Hike to a gorgeous 80-foot waterfall in Great Smoky Mountains Park. The paved trail is less than 3 miles roundtrip, giving you easy access to a scenic Tennessee favorite.
Get a breath of fresh Tennessee air from nearly 7000 feet up, as high as you can go in Great Smoky Mountains Park. The peak is accessible by car.
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4 of 5 stars
We went to Rainbow Falls on July 5, 2012. The hike is brutal (in my opinion). It was my first hike ever though. It's 2.6 miles each way to and from Rainbow Falls for a
You have two choices in trips, the upper river and the lower river. The upper river has a nice set of class 2 to 4 rapids and is a fun trip. The lower river is just a
It was a guided tour with a guide pointing out all the interesting facts of the Smokey Mountains: the area where the Appalachian trail passes through, where you can stand
The hiking was the highlight of our trip. We hiked quite a ways back into the park to look at a breathtaking waterfall. To find maps about the location, visit the
This is just the most AWESOME thing we ever did and we do not have kids but if we had small kids I can imagine that it would be an even greater experience. We brought back
The tracks are great. There are tracks with different difficulty levels, with wooden tracks and fast cars. There are as many tracks as McDonald’s restaurants elsewhere.