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Experience the longest swinging bridge in the United States and hike along Prosperity Mountain to beautiful Lost Mine Falls. The hour self guided tour begins at base camp at Foxfire Mountain then crosses 70 feet above Little Pigeon River on the 350...more
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We drove out here to hike and see the bridge. Just about everything else closes after Labor Day. It was a good hike and the bridge was neat but it wouldn't of cost anything to hike in the mountains. We did enjoy the cider tasting.
We recently visited Foxfire Mountain and cross The Swinging Bridge that is so highly advertised. The Swinging Bridge is nice and long but it cost us $43 for two people to enter just to hike the trails and cross the bridge. There are numerous free...More
Great hiking . This park has a long winding and up hill trail which then descends to a more leisurely but very interesting and beautiful hiking trail . This bridge is awesome to walk on . It swings some, but sides are high so chance...More
There is plenty of adventure here along with cider tasting and great BBQ. The falls climb is steep at times so if you are older and not in the best shape take breaks at the many benches they have. Watching the zip liners fly over...More
We spent most of the day with our 15, 14 and 9 yr old. There was a ton to do! The trail leading to the small waterfall took about an hour round trip and the swing bridge was really cool! We took about a 2...More
We took our family here this last week and it cost $120 just to go hiking. It was horribly hot, and we got poison ivy. The swinging bridge was cool, but not $120 cool. The cider tasting had already ran out of cider, except the...More
This was one of the most expensive activities we did. This set us back over $50. It is very beautiful and the swinging bridge was amazing. But this only included walking the bridge and the trails. I think it was very overpriced. Also the walk...More
We had a blast even tho this time of the year the Ziplines are only open for the weekend we was able to go across the bridge. They do this wishing well that the girls really loved doing. They have a nice bbq place there...More
Response from Rick And Cindy L | Reviewed this property |
It takes about an hour and a half. It’s a bit of a climb. Wear appropriate shoes.
The falls are pretty. Good photo op.
While walking you’ll see zip liners overhead. Some are upside down.
At the end, try the BBQ. Very good !
Response from nanook6969 | Reviewed this property |
It is really short. They say a half mile, but it is not quite that far. It is mostly uphill. I am over middle aged and had no problem with the hike. Don't expect "spectacular" falls. they are nice, just not very large.
Suggestions for 5 day Itinerary for Pigeon Forge/Gatlingburg (12 Replies)
We are traveling to Pigeon Forge arriving on Tuesday, July 11th and departing on Sunday, July 16, 2017. We already have confirmed reservations at a hotel in Pigeon Forge. We have been to Dollywood & Cades Cove several times so we are trying to do some other things this trip. We are 50+ adult couple travelling to celebrate our 33rd Wedding Anniversary and shopping is not the husbands thing so as my anniversary present to him I want to plan NO SHOPPING (or very little) so he can enjoy some...More
June 08, 2017|
If hubby is a typical red-blooded American male, I can see his aversion to shopping - been there, done that. But you didn't say what he DOES like, so here goes: Take him over to Bryson City and do the train up to Nantahala and back(Smokey Mtn. RR). If he's really an outdoor type, get the combo ticket and do the raft trip with it. Train takes you up, you raft, train brings you back. Get a fishing guide for him - for striper fishing at Norris or some of the streams in the park Little River...More