This is a picture that was taken last Autumn of Ash Cave in
the Hocking Hill's State Park area.
To get a prospective on just how large the cave area is
look at the steps in the picture. This is just one corner
of the rock overhang. It was very dry at the time so
there was no water in the bowl or creek area at the bottom
of the picture. Water and rain usually runs over the top
of the rocks at the split and collects in the bowl.
It is not a falls but just overflows when it is wet.
This is what it looks like now. In the Winter the dripping
water freezes and forms a massive ice column.
I estimated that the ice column was over forty feet high.
The column continues to grow as the water falls.