Hike the Juney Whank Falls Loop

Deep Creek Trailhead

Distance

0.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

150 Feet

Activities

Photography, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Loop

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Joshua Contois

Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Romantic
Scenic
Waterfall

Juney Whank Falls in Great Smoky National Park is made of two tiers. These two falls drop for a total of 90 feet.  

Starting at the Deep Creek Trailhead, take a short walk until the trail meets up with Juney Whank Falls Trail. From here, hang a left and head onto the Juney Whank Falls Trail. Once you've reached the falls, continue the loop to get back to the trailhead. 

The falls are said to be named after Mr. Junaluska "Juney" Whank who is believed to be buried in the area. 

Please no dogs on this trail. 

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

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Short Easy Hike

Short easy hike to a very pretty waterfall.

Distance

0.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

150 Feet

Activities

Photography, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Loop

Added by

Joshua Contois

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