The Mingo Falls are more than 120 feet tall, making them the tallest and a standout amongst the most noteworthy waterfalls in the southern Appalachian Mountains. It is situated on the Cherokee Indian Reservation near Great Smoky Mountain National Park. You can get to inside a large portion of a mile of the falls via auto along Big Cove Road, which prompts the Mingo Falls Campground.
From that point you should set off by walking along the Pigeon Creek Trail, which will take you to the review stage at the base of the waterfalls. Despite the fact that the trail is not as much as an a large portion of a mile long, it is steep and there are 160 stages to climb; in any case, everybody concurs that seeing the falls are definitely justified even despite the exertion.