Wyndham Resort at Fairfield Sapphire Valley
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... approached the waterfall, we had to go down a bit and cross the creek on a huge log and then climb some rocks up to the base for a good view. A few people who didn’t feel comfortable crossing the log bushwhacked along the side and made it to the top of the falls. We got some good pictures of the waterfall and played around a bit on the rocks, then started making our way back. We stopped at the campsite by ...
... split into two streams. After a couple of pictures, we went back to Deep Creek Trail and then turned left on Deep Creek Horse Trail. The trail was a bit steep heading up and then back down and when we were almost back to the parking lot, we turned onto Juney Whank Falls Trail and made a quick stop at the waterfall. This is another small but scenic waterfall. It was getting late in the day, so we ...
... 19 and then took US-129 into Robbinsville. Our home for the night was Simple Life Campground. After setting up our tents, we headed into town for dinner at El Pacifico Mexican Restaurant. The food was decent, but it just seems weird eating Mexican food without beer. Robbinsville is in Graham County, which is still dry. After dinner, we made a small campfire and took showers at the campground, our last opportunity to bathe on this trip, and then went to bed ...
... puniest water flow. It’s right along the forest road, but was barely noticeable in low flow. We got some pictures and started the hike back to the cars. I imagine that the best time to see all these waterfalls is right after a good rain. Back at the car, we left the forest and got on US-64 West. In Rosman, we turned on US-178 and stopped by Eastatoe Falls. This beautiful waterfall is literally in someone’s backyard, but ...
... past Gorges State Park and parked along the side of Brewer Road. The unofficial Thompson River Trail begins from here. We walked along the gated logging road for about a mile, passing the side trail to High Falls. The trail then switchbacked down and led to a crossing of Thompson River. When I had been here before, we were able to rock-hop across the river, but the water level was too high today so we had to wade through ...