The Canyon Waterfall Hike In Tennessee That Will Overwhelm You With Natural Beauty

Tennessee is full of natural wonders, and you can usually tell where they are simply by following the crowds. Cades Cove, Foster Falls, and a whole plethora of others are absolutely beautiful, but they also tend to come with quite a few other people enjoying their beauty. There’s one spot in Southern Tennessee, though, that is equally breathtaking but is often completely deserted. This hidden canyon requires 10 miles of round-trip hiking to get to, but once you see it, you’ll know it was worth the trip.

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