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Soco Falls, Maggie Valley

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  • Park your car carefully on the shoulder of the road. Find your footing to descend a few steps to the viewing platform. From the platform, you will see one waterfall easily, but the second will be most...  more »
  • This was a difficult place to find a parking space on a busy Saturday afternoon on Memorial Day weekend. There was about a 100 ft path down to the observation deck which could be a bit challenging for...  more »
  • Worth the drive here following visit to Cherokee museum and arts and crafts gallery. Be advised - parking is limited and in deep curve of a steep road, dirt path to falls is even steeper downhill. Pos...  more »
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  • What a cool experience. The pull off to view the falls looks like nothing for than a scenic overlook but there is a rocky path the leads to a wooden lookout. If your feeling adventurous, there is a rope that you can use to descend the hill. WARNING: the path to descend is extremely slippery due to the waterfall mist. Make sure to wear appropriate shoes and don't attempt if you cannot pull your own weight with your hands and arms.
  • Really cool experience although getting to it is a bit of a challenge. There is limited signs for exactly where the falls are located and you have to pull off the road quick into a small pull off to avoid being run off. A steep path will lead you to an overlook which has awesome views but if you're up for a challenge, there are ropes to help you down to the bottom of the falls and back up again. Totally worth the stop, so beautiful.
  • this place is absolutely breathtaking ! it's so serene & relaxing , however it's a bit tricky reaching the bottom due to loose gravel & the steep slope . once you reach the bottom it's worth the hard work
  • Another one that's easy to find. Use caution on the very short trail leading down and also on the wet rocks. Parking is limited so plan to get there soon before the summer crowds !
  • Lovely view of falls from a bridge over the lower creek. So you are looking up at the falling water. Short (entirely uphill with some stairs) hike (less than 1 mile) from parking.