Gorgeous spot to enjoy the fall foliage.
Beautiful spot that's well worth the admission fee. We have visited multiple times over the years and always enjoy our visit and walk through the Flume.
An amazing hicking and nature paradise for photograpghers, families and friends that visit the States during fall or any other season, easy to reach by car, great services well worth the entry ticket!
That was so awesome. If you're ever in this area, you have to visit. #vacation #flumegorge
U can get a rain coat from the gift shop.. Was around $6 ..
Great adventure! Think twice about taking little ones on this 2 mi walk. The water portion was beautiful but a little scary if you have a young one with you. Lots of wet wooden steps going uphill!
Save your money and go to the falling waters trail after The Basin exit. The flume is pretty, but expensive for what it is
Make sure you wear your sneakers. No flip flops
View from a postcard published between 1915 and 1930... quite treacherous visit through the Flume!
Did you know? A 10'x12' boulder was suspended between the walls of the Flume Gorge until a landslide in June of 1883 and washed it away!
As the story goes, The Flume was discovered in 1808 by an Irish farmer’s wife known as Aunt Jess. The 93-year-old woman happened upon the site on accident.
Great place! $14 per adult...(no pets!)...but definitely worth the money. Enjoyable hike/walk on well maintained paths. Take your time and take lots of photos!
Great place to stop and eat a picnic lunch.
Beautiful! Bring your camera!