Abrams Falls Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

#4 of 13 in Nature in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Waterfall · Hiking Trail
The Abrams Falls Trail is an American hiking trail, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Blount County, Tennessee. The trail runs parallel to Abrams Creek and passes Abrams Falls, one of the most voluminous waterfalls in the national park, before terminating at a junction with the Hatcher and Hannah Mountain trails.

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  • If a 5-mile 3-hour hike is your sweet spot, this is a perfect one. What’s nice is that the elevation goes up and down through the hike, rather than being all the way up to get to the end (the...  more »
  • Only negative is the traffic to get to it. Surprisingly difficult hike. Powerful waterfall as a reward. Only 20 feet high but volume of water is off the charts. A little muddy snd did take several...  more »

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