Nature Photography

Hike To Upper Meigs Falls

I recently hiked to Upper Meigs Falls, an 18-foot waterfall located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. The trailhead – Meigs Creek Trail – begins at The Sinks, along Little River Gorge Road. It’s four miles out and back, and hikers must cross the creek on four occasions each way. Following rains when the water is high, it may be difficult to remain dry, and a walking stick or trekking poles are helpful implements.



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See Earlier Post: Upper Meigs Falls

5 comments on “Hike To Upper Meigs Falls

  1. What a beautiful place, Phil! I really need to put Tennessee on my bucket list! Thanks for sharing!! Lori

    • Thanks, Lori ~ there certainly are several interesting places to visit…and I hope to see as many as I can 🙂

  2. Beautiful photographs Phil, the water looks so pure 😊

  3. Gorgeous, you sure have some nice days for hiking!

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