Hen Wallow Falls
Hen Wallow Falls is a beautiful 90 foot cascading waterfall located in the Cosby area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is one of the highest waterfalls on the Cosby side of the Smokies.
Hen Wallow Falls is only two feet wide at the top of the falls but spreads out to 20 feet at its base. The old-growth forest surrounding the Falls is filled with chestnuts, beeches, oaks, yellow poplars, ancient hemlocks, and tulip trees. This is a favorite spot of many people to sit, relax, and enjoy a packed lunch or short forest nap.
Directions: From Gatlinburg travel east on Hwy 321 for 19 miles to Cosby, turn right onto Hwy 32 and travel 1.5 miles to the road on the right marked "Cosby Campground." A sign for Hen Wallow Falls is just past the picnic area.
Boogertown Gap - Boogertown Gap is Ruth Barber and Keith Watson, a wife/husband duo and sometimes band, currently residing in Pittman Center, TN, where they perform Old-Time Mountain and Celtic Music throughout East Tennessee and the local "Great Smokies" area at a variety of events and functions. They share a love of the nature, culture, and history of the Great Smoky Mountains and of the music of their ancestors and descendants who lived there and helped shape this mountain folk music.