Backpacking Trails in Tennessee
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Backpacking Trails in Tennessee

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Tennessee has 51 backpacking trails. These trails range from 0 to 56.7 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount LeConte via Rainbow Falls and Bull Head, Maddron Bald and Hen Wallow Falls and Lower Cane Creek Overnight Loop. Trails.com member Brian G. recently completed Charlies Bunion.
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The only way to hike to Mount LeConte and return to your car without backtracking or long ...
The lower overnight loop takes you into the depths of Cane Creek Gorge and provides plenty ...
The Laurel Snow State Natural Area is named for two great waterfalls. It has several overlooks ...
Franklin State Forest was established in 1936 from 6,941 acres purchased from the Cross ...
Maddron Bald Trail is a hiking trail in Cocke County, Tennessee. It is within Great Smoky ...
Leave busy Newfound Gap and head northbound on the Appalachian Trail (AT). Rise amid rare ...
Anthony Creek cascading over mossy boulders, cove forests carpeted in spring wildflowers, ...
North Rim Trail is a hiking trail in Grundy County, Tennessee. It is within South Cumberland ...
The Walden Ridge section of the South Cumberland contains Bowater Inc. forests with hiking ...
Cookeville is probably best known for Tennessee Technological University, which educates ...
Lebanon certainly deserves a stop if you like antiques. Fifty dealers represented in shops ...
A visit here is most definitely a step back in time. Little has changed in this small ...
Andrew Jackson, seventh president of the United States, came back to Tennessee after his ...
To get to McMinnville, you’ll pass through the rural town of Woodbury, which has an art ...
The town of Joelton, located northwest of downtown Nashville, is considered a suburb of ...
Say “Hendersonville,” and most folks immediately think of two things: Old Hickory Lake ...
If you live in Memphis, you’ve probably been to Cordova, but maybe you didn’t know it. ...
From the lowest trailhead in the park, follow lovely Abrams Creek on a watery hike past ...
Millington hovers just on the south side of the highway about 5 miles north of Memphis. ...
As you leave Memphis, you’ll begin to notice the scenery shift from the hustle and bustle ...
Trek into the past on this 6-day route linking a rock arch, 5,000-foot balds, old settler ...
When you arrive in Somerville, Tennessee, you will be amazed at the outstanding plantation ...
Graze blueberry patches, explore swimming holes, and tag the South’s high points on this ...
This is a classic Smokies loop, done as either a dayhike or overnight adventure. Leave ...
On the upper end of Cane Creek Gorge, you’ll travel through a remote area of the park ...
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