The 2.6-Mile Laurel Falls Trail Is A Beautiful And Easy Trail To Take In Tennessee
By Meghan Kraft|Updated on August 30, 2023(Originally published September 10, 2019)
Meghan Kraft loves to travel the world, but she makes her home right here in Nashville, Tennessee. She holds a degree in English, and has worked in the digital marketing realm with companies such as Apartments.com, USA Today and HarperCollins Publishing.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most popular national park in the United States, boasting more than 800 miles of trails and innumerable beautiful vistas to boot. Finding a stunning trail to walk isn’t TOO difficult. But finding one of the best in the park? Well, you can leave that to us. Laurel Falls in the Smokies presents a perfect trek through the beauty of the park, and it’s one of the most popular hiking trails for a reason. If you haven’t been, you simply must. After hiking this stunning trail we would not only highly recommend it but insist that you put this at the top of your list when it comes to hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Have you ever been to Laurel Falls in the Smokies? We think it is one of the prettiest waterfalls in the park and well worth the visit. Plan ahead and make sure you check out the lower falls to get the complete experience. If you’re looking for more information, you’ll want to check out the National Park Service page on Laurel Falls.
Now this isn’t the only waterfall in the state with the same name so to clear it up here are two other incredible waterfalls in Tennessee with the same name but in totally different locations. Laurel Falls in Hampton and Laurel Falls in Savage Gulf State Park, I have been to both of them and I would highly recommend both!
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