The Angel Falls in Mountain Brook, Franklin County, Maine is a popular tourist destination by many, as it offers a magnificent natural view. The falls got its name from the way the water descends from the cliff, which usually resembles an angel, or so as people say.
The Angel Falls measure 90 feet in height, although the cliffs surrounding it measures 115 feet. Some people think that it is the tallest in the state, although, Katahdin Falls wins the competition by being 710 feet taller.
To get to the falls, visitors will need to travel through a very rough road, and then hike a little. Signs are everywhere, so finding the place can be quite easy, even if the trail is a bit of a challenge.