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    Timothy Moore saved Eagle Rock Loop

    about 1 month ago

    Timothy Moore added wolf river

    7 months ago

    Timothy Moore added caney creek

    10 months ago

    Timothy Moore reviewed Parker Falls Trail

    11 months ago

    Well-worn path with just a few trees over the trail. This trail is unremarkable for the first half-mile or so, then the forest just explodes with hemlock as you descend a short distance to a small but impressive waterfall. Where the 2nd waterfall flows into a 2nd stream, follow that stream upstream a short distance to beautiful Parker Falls. There were a few photographers already at the falls this chilly morn when I arrived. The water was flowing great over the rocks.

    The only thing that detracted from the hike was that it looked like the camping section at Wal-Mart had exploded very near the trail. A breadcrumb of straps, Ozark Trail camping gear packaging, cheap broken saws, water bottles, and even a full size grill littered the path to the falls. I will pack out as much as I can on the way out.

    Timothy Moore added pRker falls

    11 months ago

    Timothy Moore completed Parker Falls Trail

    11 months ago

    Timothy Moore added parker falls

    11 months ago

    Timothy Moore saved White Falls

    11 months ago

    Timothy Moore reviewed Caney Creek Falls Trail

    12 months ago

    Timothy Moore completed Caney Creek Falls Trail

    12 months ago

    Timothy Moore reviewed Randolph and Sipsey Loop Trail

    12 months ago

    The first 2 miles is following an old logging or forestry road to the canyon. Fairly uninspiring except for the old cemetery along the way. it is well kept with many hand carved stones from the 1800's. Once into the canyon, there is a creek crossing to intersect with 209. if the water is very low, one may be able to step stones across, otherwise, wading will be required here. Very scenic once in the canyon.

    Be sure to note that the little leg back to 201 where 209 intersects with 206 is an unmarked creek crossing. there is currently (11/09/17) a smallish log spanning the creek. thin and very wobbly. Be very careful crossing!

    Timothy Moore added 202

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore reviewed Sipsey Trail 206 to Needles Eye

    about 1 year ago

    On this map, it shows the trail crossing the creek about 3-3.5 miles in, but the trail turns and follows the creek instead. The creek at this point is impassible without fording. I hiked another mile or so along 206, but with no creek crossing in sight, and running out of time, I turned back after resting in a well-used rock shelter just off the trail.

    Even though I didn't make it to the Needle's Eye, the scenery was top notch along this trail.

    Timothy Moore added FS206

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore reviewed Bear Creek

    about 1 year ago

    TVA floods the creek on weekends and holiday Mondays from Memorial Day to Labor Day, bringing it up to a floatable level. outside of those dates, a trip down it is dependant on rain. Local outfitters can supply canoes/kayak and/or shuttle for your float

    Timothy Moore completed Bear Creek

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore reviewed Dismals Canyon

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore completed Dismals Canyon

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore saved Caney Creek Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore saved Magnolia Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Timothy Moore saved Bee Branch Trail

    about 1 year ago