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A pretty little trail but compared to say anything in the smokies just ok. The trail is unusual in that it seems mostly downhill going to the tiny falls and an uphill walk coming back. There is a small water fall in the middle of...More
We were looking for something to do with 3 kids (2-11) and a dog. We heard of this trail. It was hard to get to from street because we passed it a couple of times but when found, it was a great adventure. The hike...More
This was a relatively easy hike compared to others in the area. There are some rocky spots, but the majority of the path is fairly smooth. This is an out and back trail with the main attraction being a waterfall. We climbed up to the...More
We stopped here on the way to Rock City. We hiked through the woods, down to the falls, then up to the creek, and further up to the awesome rock overlooks! We spent at least an hour here hiking, climbing, and enjoying the views. What...More
The entrance was easy to find with wayward travelers directions. The hike easy, lots of areas you can get in water to cool off. Nice small cave to walk they to go upstream nice pools to play in for the kids.
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I'm a big girl and don't exercise much. The way to the water fall was fine because it was all downhill. But I definitely thought I was gonna die going back up. My heart was pounding. Sweat was running down my face. All that being...More
If you are coming from down the mountain the parking for this trail is when you are about 3/4 down from the Rock city entrance. The trail is not marked clearly and there is a small parking area of about 5 spaces on the side...More
There are no big signs for this place and when the GPS tells you that you are close you can still easily pass it, we found it by accidentally pulling to the side of the road to look at the map and saw that it...More