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Smokies Reopens Ramsey Cascades Trail after Foot Log Repair

Smokies Reopens Ramsey Cascades Trail after Foot Log Repair

Ramsey Cascades Trail reopened on Thursday following the installation of a new foot log. The trail has been closed since August 2016 when the foot log was damaged by a fallen tree. The foot log spans a section of Ramsey Prong that is too swift and deep to allow hikers to safely rock-hop across river. The popular, four-mile trail is located in the Greenbrier section of the park and leads to the park’s tallest waterfall, Ramsey Cascades.

Smokies Reopens Ramsey Cascades Trail after Foot Log Repair

A tree fell and damaged the Ramsey Cascades Trail footbridge in August 2016.

Smokies Reopens Ramsey Cascades Trail after Foot Log Repair

The Ramsey Cascades Trail footbridge repaired and reopened April, 27, 2017.

Smokies Reopens Ramsey Cascades Trail after Foot Log Repair

The Ramsey Cascades Trail footbridge repaired and reopened April, 27, 2017.

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