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Lynn Camp Prong Trail

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
Distance3.6mi
Elevation Gain1,470ft
Trailhead Elevation4,418ft
Top4,418ft
Elevation Min/Max3187/4418ft
Elevation Start/End4418/4418ft

Lynn Camp Prong Trail

Lynn Camp Prong Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Sevier County, Tennessee. It is within Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is 3.6 miles long and begins at 4,418 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 7.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,470 feet. The 28 (elevation 3,455 feet) camp site can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Middle Prong Trail, Greenbrier Ridge Trail and Miry Ridge Trail.
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"This hike provides a good opportunity to get deep into the Smokies without making an overly strenuous effort. You get to experience a few miles of the Smokies crest (without views, though), and after the first 4.0 miles, you have the hike pretty much to yourself. A couple of camping options allow you to do the hike as an overnighter or a lazy two-nighter. If you’re up to it, the hike is doable as a long day hike. The first 7.8 miles of this hike are also covered in Hikes 12 and 15. Refer to them for more details. The hike begins on Middle Prong Trail as a continuation of the gravel road behind the gate. Cross the creek on a footbridge and stay to the left after crossing to remain on the main road." Read more

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Thunderhead Mountain and Silers Bald USGS quads; Trails Illustrated #229 Great Smoky Mountains; Trails Illustrated #316 Cades Cove Elkmont
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