Phil Perkins Photography

Upper Lynn Camp Falls

Located along the Middle Prong Trail in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, Upper Lynn Camp Falls is one of my favorite waterfalls to visit. On days like today, when the water is relatively low, one can walk to the end of this rock wall, which drops 35-feet to the right (a.k.a., Lower Lynn Camp Falls).

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14 responses to “Upper Lynn Camp Falls”

  1. vermavkv Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks Vijay 👍🏻

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    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks Mic 👍🏻

  3. Inge David Avatar

    Wonderful work as always, dear Phil! Have a wonderful day dear friend! 🌹🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      Je bent een lieverd, lieve Inge! Ik waardeer uw vriendelijke woorden en wens u ook een geweldige dag – bedankt! 🌹🤗

  4. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

    what a cool angle Phil!! 💖💖

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Cindy! The rock wall where I’m standing is literally 35-feet tall, and this spot is only (safely) accessible when the water is low – as pictured. Three feet to my left is the leading edge of the lower falls. Very scenic. Have a lovely evening! 💖🤗🌹

  5. Children's Stories Avatar

    Visiting a waterfall relieves our minds.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, indeed – the sound of falling water in a forest is both peaceful and relaxing.

  6. Robin King Avatar

    Wooooohooooo! This is FABULOUS! It’s like the top of a roller coaster, but with water! WOW!! ♥️👏♥️👏♥️

    1. Phil Avatar

      That’s a good way of looking at it, indeed. If the entire surface was smooth (including the 35-foot drop beyond the border of this image), then it would be an awesome ‘water coaster’! 🌊🌞👍🏻 Thanks Robin!

  7. travelling_han Avatar

    Beautiful as always Phil 🙂

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you dear Hannah 🤗

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