Hampton Inn Franklin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... over Raven Fork to eat lunch and I climbed down on the rocks to get some pictures. Raven Fork Falls, an eight-foot cascade, was here though it’s a bit of a stretch calling it a waterfall. After lunch, we started hiking back. The climb back up Enloe Creek Falls was strenuous, but the pretty fall colors provided an opportunity to for frequent breaks. Once back on Hyatt Ridge Trail, it was all downhill back to ...
... 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 ...
... we had to cross the creek where Sassafras Creek flows into Snowbird Creek and turned right at the split to stay on Big Snowbird Trail. We continued following the trail for about another mile and stopped for a brief detour down to Big Falls on Snowbird Creek. It’s not a particularly big waterfall and we couldn’t get to the base for a decent shot, so we didn’t spend a lot of time here. Back ...
... trail, it took us about fifteen minutes to reach the nice 60-foot waterfall. It is named for Rufus Morgan, a reverend from the area who loved the Southern Appalachian mountains and hiked to Mount LeConte up until his 90s. We got some pictures at the waterfall, then finished the loop out back to the car, for a total of about a mile. We then backtracked to Wayah Road and continued on this road, past Nantahala Lake and Nantahala River Gorge. We turned right ...
... pictures, then made our way back. It was still difficult, but seemed a bit easier going back. Once back at the car, we still had some daylight left, so we continued north on NC-281 past Tanasee Creek Lake and Wolf Creek Lake to the parking area for Paradise Falls. The hike is short but rather steep. We went down for a ways, crossing a gully filled with water and then followed a path to near the middle of the waterfall. I had ...