Hiking Paine Creek

Located in Dayton, Tennessee, adjacent to the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau, hiking the gorge at Paine Creek provides visitors several scenic cliffs. If you’d be interested in a print of my photography, then you can visit my gallery for a variety of options: framed, canvas, art, metal, wood, poster, acrylic and tapestry.


10 responses to “Hiking Paine Creek”

  1. Lovely hiking trail, Phil!!

    1. So glad you like it, dear Indira ~ wishing you a wonderful week ahead 🤗🌹

  2. Looks like a great trail!!! I’m always curious to what is next in these kind of trails!

    1. Thanks, Lori 🙂 Yes ~ at the top there’s a little known waterfall, just above where the water seeps through rocks and flows out of a lower falls, through the mouth of an old mine shaft. Lots to explore!

  3. I absolutely adore your nature shots Phil. 🏞📷🌄 They tantalize ones curiosity! Awesome, as always my friend! 🤗💖🥰

    1. Thanks so much, my dear friend! 💖 This trail was definitely a fun hike, very scenic. 🤗🌲

      1. Yes indeed my friend. Beautiful! 🏞👏🏼🌄

    1. Many thanks, Inge 🌹🌹

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