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Lily Geist Liseno reviewed Conasauga Falls Trail
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This was a beautiful trail and a good workout. The waterfall is amazing! Just beware that the drive up is pretty rough with some large potholes, so if you have a low sitting car it can be rough on it.

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Trishar Markin reviewed Whigg Meadow via Mud Gap Trail
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Beautiful views! & end of foliage

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Kelsey Parkey reviewed Round Bald via Appalachian Trail
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HikingGreat!

Such a great spot!! We made it a point to stop here on our way to Virginia and it was simply beautiful! The view at the top is hard to beat. There were a lot of other hikers but there’s so much space to spread out.

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Great trail, pretty easy, beautiful lake views!

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarOctober 26, 2020
Hiking

beautiful trail. fall colors were great in the valley. trail a little slick and hard to walk on because leaves were so deep. almost hate to give it a good review because I'd like to keep it a secret. do it if you're in the neighborhood.

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BackpackingGreat!

Used Roan Mtn. Shuttle to catch a ride to carvers trailhead. Stayed at the over mountain shelter the first night. Tented outside the shelter as it’s currently closed but it’s a nice spot with great views and plenty of space. There were about 30 people there including a boy scout troop so don’t expect privacy here. Planned to stay at dolls flats night two but hiked past it and stayed at a different campground near US 19. Overall this is my new favorite trail with memorable views and great terrain. The hike will kick your butt at times but it’s worth it. Met a few SOBO’s along the way and overall everyone we talked to was nice. Plenty of water along the trail.

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Wyatt Thompson reviewed Big Bald via Appalachian Trail
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Raquel Brown reviewed Indian Boundary Lake Trail
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Hiking

Nice relaxing trail through the woods. It was a beautiful time of the year to walk through and see all of the fall colors! Completely shaded and very minimal uphill travel.

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Aaron Roberts reviewed Birchfield Camp Trail
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Strenuous hike and disappointed to see the lake as low as it is. Wasn't like that in the past

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Rob Price reviewed Conasauga Falls Trail
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The trail is very steep on the return but the Falls makes it worth the trip

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Jennifer Spencer reviewed Jane Bald via Appalachian Trail
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Bird Watching

Definitely busy - we kept our masks handy - but we were there on a Saturday in autumn so not unexpected, and folks were all gracious to one another. Views were incredible. We managed without poles but I could see coming down some of the narrow, rocky parts how a pole would be helpful. Trail is well maintained, good moderate hike for all ages.

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Alexandra Kaye reviewed Gee Creek Trail
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Hiking

This trail was so much fun! Much more technical and difficult in places than we were expecting. We saw some people jumping off the big falls so followed suit. The water was freezing, but super refreshing. Definitely a very popular trail, we saw many people along the way.

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chris Taylor reviewed Rock Creek Trail
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Whitney Payne reviewed Turtletown Falls Trail
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We did the whole loop which and the jut offs to the falls with lots of stops to take in the beauty. We followed the trail to the left, so if you want to just do to the double falls and back, that is an option - probably about 2 miles total that easy. It ended up being a total of 4+ for us for the whole thing. Don't follow google maps, but follow the description in the app or you might get lost getting to the trailhead. Have fun and be careful!

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Lisa Dwyer reviewed Sill Branch Falls
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Very pretty. Lot's of horses riding up the service road on a Sunday. You can park at the entry of Cherokee National Forest or by car drive 1.5 miles to the trail head. The trail itself is not hard but for a steep incline and a stream (fairly easy). Very pretty falls. If you park in the lower lot you can get in a 5 mile hike (but most will be a service road) otherwise it's less than a mile to the falls (if you park at the trail head). I recommend hiking poles for the trail as it's rocky and wet with leaves in the fall.

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Kristi Spencer reviewed Gee Creek Trail
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Tracy Payne reviewed Gee Creek Trail
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“ shiggs “ reviewed Rock Creek Trail
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Fall colors at their peak.

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Hiking

Im too hot and tired to leave a long review. Who knew it would be 80° in Oct? Anyhoo, since no 3.5 stars I gave 4 just because it is a different terrain than my usual mountain treks. We were prepared for the spider webs with a fantastic spidey stick however we did not know the trail was booby trapped. We took turns tripping over cleverly disguised sticks, stumps and rocks. The view of the river at the top was awesome as previously mentioned. It was definitely nice to finally be going downhill.

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Catie Beaulieu reviewed Lower Higgins Creek Falls
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Love this trail. Beautiful drive in and hike the whole way up. Super rocky terrain and leaves are covering them now that it’s fall. Wear shoes or boots with thick, rugged, and sturdy soles. Poles helped a lot. When I go again I’ll allow for more time-super easy to twist an ankle.

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Super disappointed!

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarOctober 21, 2020
Hiking

Beautiful hike with gentle inclines. Can shave off 1.2 miles by parking at a small parking area across from the trail on Oliver hollow road (~.3 miles down Oliver hollow rd). It fits 2-3 cars across from a trail head with a blue blaze that enters into this trail.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarOctober 21, 2020
HikingOver grown

This was my first time at this location. There are some great camping spots along the river. The road to the trail heads are windy and rough. I couldn't see the trail head post from the car, but we pulled into an open area near the river where teri other vehicles were sitting. The trail head post is about two to three hundred feet to the left on the other side of the road. The hike up was nice and challenging, although I could have done without the constant spider webs on my arms and face all the way up. I definitely would not want to do this climb on any day warmer than 60 degrees. The fall leaves looked amazing throughout.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarOctober 21, 2020
Hiking

10/21/20 - an absolute delight. I hope it remains as lightly trodden, though I fear it may not. The bend is beautiful.

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Nicole Mauro reviewed Round Bald via Appalachian Trail
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Beautiful hike, fairly short but great views!

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John Dorland reviewed Round Bald via Appalachian Trail
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Hiking

Very well maintained trail. Not steep but it does wind up the bald. Very peaceful at the top and the forest pines give a nice shaded area if needed.

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