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Greeter Falls

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Greeter Falls

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jlcarter1975 wrote a review Oct 2020
Metropolis, Illinois431 contributions137 helpful votes
This hike involved steep grades, climbing on some rock and multiple tree roots. We are overweight and sedentary so that didn't help. It was rough, but I felt it was worth it. I sometimes basically crawled, but I was afraid of falling. We went to both the upper and lower falls. At the lower falls we stopped after going down the spiral staircase because you got good view from the trail at that point.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Maria B wrote a review Oct 2020
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Please note we are seniors but we are well hiked. Willing to do the work if the view is worth it. Did Burgess Falls that morning and Rock Island and Old Stone Archeological Park the day before. These were all easy enough hikes with plenty of reward. This trail is all about rocks, boulders and two waterfalls. One Boardtree Falls is fairly nice but neither were worth the energy. It was raining but Greeter Falls, if you like just one long cascade wasn't very full. Go to the other falls.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jennifer Y wrote a review Aug 2020
Goodlettsville, Tennessee6 contributions
We enjoyed our hiking experinece with our dogs. Then when we got to the falls it was beautiful. Had a wonderful time swimming and enjoying the scenery.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Douglas W wrote a review Jul 2020
Murfreesboro, Tennessee49 contributions40 helpful votes
Great natural area to visit. In addition to the falls, there are other trails that take you to some gorge-ous views of the gorge (ha! sorry for the pun). The trail to Greeter falls has some areas that are quite rocky and filled with roots. There are also some parts of the trail that are very close to steep fall-offs/cliffs with no safety rails, etc. This could be dangerous when wet and slippery. Caution is advised. All of that said, it is well worth the rocky trail. A lot of water comes off of this fall and it is beautiful. The upper area of the falls is wide and shallow and well suited for some relaxing wading, laying out on the flat rocks. The short walk to Blue Hole is a much better trail. No big waterfalls, but an excellent/big swimming hole and places to sit along the water.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Bethoughtful wrote a review Jul 2020
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We visited the falls on July 3 and it was busy. When we left there were still lots of folks going down to the falls. The section of the trail that was just a few feet from the spiral stairs was eroded, wet, slippery and very narrow. I have sent an email to the park advising them of the seriousness of the trails condition however I've not heard from them. One young person stepped down and had it not been for a woman close by that child was destined to go over the cliff. Just be very cautious and keep your children clise.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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