Spruce Flats Falls

Standing 30-feet tall, Spruce Flats Falls can be enjoyed on a moderately difficult two mile out and back hike in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. And, you can enjoy this waterfall scenery in your home on a print, as well, when you visit any of the following galleries: Pixels, Society 6 and ArtPal.

Here’s another view of the waterfall, photographed while standing on rocks in the middle of Spruce Flats Branch. The water-level was low during my visit, so I was able to fully explore downstream…more on that another time. You can find prints in my galleries at Pixels, ArtPal and Redbubble.

This photograph was taken from the left side of the falls, closer to the plunge pool area. It’s somewhat obscured from within the foliage, yet a beautiful natural scene nonetheless. For prints, gifts and apparel, please visit these galleries: Pixels, Redbubble and ArtPal.

Thanks for stopping by!

19 responses to “Spruce Flats Falls”

    • You are sweet, Inge, and I always appreciate your nice comments! Thanks, and a Happy Thursday to you, my friend! 🌹🌹🤗🙏🙏

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