Step onto the rocks and into a moss-covered environment, at Meigs Falls. Located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, this picturesque photography would be a fine addition to your home, to enjoy all-seasons. Visit my gallery to see more.
Follow the water falling over rocks in cascades, flowing with gravity from Meigs Falls downstream towards Little River. Located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, many fine prints are available in my gallery to enjoy in your home, office, lobby or cafeteria setting.
Enjoy nature in your home or at work, with a print from my gallery at Fine Art America. Located along Meigs Creek, water flows into the Little River and winds through the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Enjoy!
Located roughly 300-feet from Little River Gorge Road, in the Smoky Mountains near Townsend, Tennessee, this waterfall is known as Meigs Falls. In order to capture this particular image, I had to secure my backpack, locate a sturdy walking-stick, and traverse slippery surfaces through Little River to reach Meigs Creek. However, you won’t need to get wet to enjoy this view – simply visit my shop at Fine Art America to discover print options!
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
Also, see new post: Meigs Falls On Little River
Located outside of Townsend, Tennessee, near the Little River between Cades Cove and the Sugarlands Visitor Center, it’s easy to miss Meigs Falls. Set back from Little River Gorge Road approximately 100 yards, this 20-foot waterfall is only visible from a pull-off area.
There are no trails to Meigs Falls – unless you’re willing to get wet. In order to get close, hikers must wade across the Little River, which, for most of the year, has swift currents and can be dangerous. However, given a reduced volume of water flowing in the river during the autumn season, I was able to safely navigate slippery surfaces to visit the waterfall. Tip: wear your shoes in the water & use a walking-stick for stability.
These photographs – from March 2019 – depict unsafe wading conditions:
Footnote: There are actually three successive waterfalls, albeit much smaller, above Meigs Falls. To access these areas, hikers must first ascend a very steep 50-foot hill, in order to then descend to the top of Meigs Falls. Small trees and a slew of exposed tree-roots are useful as hand-holds, though hikers should remain cognizant to exercise caution!
Located in Tennessee along the Little River in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Meigs Falls is visible only to the discerning eye, tucked back in the trees along a bend in the road. Guests may visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more. Enjoy!