Popular Trips in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
HBC Ocoee 2008 Day1 Chilhowee
Benton Springs, Tennessee, United States
Harpeth Bike Club annual trip to the Ocoee area. Day 1, we hiked from the Chilhowee day use area.
HBC Ocoee 2008 Day2 Tanasi Death March
Postelle, Tennessee, United States
Harpeth Bike Club Ocoee 2008 Day 2 hiking at Tanasi. With the up's and down's, it sure seemed like a longer hike than 5.5 miles...
Greystone Heights, Tennessee, United States
The Gatlinburg Trail begins at the edge of the town and closely follows a stream to the park's visitor center. It's mostly nearly flat with only one or two minor inclines that I can remember. The half nearest town is certainly the most scenic. Once you reach a building with park vehicles and equipment, it loses its appeal quickly. For a while you just walk along the road edge. Just about the...
4th of July hike
Cane Brake, North Carolina, United States
Did some luvly backpacking over the Fourth of July with Todd & Paul, Charlotte buddies. First time in recent memory I haven't seen fireworks on the 4th. No matter, it was a fine and agreeable weekend - hot, kinda. It's been a while since I have been summer camping, which was a surprisingly uncomplicated affair. Gone were the worries about freezing to death if you have to get out of the tent at night to take a whiz....
Winter in the Smokies
Cartertown, Tennessee, United States
Long a favorite vacation spot for many, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park has the distinction of being America’s most visited National Park. The reasons for its appeal differ from person to person. For many it’s the natural beauty of the park itself. There is over 800 square miles and 500,000 acres of diverse plant and animal life with over 100 native tree species in the park. This variety of trees makes for a...
Frog Love 5k Course Little Tennessee Greenway
Franklin, North Carolina, United States
Racers will run on out 1.4 miles and turn right up the 2/10 mile hill and head left back down onto the dirt trail back onto the pavement and return home along the same course after the 1.7 mile mark. p.s. Don't worry I know the course say's 3.2 miles we'll trim it down to 3.1 for race day! :)-VO2
Panthertown Valley - Troop 820 Survey Hike
Panthertown, North Carolina, United States
Perfect day for hiking. Encountered only two groups of people - who had some helpful advice - and one snake.