top 10 waterfalls in gatlinburg
Abrams Fall:in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is perhaps the most stunning waterfall in the park. With a 60-foot plunge, it’s a great site for anyone who enjoys hiking.
Ramsey Cascades:With a height of 100 feet Ramsey Cascades is the park tallest and probably most beautiful waterfall. However there is a fairly strenuous climb of 8 miles round-trip to get to falls.
Cataract Falls:Among the Smokies’ best-kept secrets is the Cataract Falls hiking trail. With a roundtrip distance of about 3/4 mile, this route is ideal for families with young children.
Grotto Falls:In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Grotto Falls flows 50 feet into an attractive pool, creating “The Grotto.” On the way to the falls, there are observation platforms.
The Sinks:is one of the few waterfalls in Gatlinburg that can be reached by car. Because the falls are easily accessible, they may become busy.
Hen Wallow Falls: This waterfall is one-of-a-kind because it starts at the top and falls down to a width of more than 20 feet at the bottom.
Rainbow Falls: located between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge on Highway 321, is one of Great Smoky Mountains National Park’s most famous sights.
Laurel Falls:Are you looking for one of the best waterfalls in Gatlinburg? Then Laurel Falls is the place to be! Located just a few miles from downtown, this waterfall is easy to get to.
Indian Flats Falls:is a gorgeous waterfall with a short walk along a stream, cascades, and bridges along the way. At the end of your hike is a four-tier cascading waterfall that drops 60 feet.
Baskins Creek Falls:is one of the area’s lesser-known waterfalls. Despite being short, the trek can be challenging due to steep scrambling trails near the falls.