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Twin Arches, Oneida

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#81 of 103 in Nature in Tennessee
Geologic Formation Nature / Park
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  • The loop trail is short and easy but we got to see one of the best preserved arches. The arches are big and impressive. It's also fun to explore the nooks and crannies around the bases of the arches. ...  more »
  • As a couple, this was a terrific experience! I personally would be afraid to take kids on top of the arch, which has no guard rails, though. It was worth the hike!  more »
  • What a great hiking experience! I was somewhat prepared for the massive Arches (although I still found them awe inspiring), but I wasn't prepared for the huge bluffs leading up to the Arches. Great ph...  more »
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  • It's a well maintained trailhead. The restrooms are nothing more than a permanent porter potty but they look nice. There is a picnic table and the gravel parking lot and miles of gravel road that lead to it is well maintained. The trail itself is beautiful!
  • The drive on the gravel road to the trail is a little long, when you arrive at the parking lot, you are definitely in the backcountry. Did the entire twin arches loop, my favorite parts were the charit lodge and the rock formations.
  • I hiked the twin arches loop trail and it was great! It was a little over 5 miles round trip. The highlights of the hike were definitely the arches and the gigantic rock shelters. I didn't enjoy the deer flies. I feel like the hike would be better in the fall and winter as the views would be better and there wouldn't be any insects or summer heat to deal with. The trail was well maintained. I can't wait to go back!
  • Good parking lot but it's all gravel so not very wheelchair friendly.
  • Great trail for any age. Well maintained.