Unaka Mountain Waterfall

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Late autumn can be a great time to go searching for waterfalls — the weather is usually mild and there are fewer people on the roads and trails than is the case during spring and summer.

Several years ago we explored the Unaka Mountain area near Erwin, Tennessee, on Thanksgiving weekend. Being on the mountain was certainly much more enjoyable than facing Black Friday crowds at the stores and malls. We drove along some Forest Service roads and did some hiking. This pretty little waterfall is one of the sights we enjoyed.

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6 Responses to “Unaka Mountain Waterfall”

  1. Dayphoto Says:

    You take the most beautiful waterfall photos. They are so lifelike one feels like they are right there

  2. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    This one is a real beauty. Smaller, and looking so gentle that you could maybe shower under it!

  3. rhiebert Says:

    Oh, I would always choose nature over crowded stores. Beautiful image.

  4. Jeevan Says:

    The waterfall looks prettier through your photography. And of course, nature couldn’t be enjoyed quite through the crowd, and you’re on this path.

  5. Sartenada Says:

    Hello George.

    It is so beautiful that it invites for a visit. Thank you presenting it.

    Have a great day!

  6. Betsy Says:

    I remember that trip. Was that the year we took Reida to dinner on Thanksgiving? YES—being out in nature is always better than fighting crowds of people..

    Love,
    Wifey

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