Hey everyone! Unfortunately, this is the last post in my series about the Smoky Mountains. If you have stuck around and kept up with these posts, thank you! If you missed some of my Smokies posts and want to check them out, here are a few links for easy access:
Coming soon are a LOT of posts about Canada. So be excited! I know I am.
Alright, so this post is about the Place of a Thousand Drips, which can be seen from the Roaring Forks Motor Trail. I highly recommend taking Roaring Forks road because it’s a great way to wind down but continue seeing sites after a long day of hiking. There are many stops that come along while driving, including short hikes and also view points like the Place of a Thousand Drips. It truly was a thousand drips; it was basically a bunch of tiny waterfalls all coming down and meeting at one point. It was nice to climb around the rocks and enjoy the cool mist and sound of rushing water. Along with these mini waterfalls, there are lots of other waterfalls and cascades to be explored on Roaring Forks road.