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The Witch Tour: Appalachian Mountains Ghost Tour
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The Witch Tour: Appalachian Mountains Ghost Tour

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Not your typical Ghost Tour, Mystic Mountain offers an intriguing hike into the sordid affairs of the Witches of the Appalachian Mountains. Enjoy the woodland forest as you delve into the stories and lore hidden in the hills for centuries. <br>Well off the beaten path, The Witch Tour gives visitors an opportunity to truly experience Tennessee as it was created, wild and rugged<br>Don't forget to join us on Friday and Saturday evenings for the Starlight Campfire Stories. Gather round the campfire for a chilling evening of tales that will leave you looking over your shoulder.
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Nannette S wrote a review Oct 2020
Rockville, Indiana39 contributions7 helpful votes
Well worth the little effort it took to get there, even after already doing the Gatlinburg trail. The falls are small, but so pretty.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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T Smith wrote a review Oct 2020
238 contributions19 helpful votes
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This was our first hike as a family (40, 39, 8, 6). It was fun & gave us a good introduction. The kids enjoyed it & did it easily. They loved the bridges & climbing on the fallen trees.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MommaBear2319 wrote a review Sep 2020
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Easy trip for young kids with a beautiful view at the end. Even though it's right off the road, you feel very far away in nature.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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smsu1998 wrote a review Sep 2020
O'Fallon, Illinois30 contributions6 helpful votes
Had this been the first place we stopped on our trip, this May have been a more enthusiastic review. But it wasn’t. The hike is very easy on a fairly level trail off of the visitors center. About a mile. I was more interested in the trees they had labeled in the nature trail portion of the walk. The falls itself was just a small flow compared to the others we saw. It was like someone left a hose on. But little kids may like it. It’s a short walk for them
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Chelsea wrote a review Aug 2020
43 contributions12 helpful votes
This is a great, short hike that is accessible to just about everyone. Due to the nature of the trail you can maneuver wheelchairs and strollers through it. There is a small waterfall at the end. We also saw a local painter near the creek, which was really cool to see.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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