Hike Tannery Falls

Rate this Adventure 0.8 miles 200 ft gain  - Loop Trail

Added by Chandler Anderson

Stunning hike with two big waterfalls that will fulfill anyone's summer adventure wishes!!

The hike to Tannery Falls may be a little confusing, I'll clear it up for you before you even go there! To get to The falls you will travel down a dirt road that isn't very well maintained during the winter. As you keep driving down the dirt road you will notice a pond , which means you are almost there. Keep driving till you see the big parking area on your right. If you are coming from the opposite end, the parking spot will be on your left. If you pass the pond, you have gone too far!!! Once you arrive your destination is only 0.4 miles away. You will descend about 200 feet by the time you reach base of falls. 

Tannery fall offers great photo opportunities but it's an even better spot day to cool down during a hot summer day.

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Chillin
Photography
Hiking
Forest
Romantic
Scenic
Waterfall
Wildflowers
Wildlife
Swimming Hole

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