Explore the best fly fishing 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.

Be prepared for a serious hike if you're headed to Abrams Falls via Little Bottoms...close to 11 miles out and back. That said, this is an immensely beautiful trek with several distinct environments. The trail goes from pine forests to a lush river valley to a grassy, rocky new-growth portion. There is no want for lovely scenery!

This was a great hike! I did it with my 6th grade girl for a special mother daughter day trip. Loved walking beside
Water most of the way, and so many butterflies! We were able to find the old abandoned car which was really cool.
When you see a rock tower on your right there is a little trail that takes you to it right off the main trail..definitely worth looking for. We were the only ones on the trail the whole time, and had the falls out to our selves.

Amazing hike! But definitely need to be in great shape for this one. And take a lot more water than you think you'll need--my husband and I went through two 32 oz
Nalgene bottles and we easily could have drank a lot more! But a beautiful hike with an amazing waterfall at the top. Well worth all the rocky terrain ;)

This is one tough trail! I fell a few times but it was lightly raining when I went which probably made it more slick. Very steep incline after the first mile or so. Lots of rocks to climb over and streams to cross. The payoff is breath taking. I love this trail! Bring trekking poles for sure.

12 days ago

Peaceful area

18 days ago

Love the trails in the park. Well kept and beautiful.

19 days ago

Been a favorite for years. Hiked with grandkids over Labor Day.Started very early in the morning and had the falls to ourselves for almost an hour. Observed numerous salamanders hiding in the rocks near the water's edge

Loved this trail. It has been favorite in the GSMNP so far.