Small Waterfall


On Dry Creek

Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Greeneville, Tennessee, this small waterfall can be enjoyed going off trail while en route to Margarette Falls. It’s less than 10-feet tall with surface conditions quite slippery – as you can see, there’s moss everywhere.

Another interesting point is the local geology, most of which is sloped on an angle. And, it’s one of my favorite trails to hike!

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12 responses to “Small Waterfall”

    • Thanks, Mary 🙂 It is one of the most beautiful trails I’ve hiked, with many small waterfalls randomly scattered along the creek.

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