Saturday, July 29, 2017

Rainbow Falls Trl,Cherokee Indian Museum, Soco Falls and Flat Creek Trl, GSMNP

There are some 800 miles of trails in the Great Smokey Mtns. NP.  We will have only done a few of those miles....maybe we will have to return here some day!

The toughest factor in hiking this time of year, of course, is the humidity. It is pretty rough and has definitely limited our hiking distances.  Very happy to report that the mosquitoes have been almost non-existent...and the ticks!  Nice not having to deal with those pests!

We have moved on to our next stop but I will still have a couple more posts coming for the GSMNP!

Rainbow Falls Trail, near Gatlinburg on the Tennessee side of the park!

small falls on the way to Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls

heading home that day we had to stop for elk crossing the road!!






Very nice museum well
done and informative

wood carving outside the museum of Sequoyah, the Indian who wrote down the Cherokee language

Soco Falls, just down the road from where we stayed at the Happy Holiday Campground

a lone elk on the way to Flat Creek Trail, unusual to see a female alone







In Sylva we stopped at Innovation Brewing for some great sours!!!


Ah the Smokies!

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