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Rock Creek Waterfalls Crossings
(First)Crossing  [06/23/03 ]
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The first of the Rock Creek stream crossings, which was spanned by a foot log with a cable between trees.

Rock Creek Stream Crossing located in the scenic Unaka Mountain Wilderness, Unicoi County in South East Tennessee the stream is considered to be an extremely clear and high quality stream. During the fall of the year trees along the stream provide picture perfect scenes of brilliant foliage colors. Mid to late October is a good time to visit the region to experience the fall color change.
The trail crosses over to the other side of the creek several times. Depending on the time of year you take this journey the creek crossings vary from simple hops over rocks and logs to wading across. Due to a wet June 2003 prior to our hike the conditions warranted the removal of shoes for the crossing and sometimes the rock is slippery, so take your time.



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