The Neversink Pit Sinkhole is located near Scotsboro, Alabama, and it’s one of the most-photographed sinkholes in the world because of its beautiful fern-covered ledges and waterfalls. It is a natural limestone cavity leading to a cave network. The hole is about 40 feet wide at the top, but it expands to 100 feet at its bottom, which is 162 feet from the ground. The Neversink Pit is a natural attraction for cave explorers. Climbing into the hole using ropes is practiced in this sinkhole. Neversink is home to bats and several rare and endangered fern species.