Tennessee is located in the southern region of the United States, which means it doesn’t get TOO crazy chilly during the wintertime. It gets cold, of course – but freezing? That’s a little harder to come by. You have to turn to East Tennessee and the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains to find a frozen bit of wilderness – and we did. There are only two waterfalls that “freeze over” during the wintertime, and we’ve dug up a couple shots of each – we’re pretty proud of ’em.

Interesting, right? Who knew it took so much to freeze a waterfall? If you’re looking for some more wonderful things to do in Tennessee, check out the ultimate bucket list!

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