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Place of a Thousand Drips

Place of a Thousand Drips

Place of a Thousand Drips in its entirety during a wet summer (above) with a closer shot of the drips (below).  Photos by Shawn Dunnaway.

Place of a Thousand Drips

Height of Falls:  ~30'
Round-Trip Hike:  0.0 mi.
Difficulty:  Drive-by

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This waterfall is a low-flow fall that can be seen from your vehicle.  It is located at Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, just before the one-way road comes out to Gatlinburg.

The waterfall comes out of high rocks and a small cave and cascade down 20-30 feet.  Due to the small amount of water that flows over the falls the name "Place of a Thousand Drips" is quite fitting.  It is best viewed during rainy seasons.

The falls is a must-see, however, because of the intricate pathways and carvings the water has created over time.

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