Big Laurel Falls
An easy .5 mile trail brings you to this 30-foot cascading waterfall that tumbles into a small, placid pool.
Bridal Veil Falls
Visible from US 64, this waterfall drops 120 feet.
Visible from 64, this 250-foot waterfall is accessible by a .5-mile steep trail.
3.5 Miles west of Highlands, a paved walkway takes you to and through the 75-foot falls.
A one-mile steep, rough trail brings you to three falls, each dropping about 60 feet.
Indian Creek Falls
An easy one-mile hike from Deep Creek Campground in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park brings you to this gorgeous 60-foot waterfall.
Juney Whank Falls
Just .25 mile downstream from Indian Creek Falls.
This 200-foot scenic waterfall is a five-minute walk from the Mingo Falls Campground on the Cherokee Indian Reservation.
Mouse Creek Falls
This 200-foot scenic waterfall is a five minute walk from the Mingo Falls Campground on the Cherokee Indian Reservation.
Rufus Morgan Falls
It's just a short walk to these near-vertical 65-foot falls near Wayah Bald.
Follow a 3.5-mile trail to wide, steep, multiple falls that are about 45 feet high.
Silver Run Falls
A combination free-fall and near-vertical slide about 40 feet high.
Just north of Cherokee, this waterfall runs down the slope of Soco Bald.
Tom Branch Falls
Just 0.25-quarter mile from Deep Creek Campground.
Waterfall on Tellico River
0.5-mile trail to two large cascading waterfalls, separated by a short run, with an overall height of about 45 feet.
Waterfall on Townhouse Branch
This 30-foot waterfall starts with a steep cascade into a 5-foot freefall, one-mile trail to falls.
At 411 feet, this is the highest waterfall in the Eastern U.S. From U.S. 64 to Sapphire, turn onto N.C. 281. Entrance is in about 8 miles.
Yellow Creek Falls
Travel U.S. 129 North of Robbinsville. Go two miles past the Yellow Creek Road intersection and the parking area and trailhead/sign will be on the right. Walk 0.33 miles to falls.