These are a few of the waterfalls that our family has hiked to in the last few years. 


Mingo Falls


On the North Carolina side of the Park, the trail to this waterfall is about half a mile and is of moderate difficulty.


Laurel Falls


Laurel Falls is the easiest waterfall hike on the Tennessee side of the park. It is 2.5 miles roundtrip, and follows a paved trail. The trail cuts through the middle of a series of cascades. Laurel Falls is 60 feet high. The pictures show the top half of the falls with the bottom of the falls below the walkway.  The first foliage picture is at the parking area just east of the Sugarlands Visitor Center.  The second foliage picture is from the paved walkway to the falls.  The water flowing in these pictures is at the lowest levels of the season taken in early November.

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