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29
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Gatlinburg has 29 trails in the vicinity, including 21 hiking trails, 7 for campgrounds and 7 for other activities. These trails range from 0.5 to 56.7 miles in length. The longest trail in Gatlinburg is Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Hazel Creek and Forney Creek Loop a well-known trail measuring 56.7 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Mount LeConte via Rainbow Falls and Bull Head, Grotto Falls and Grotto Falls. 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 ...
Grotto Falls is appropriately named. Roaring Fork spills from an overhanging ledge some ...
This park is close to major population centers, but its lush greenery and pleasantly rounded ...
Ramsey Cascades Trail provides an exceptional Smokies experience and is a good choice ...
You will find this delicate falls deep in the Porters Creek Valley, known for its wildflower ...
Grotto Falls is reached on the Trillium Gap Trail, so named for the flowers that grace ...
Very few people visit this impressive cascade nestled deep in the Bald Mountains of the ...
This waterfall hike starts in the Cosby area of the Smokies. It mixes in pioneer history ...
History lovers will find this hike especially rewarding, as it passes by an old combination ...
Smokemont is strategically located on the Oconaluftee River at the base of the Smoky Mountains. ...
Cataloochee Campground is only the first attractive spot you’ll see in this valley of ...
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has a reputation, somewhat undeserved, of being ...
The rare spruce-fir forests that cloak the highest elevations of the Smokies were among ...
Set on a slight incline in what once was pioneer farmland, this attractive, terraced campground ...
This Great Smoky Mountains National Park cataract is the climax of an adventure up the ...
This short trek in the Smokies takes you to a set of cataracts dashing 80 feet over a ...
This is one of the least visited Smoky Mountain waterfalls. Located in a sinkhole, this ...
The Smokies’ Quiet Walkways are great offerings—short strolls through sylvan settings ...
Reaching one of the Smokies’ highest and most scenic waterfalls requires a long but not ...
The Smokies’ “Quiet Walkways” are great offerings—short strolls through sylvan settings ...
Trek into the past on this 6-day route linking a rock arch, 5,000-foot balds, old settler ...
String together the Appalachian, Benton MacKaye, and Mountainsto-Sea Trails for an instant ...
Graze blueberry patches, explore swimming holes, and tag the South’s high points on this ...
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