Mingo Falls


Standing 120-feet tall, the picturesque Mingo Falls is located on the Cherokee Indian Reservation, in the southern Appalachian Mountains of Cherokee, North Carolina.

It’s a short uphill hike of over 150 concrete steps, with the trail ending at a footbridge over the creek. The stairway is well constructed, except that all steps lean toward the creek at right; don’t fall in! Parking is limited, and restrooms – porta potties – are available at the trailhead.

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6 responses to “Mingo Falls”

    • There certainly are some special places to see, and I’m grateful for both the opportunity & interest in doing so 👍

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