Roaring Fork highlights two of the most famous waterfalls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Which one is better? It resembles picking a most loved youngster for us, so you'll must be the judge. The direct 5.4 mile roundtrip climb to Rainbow Falls is definitely justified even despite the exercise. When you get to the finish of the rainbow, you'll know it: the enormous 80-foot tall waterfall is the most astounding single-drop falls in the recreation center. The Trillium Gap Trail prompts the 25-foot high Grotto Falls where you can stroll behind a surge of water as it falls to the ground. It's stunningly wonderful and the main spot in the Smokies where you can do this. And keeping in mind that it may not convey an indistinguishable reserve from Rainbow or Grotto Falls, the Place of a Thousand Drips is no less marvelous. Pursue a storm and see thousands of small waterfalls.