Hiking

Hiking – Great Smoky Mountains National Park maintains 800 miles of trails inside the park

 

Hiking Trails range from moderate to strenuous, and some are accessible.  Whatever you level of hiking skills, you may choose from more than 800 miles of trails.

When hiking from a trailhead to the top of the mountain, photographic opportunities are remarkable.  You will encounter rivers, streams, bridges, waterfalls, floral, fauna, majestic trees, rock formations, wildlife, sunrises, sunsets!

 

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Things to bring when hiking in the Smokies:

• Comfortable walking shoes
• High energy food
• Flashlight
• Whistle
• Knife
• First aid kit
• Extra clothing
• Matches
• Water
• Raingear
• Trail maps
• Compass

 

HIKING TRAILS IN THE CADES COVE AREA

Abrams Falls Trail
Ace Gap Trail
Anthony Creek Trail
Beard Cane Trail
Bote Mountain Trail
Cane Creek Trail
Cooper Road Trail
Crib Gap Trail
Grapeyard Ridge Trail
Gregory Bald Trail
Gregory Ridge Trail
Hannah Mountain Trail
Hatcher Mountain Trail
Indian Grave Gap Trail
Little Bottoms Trail
Rabbit Creek Trail
Rich Mountain Loop Trail
Rich Mountain Trail
Russell Field Trail
Scott Mountain Trail
Wet Bottom Trail


HIKING TRAILS IN THE CATALOOCHEE AREA

Boogerman Trail
Caldwell Fork Trail

HIKING TRAILS IN THE COSBY AREA

Albright Grove Trail
Hen Wallow Falls Trail


DEEP CREEK AREA

Indian Creek Falls Trail


GATLINBURG / MT LECONTE AREA

Alum Cave Bluffs Trail
Appalachian Trail
Boulevard Trail
Bullhead Trail
Chimney Tops Trail
Fighting Creek Trail
• Laurel Falls Trail

Old Sugarlands Trail
Rainbow Falls Trail
Ramsay Cascades Trail
Sugarlands Valley Nature Trail
Trillium Gap Trail


HikingintheSmokys.com – Search for more than 70 trails by trail key features, by rating difficulty, by location within the Park or by using the alphabetical listing.

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