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Waterfalls of the Smoky Mountains

Rainbow Falls - Smoky Mountains National ParkThe steep terrain and numerous creeks and streams add up to numerous small but picturesque waterfalls within the Great Smoky Mountains. The only waterfalls visible from the road is Meigs Falls which is located 12.9 miles West of the Sugarlands visitor Center.

The remaining Falls all require walking or hiking anywhere from .4 of a mile to eight miles round trip.

 

Waterfalls Round Trip
Miles
Description Falls Height
Abrams Falls

5

Moderate ~ located off of the Cades Cove loop road

25'

Chasteen Creek Falls
4
Moderate ~ Start your hike at Smokemont Campground
20'
Grotto Falls
2.4
Easy to Moderate ~ Near Gatlinburg
25'
Hen Wallow Falls
4.4
Moderate ~ Near Cosby picnic area
45'
Indian Creek Falls
1.6
Easy ~ Deep Creek area, Pass Tom Branch falls on the way
25'
Juney Whank Falls
0.8
Moderate ~ Deep Creek Area
90'
Laurel Falls
2.6
Moderate ~ Between surgarlands visitor center and Cades Cove
90'
Meigs Falls

0.4

Moderate ~

30'

Mingo Falls
0.4
Moderate ~ Cherokee Indian reservation (Qualla Boundary)
120'
Mouse Creek Falls
4
Moderate ~ Exit 451 from I-40
45'
Rainbow Falls
5.4
Moderate ~ near Gatlinburg, 1500' elevation gain
80'
Ramsay Falls
8.0
Strenuous ~ 10 miles from Gatlinburg, 2,000' elevation gain in 4 miles
100'
Tom Branch Falls
0.5
Easy ~ Deep Creek Area, near Indian Creek Falls
75'
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