Squibb Creek Trail
Trail in the Cherokee National Forest that goes past numerous waterfalls and cascades
Squibb Creek Trail is located in the Cherokee National Forest, with most of it as part of the Congressionally designated Sampson Mountain Wilderness.
The trail is rated moderate to difficult because it is not blazed and it crosses several small creeks some with foot bridges and some without. The trail narrows as it reaches its end near Squibb Creek Falls. At the end nestled deep in Cherokee National Forest, is the beautiful 25-foot tall Squibb Creek Falls.
Horse Creek Campground is just below the trailhead.
Length: 2.2 miles
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