Monday, January 26, 2009

Pine Ridge Falls

Every mile is two in winter.
--George Hurbert

Even with our colder temps, the hike to Pine Ridge Falls isn't too bad at all. It's probably a half mile or so, with a gentle incline and (under most circumstances) a manageable creek crossing. The hike is of similar length as that to nearby Sill Branch Falls (although that one's a little more steep -- but still a fairly easy hike). Both are found in the beautiful Clark's Creek area of Unicoi County, TN. Click here to see more pics and get directions.

2 comments:

  1. These are actually called Lower Devils Fork falls and there are several more MUCH larger ones above ;)

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