Hiking Trails

Great Smoky Mountains National Park boasts an extensive network of hiking trails that offer breathtaking views and diverse landscapes for outdoor enthusiasts. With over 800 miles and 150 trails winding through lush forests, meadows, and along cascading streams, hikers can explore a variety of ecosystems and discover the park's rich biodiversity. Iconic trails like the Appalachian Trail traverse the park, providing challenging routes for seasoned hikers, while shorter trails cater to beginners and families. There are several hiking trails near Gatlinburg including popular trails  like Clingmans Dome, Alum Cave, and Laurel Falls, each offering unique perspectives of the park's stunning natural beauty. Visitors can encounter diverse wildlife, historical remnants, and stunning vistas while immersing themselves in the serenity of this renowned national park.

“ To walk in nature is to witness a thousand miracles” - Marie Davis

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