Cove Creek, NC Trails and Parks

Cove Creek has 6 trails in the vicinity, including 4 for whitewater kayaking & canoeing and 2 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.8 to 12.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Cataloochee Valley — Divide Trail, Cataloochee Valley — Boogerman Trail and Cove Creek: Holbert Cove Road to Green River. Trails.com member Winn M. recently completed Cataloochee Valley — Boogerman Trail.
  • Cataloochee Valley — Divide Trail

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    Cove Creek, NC

    The Cataloochee Divide Trail rewards whether you do the entire, daylong 12.8-mile out-and-back enchilada, or just hike the 1.2 miles to the overlook. It is a trail for both the avid outdoors ...
    •  3 to 5 hours
    •  12.8 miles
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    The Cataloochee Divide Trail rewards whether you do the entire, daylong 12.8-mile out-and-back enchilada, or just hike the ...

  • Cataloochee Valley — Boogerman Trail

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    Cove Creek, NC

    Begin your exploration of The Booger Man’s woods by crossing a footbridge over Palmer Creek. Head upstream a quarter-mile, then hang a left. For the next 3.8 miles or so you will be in Booger ...
    •  2.5 to 4 hours
    •  7.4 miles
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    Begin your exploration of The Booger Man’s woods by crossing a footbridge over Palmer Creek. Head upstream a quarter-mile, ...

  • Cove Creek: Holbert Cove Road to Green River

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    Cove Creek begins in the Saluda Mountains and is a tributary of the Green River. It has a very small watershed and will need heavy rains to bring it to a runnable level. Part of this run includes ...
    •  4 hours
    •  2.2 miles
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    Cove Creek begins in the Saluda Mountains and is a tributary of the Green River. It has a very small watershed and will need ...

  • Big Creek: CR 1332 to Walters Plant

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    Cove Creek, NC

    Big Creek is born in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, ensuring excellent water quality. The creek’s origins are northwest of Mount Sterling and Big Cataloochee Mountain. It confluences ...
    •  1 hours
    •  2 miles
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    Big Creek is born in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, ensuring excellent water quality. The creek’s origins are northwest ...

  • Cold Springs Branch: FS 148 to Confluence with the Pigeon River

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    Cove Creek, NC

    This creek flows off the east side of Harmon Den Mountain within the confines of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It’s a tiny tributary of the Pigeon Dries and needs significant rainfall ...
    •  1.5 hours
    •  1.3 miles
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    This creek flows off the east side of Harmon Den Mountain within the confines of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. ...

  • Hurricane Creek: CR 1336 to Pigeon River

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    Cove Creek, NC

    Hurricane Creek flows off a mountain of the same name and confluences with the Dries of the Pigeon River. It’s in a pretty big hurry to get there, too. Being within the Great Smoky Mountains ...
    •  1 hours
    •  0.8 miles
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    Hurricane Creek flows off a mountain of the same name and confluences with the Dries of the Pigeon River. It’s in a pretty ...