Some of these arches are on private property, get permission first. Others are diffcult to access because they are off-trail. Corrections and additions are welcome.
The table above corrects a few errors in Corgan/Parks "Natural Bridges of Tennessee" (1979). Big Laurel Creek Arch and Crawford Arch are actually southwest of Crawford rather than northeast as indicated by Corgan/Parks [John Burns]. The Lick Hollow Arch is "Big Laurel"-- doesn't seem right to call it Big Laurel any more since it's not in that watershed.
There are several rumored arches in Tennessee. Help us locate them!
GSMNP landforms (TN/NC) BSF landforms (TN/KY)
Revised Fri, 20 May 2016 12:33:14 -0600