Abrams Falls Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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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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  • This was a nice place to visit for waterfalls. We have done other falls and this was a nice one fairly easy. Cades cove is nice but a little crowded. 
    This was a nice place to visit for waterfalls. We have done other falls and this was a nice one fairly easy. Cades cove is nice but a little crowded.  more »
  • This waterfall was worth seeing. You can find the trail in Cades Cove. As I wrote in my Cades Cove review, I recommend going early. I debated whether or not to finish Cades Cove first or doing the....  more
    This waterfall was worth seeing. You can find the trail in Cades Cove. As I wrote in my Cades Cove review, I recommend going early. I debated whether or not to finish Cades Cove first or doing the....  more »

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