Fall Creek Falls + 4 More Waterfalls

Fall Creek Falls + 4 More Waterfalls

Difficulty:  Moderate to Slightly Streneous

Duration: 10-12 hours

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On this full-day adventure enjoy a scenic 2.5 hours drive deep into the heart of the Cumberland Plateau. Here we will explore some of the tallest waterfalls around.


The Cumberland Plateau is a geologically rich, biodiverse region of middle Tennessee features numerous state parks and natural areas packed with awe inspiring waterfalls, mysterious caves, and breathtaking vistas.


We will spend about 5 to 7 hours exploring Fall Creek Falls State Park; a pristine area laced with cascades, gorges, waterfalls, streams and lush stands of virgin hardwood timber, the park beckons those who enjoy nature at her finest. Fall Creek Falls, at 256 feet, is the tallest free falling waterfall in the eastern United States. Other waterfalls within the park include Cane Creek Falls, Cane Creek Cascades/Falls, Coon Creek Falls 250ft, Piney Falls 95ft. and Rock House Falls 125ft.


Enjoy our carefully curated blend of hiking trails for an unforgettable experience where you will enjoy the signs and sounds of Cane Creek Cascades & Falls, Cane Creek Falls Overlook, Fall Creek Falls Overlook, and many other splendid sights.


On this customized adventure, we will hike approximately 5 miles, cross large suspended swinging bridges and journey down into the massive gorge to the base of Fall Creek Falls itself. We will also explore ruggedly beautiful rocky top cliffs with spectacular canyon views.

$199

per person - group discounts available

What's Included

  • Roundtrip ground transportation originating in Nashville, TN

  • Lite snacks, bottled water, and lunch

  • Lunch at the Snackbar Café (subject to its operating schedule and based on our menu - select at checkout)

  • Professional Guides

  • Certified Wilderness First Aid Medic

  • Park fees and transportation within the parks

  • Emergency rain ponchos

  • Loaner trekking poles and backpacks

  • FUN… EXCITEMENT…MEMORIES!!

  • Possible opportunity to enjoy a swimming hole – dependent upon weather, time available and group preferences

What to Bring

  • Any personal snacks and/or non-alcoholic beverages

  • Sturdy, closed toe shoes

  • Sunscreen

  • Hats

  • Optional gratuities

Accessibility

  • Not wheelchair accessible

  • This trail features sections that can be rocky, steep and/or slippery. Sturdy, closed-toe shoes are required.

  • Tennessee weather tends to be unpredictable this tour operates rain or shine (excluding severe weather) so please be prepared accordingly.

  • Travelers should have at least a moderate physical fitness level.

Health restrictions

  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems

  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers

  • Not recommended for travelers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions

  • Must be in good physical condition, able to climb over downed trees, walk on uneven surfaces and climb in elevation.

$199

per person - group discounts available