Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Tennessee with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Loved seeing the owls and hawks. The boardwalk over the water is really peaceful and I loved the views over it from the look-out building.

Good hike for how short it was.

I used this paved trail to get to another trail I hiked. I started at the deep well parking lot and did not walk the entire loop. What I did walk was beautiful and had steep incline. There were lots of people which made me feel more safe. I will return to hike other trails off this trail!

A little crowded. On a paved road. Definitely a good choice if hiking with kids or for folks looking for an accessible trail.

My husband proposed to me up here!!

Loved the trail and it definitely has beautiful scenic views. It was very busy for a Monday and sadly it’s not dog friendly! Also I don’t think this is suitable for strollers. The paved path is slightly narrow with the people traffic.

Ample parking. Restrooms at visitor center at trail head. Trail was well marked. Good, short trail with some good mountain views (with the leaves down) and great waterfall that you can hear most of the way there.

16 days ago

It is nice to have a paved trail, and it’s understandable that it would be difficult to maintain given the surroundings. I would echo what others have said about the dangerous drops, which are along the final 20% or so of the trail before you reach the waterfall. Make sure each young kid is being watched by an adult on that section, as it would be very bad to fall off there. Falls are pretty and it’s a nice level of intensity for a family hike.

19 days ago

Very easy trail, great for walking, running, or biking.

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