Indian Creek Falls is a 1.5-mile roundtrip hike out of the Deep Creek Area. Sliding down 35 feet of sloping rock strata, the water livens and cools the air. This is an old road trail paralleling Deep Creek. It provides an easy grade and a good walking surface. There are pines, oaks, rhododendron and hemlock, with wildflowers in the wetter places. Along the route is Tom’s Branch Falls, another beautiful fall.
Andrews Bald In July, Andrews bald is one of the best places in the Smokies to view azalea flowers. Not only are the views magnificent, but the colors are equally grand. To get to Andrews […]
Roaring Fork Nature Trail The trip begins on Cherokee Orchard Road. In the 1920s and 30s, this area was once a 796-acre commercial orchard and nursery with over 6,000 fruit trees. A short three miles […]