Attractions at Look Out Mountain in Tennessee

Attractions at Look Out Mountain in Tennessee
Lookout Mountain is a popular attraction located just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Famous for its unique rock formations, caves and underground waterfalls, Lookout Mountain draws visitors from all over the country to explore the area's natural wonders and enjoy nature's stunning beauty. In addition to the spectacular landscape, visitors of all ages will enjoy the many other attractions and activities at Lookout Mountain as well.

Lookout Mountain's Incline Railway

Established in 1895, Lookout Mountain Incline Railway takes visitors on an exciting ride up to the top of historic Lookout Mountain. The train stops at the top, where visitors can disembark to take in the view from an observation deck and explore historic Civil War relics. This popular Tennessee attraction draws thousands of visitors each year.

Lookout Mountain Station
827 East Brow Road
Lookout Mountain, TN 3735
(423) 821-4224

Ruby Falls

Formed more than 2 million years ago, Ruby Falls is a breathtaking underground waterfall located inside Tennessee's Lookout Mountain. At 145 feet tall, Ruby Falls is the stunning climax to a tour of the Lookout Mountain Caverns, which includes a look at some of the world's most interesting caves and rock formations. After the tour, visitors can pan for gemstones, picnic on the observation deck and enjoy the beauty of Lookout Mountain.

Ruby Falls
1720 S. Scenic Hwy
Lookout Mountain, TN 37409
(423) 821-2544

Rock City Gardens

This unique nature park features panoramic views of the Chattanooga valley, towering rock formations and lush gardens boasting more than 400 types of native wildflowers, plants and trees. Visitors can take a self-guided hike through the forest on the Enchanted Trail, visit the magical Fairyland Caverns, explore Mother Goose Village, shop for souvenirs at the gift shop and grab a bite at the restaurant.

Rock City Gardens
1400 Patten Road
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750
(800) 854-0675

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Nice easy flat trail that leads to beautiful red rocks.
Stunning hike but extremely steep and tiring! Bring plenty of water.