The Great Smoky Mountains Association published their latest Youtube video this week. This time the GSMA takes viewers along a hike to Hen Wallow Falls near the Cosby Campground.
Along for this hike is Steve Kemp, author of several books, and a writer and editor for Great Smoky Mountains Association.
The video explains how the nearly 100-foot Hen Wallow Falls received its name.
Another tidbit that I thought was interesting was learning that Sphagnum moss was used for diapers for infants, and as a last resort, bandages for wounds.
Here's the video:
For more information on hiking to Hen Wallow Falls, please click here.
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