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All reviews short hike beautiful waterfall worth the climb big cove road wooden bridge easy hike small parking area tree roots worth the effort steep steps half mile take your time walk up worth the trip national park visitor center climbing
Worth finding for sure! It is not assessible by any way but stairs. If you can climb stairs, you can get there, there are handrails to hold onto. The rocks at the top are wet, so just be careful. It is one of the prettier...More
Steep steps lead up for most of the hike then a rocky terrain for a short distance before you approach the foot bridge where you can rest & capture great photos of the waterfall. We stopped here after visiting the Cherokee Muesem and then headed...More
We used the GPS to find this place, it seems very out of the way but there were lots of people here. We had heard it was a dog-friendly short hike so we figured we'd try it. The hike starts off with a long steep...More
This is a water fall hidden of a beaten path. It is a nice bike up a lot of steps to get there but nice when you reach the top. It is good for a stop just to stretch your legs. It doesn’t take long...More
Just a beautiful waterfall that is very tall and graceful. The steps to get up to it are very nice and not just hiking out in the woods. You have an actual staircase to climb. Not the easiest thing in the world but totally worth...More
Easy to locate, Be prepared to climb, 196 steps, then dirt/root trail, easily passable, but wear sneakers not flip flops. The stairs are easy, with landings to rest, and the waterfall is spectacular. Didn't take long, but we lingered at the view.