Hiking Spruce Flats Falls

Located in the Tremont section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Cades Cove in Tennessee, the scenic Spruce Flats Falls stands 30-feet tall and can be enjoyed by hiking a moderately difficult trail measuring two miles out and back.

There are several changes in elevation and rocky areas to traverse along the well-marked trail, so good hiking shoes are a must. Bears are sometimes present, though less so than crowds of people – it’s a popular spot to visit, so arrive early if you’d like to enjoy the area in a tranquil setting.

Presently, due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the park office and restroom remain closed. So too is the parking area, though a gravel lot directly across the bridge is convenient. Also, the plunge pool beneath the falls provides a nice spot to cool off – great for kids!

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Comments

14 responses to “Hiking Spruce Flats Falls”

  1. francisashis Avatar

    Truly beautiful photographs.Thanks for Sharing.🌹👍🙏

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks – glad you like it!

      1. francisashis Avatar

        Most welcome.🌹👍🙏

  2. carlamilho Avatar

    Nature is really wonderful 🌹

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, it really is 👍

  3. drkingpowerfully Avatar

    Good job keep up with the good work.

  4. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    Absolutely stunning photos and video, I wish I was there!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Tiffany 🙂 If you like Spruce Flats Falls, wait until tomorrow…coming soon: Catawba Falls!

  5. Leyla Avatar

    Stunning picture and video, Phil

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, Leyla ~ glad you like it 🙂

  6. sethsnap Avatar

    What type of flowers are those?

    1. Phil Avatar

      That’s a good question – I’m not sure.

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