OverviewDescriptionGetting ThereContactQuiet falls awaits you with great overlook views to be enjoyed on this trail. Beautiful scenery. Great place for a family hike. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksLisa Ray (166)6 days ago5 Completed5 ReviewsI have hiked this trail many times in the last 2 years whether it's to Laurel Falls, Buzzards Point or Bryan overlook. This trail never disappoints. Most recently the bridge to Laurel falls has been out but there are creative ways around. Start early and enjoy the day exploring this amazing area of East TN.Joseph McGowan (86)2 months ago1 Completed1 ReviewsI adore this park. Even though I live in Hawaii now, Laurel/Snow Falls Pocket Wilderness remains my favorite place ever to hike. The multiple cliff faces, overlooks, bouldering fields, rocky creeks, abandoned coal mines, swimming holes, and interesting wildlife make this park a winner. There are always more side-trails and geographic features to explore.Michael Curry (757)1 year ago15 Completed14 ReviewsThis is an EPIC TRAIL! It has many places to camp and a lot of adventurous places. The rocks running across the river and near Laurel Falls are SUPER FUN to climb around on. Take an entire day to explore this area. It's well worth it!Nicole Lawson (229)1 year ago15 Completed5 ReviewsNice day trail that hikes up to a beautiful waterfall. Gerry Hallcox (198)2 years ago10 Completed5 ReviewsNice walk along stream before you start on switch backs up Mtn . Pretty scenery but trail is rocky, huge boulders and nice falls. I will go back sometime.David Resmondo (92)2 years ago2 Completed2 Reviewssecond hike with my squaw and we made it to laurel falls great hike...beautiful place..dogs loved it and so did we......oh i love u RobinEvan Fortune (81)2 years ago1 Completed1 ReviewsI attend Bryan College, which is about ten minutes from Pocket, and I do a lot of trail running. Really good trails, well traveled and well maintained. Pocket is a great place for it--I recommend a run up to Buzzard's and back. A good ten miles. Daniel Wilburn (95)3 years ago0 Completed1 ReviewsVery peaceful hike, many improvements in trail quality over the last time I hiked it, two years ago.