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Excellent hike through the woods! Carried my 5mo there and back. About 3 miles round trip on a clear path. When u get to the falls you have some rock steps that can bE a little slick. Gorgeous view when u get there it would...More
Unfortunately I didn’t make it to the waterfall due to a terrible thunderstorm. I was about a mile and a half in and the bottom fell out, could barely see due to the torrential rain. I still wanted to say how beautiful the hike was...More
We did this hike with our 2.5-yr-old toddler. It took us about 2.5 hours round trip—we took our time. Our little one walked some of the way and we carried her in our hiking pack the remainder of the way. We did see someone pushing...More
This was easy to find using Waze to get to the trailhead. Bathrooms at trailhead are nice, especially if you drank Diet Coke the whole drive in. ;) It was a cloudy & foggy start but cleared up a bit & offered beautiful country views....More
Off hwy 64, it is about 6 miles to get to the Benton Falls trail head. All along the way, there are a number of beautiful scenic overlooks to pull off and snap a picture. Once you arrive at the recreation area, you begin the...More
Benton Falls is located within the Cherokee National Forest in the Chilhowee Recreation Area in Benton, TN. It is very easy to find as it is right off highway 64 with a sign that tells you to turn on forest service road 77 to get...More
yes but watch out when I use GPS to get me there it took me up this really steep dirt road. when I left it found there to be a nice paved road all the way up the mountain. the road started in the river valley below off the... More
yes but watch out when I use GPS to get me there it took me up this really steep dirt road. when I left it found there to be a nice paved road all the way up the mountain. the road started in the river valley below off the Interstate. it was a nice little hike.