Sill Branch Falls Professional Review and Guide
"This is a short, fun, and family-friendly hike to a high and attractive cataract in the Cherokee National Forest. First, walk a wide track along Sill Branch, noisily dropping through a wooded vale. A quick rock-hop over South Sill Branch leads you to Sill Branch Falls, discharging 50 feet over a bare sheer cliff.
The South Sill Branch Trail is well maintained by the Cherokee National Forest and is a “destination trail,” thus built for frequent use, even though it is a bit off the beaten path. After walking around large vehicle barrier boulders, you will ascend an old jeep road, as Sill Branch dances over boulders in a tulip tree– and rhododendron-dominated landscape."