Abrams Falls Trail is a 8.4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Townsend, Tennessee that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Abrams Fall is a popular waterfall with a 25 foot drop over a rocky cliff beside it. The trail is well maintained. It does have a few spots with roots and rocks. The trail gets a lot of use. Expect other hikers. At certain times of the year, it will be extremely crowded.
Might be difficult with small children but worth the views.
Despite being crowded it had beautiful falls.
Beautiful waterfall! The trail is rocky and has several tree roots across it. There are some steep inclines as well. The overall distance is around 5.5 miles roundtrip. The trail can be really crowded though, especially during the summer.
Rugged trail! But good hiking
Such a great hike, falls area is wonderful!
Rocky trail with steep inclines. Not too bad of trail and with a nice waterfall for reward.
Well traveled moderate trail with a couple of difficult areas. Scenery is beautiful. The signage says it's 2.5 miles but 3 miles would be more accurate. All of my group compared distance and we figured we had hiked 6 miles out and back.
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