Back in February, I made my first hike on the trail to the Glory Hole waterfall in the Ozark National Forest. This unique waterfall is formed by a hole in the ceiling of a cave overhang through which a small stream flows.
It was a great hike. The temperatures in the low 50’s were nice, and I was pleasantly surprised that there was quite a bit of ice (slowly melting) at and around the waterfall area. At the waterfall, there was a large (and shrinking) icicle extending the length of the waterfall.
These are some cell videos I took at the Glory Hole waterfall that day.
I shot these first two videos of the waterfall from standing outside the cave.
These two videos are of the waterfall from inside the cave.
I shot this last one from above the waterfall where the stream goes into the hole in the cave overhang.