Located on the Cumberland Plateau in Grandview, Tennessee, the Piney Falls State Natural Area is home to Upper Piney Falls, a scenic 80-foot tall waterfall.
Though the moderately difficult hike is designed as a loop, most visitors prefer to stay left at the split and make this a 2.5 mile out and back trail, rather than follow the loop and rely on a loose cable to navigate steep hillsides. The parking is limited & dogs (leashed) are welcome. No restrooms on site.
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Similar to other areas, it’s possible to walk behind and around the waterfall, and people often enjoy cooling off in the plunge pool. There is also a separate trail which leads to the upper section of Lower Piney Falls, a 40-foot waterfall.
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