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Did this trial it was fun and exciting it was longer then I thought and it was all up hill had to stop a few times you see a lot of different stuff on the trail didn't see no bear but at the end it...More
Beautiful 5.4 mile round trip hike but make sure you wear hiking boots or shoes with good tread. I wore good sneakers and had no problems, but occasionally slipped since it rained on the way down. It is fairly steep going up and is not...More
This was a very enjoyable hike, but it is not an easy one, I would rate it as moderately strenuous. The path is not paved or graveled, you will be going over rocks, tree roots, and small streams. It is a steady incline to the...More
Great hike .... and the falls are worth the hike. Be ready for some uphill hiking. Was raining on our way back down, next time I will wear my hiking boots. Don’t miss this one. I commend the Forestry Rangers.... super job keeping up this...More
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We went on this hike as a family with my 9 & 12 year old children. They had no trouble on this hike and greatly enjoyed it. My husband and I are both...More
The hike was all up hill and long. Hardest hike I have ever done. Some great exercise and great waterfalls. The scenery is beautiful. It took our Boy Scout group about 5 hours to complete the hike. Wear good hiking shoes it is all up...More
We arrived at the site at about 10:00 a.m thinking we would find parking with no problem, not so, it was difficult to find a parking spot. The hike itself was wonderful, the entire trail was uphill but there’s so much beauty around that you...More
Well worth this moderately easy hike with a super picturesque waterfall at the end. There are enough roots and rocks and moderate inclines to keep you busy; yet the trail is a wide path, smooth gravel in many parts, so is very accessible for most...More
Figured this wouldn’t be too difficult at 2.7 miles each way so we set out. The terrain is very rocky so definitely have trekking poles and wear shoes with good traction. Finally reaching the falls is gorgeous well worth the trip. We even experienced a...More
An easy to mid-moderate level hike with beautiful views and great trails. I cannot stress enough that comfortable shoes with good traction is needed and always check the local water, I was lucky enough to hike early and to sit and relax, enjoying some snacks...More
This trail starts out along a creek but then diverges into the forest with lots of switchbacks. I was just there about 3 or 4 months ago and it was our 2nd time to the falls. The first time we took the hike our youngest... More
This trail starts out along a creek but then diverges into the forest with lots of switchbacks. I was just there about 3 or 4 months ago and it was our 2nd time to the falls. The first time we took the hike our youngest was 5 or 6. She made it most of the way without being carried. That being said it is a very tedious and bland hike most of the way and there really isn't much to see past the beginning until you get to the falls themselves. Also there are lots and lots of rocks and boulders you have to climb over on the way up. I would opt for Laurel Falls which is partially paved though it does get narrow with a steep drop off nearer to the top. We took our kids on that hike when they were very young and there are lots of parents with smaller kids on that hike; it's a shorter hike and the falls are much better. Have a wonderful time and welcome to Tennessee!