Popular Trips in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Popular Trips in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Ramsay Cascades
by joe.wilkerson on Nov 08, 2008
Greenbrier (historical), Tennessee, United States
0.0 miles
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Great Smoky National Park - Mount Sterling Summit via Big Creek, Swallow Fork, and Benton MacKaye Trails
by whitedbc on Jan 22, 2011
Mount Sterling, North Carolina, United States
18.0 miles
Weekend trip with some buddies to the northern end of Great Smoky National Park.  4100 feet of elevation gain to bag this summit.  An old steel lookout tower provides an outstanding view at the top, although it was much to cold to enjoy it too much when we went.  Night-time temps on the mountain were at 4 degrees F.  Burrrr. 
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Mt LeConte via Alum Cave Trail
by pklein1021 on Jul 28, 2011
Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States
4.8 miles
Thunder Rock - Starr Mtn
by randy.whorton on Feb 28, 2013
Delano, Tennessee, United States
32 miles
Starr Mountain section of the Thunder Rock 100
Thunder Rock - Chilhowee
by randy.whorton on Mar 01, 2013
Reliance, Tennessee, United States
17.1 miles
Chilhowee section of the Thunder Rock 100
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Riding Cherohala Skyway
by smitty on
Tellico Plains, Tennessee, United States
0.0 miles
Cherohala Skyway                         A motorcyclists dream come true   The Cherohala Skyway is one of the most unique and scenic roadways in America. The name itself was derived by combining "Chero" from Cherokee and "hala" from Nantahala, the names of two of the National Forests that the Skyway passes thru. This area is believed to have been the home of the Cherokee Indians as early as 1650 A.D., and part of the Skyway covers what...
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Mt. LeConte and Myrtle Point
by FrankKehren on Aug 08, 2009
Fort Harry, Tennessee, United States
0.0 miles
The hike starts at Alum Cave trailhead, leads past Arch Rock (1.4mi), Inspiration Point (2.0mi), Alum Cave Bluffs (2.3mi) and reaches LeConte lodge (5.0mi). From there the hike continuous to Cliff Top (5.2mi), and then along the ridge past LeConte shelter and High Top (5.5mi 6953ft) to Myrtle Point (5.9mi). From here the trail goes back to LeConte lodge and then back down to Alum Cave trailhead. The GPS track ends at...
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The Jump Off
by sherrodk on Jun 19, 2010
Fort Harry, Tennessee, United States
6.6 miles
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Middle Prong in Winter
by ET Hiker on Dec 29, 2010
Treement, Tennessee, United States
3.8 miles
Several members of Margaret Stevenson's Wednesday Hikers choose Middle Prong for a Winter hike in the snow.  About 8 inches of snow was on the ground.  The temperature was in the low to mid thirties and the wind was calm.  It was a nice hike.  The scenery was beautiful.  Lots of snow on the ground and in the trees.  Also lots of icicles.  The snow on the rocks in the creek made...
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AT - Fontana Dam to Davenport Gap - GSMNP
by cutter on Jul 04, 2011
Fontana Village, North Carolina, United States
75 miles
This backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park was made in 4 1/2 days by four Boys Scouts of Troop 224, Oak Ridge, Tenn., and two leaders. We started at Fontana Dam and headed northward to the other end of the park at Davenport Gap. We stayed at Birch Gap (campsite 113), Derrick Knob, Mt. Collins and Tricorner Knob.

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