Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails


Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park spans over 500,000 acres and offers over 800 miles of hiking trails. We encourage all of our guests to enjoy the stunning natural beauty, scenic mountain views and rushing mountain waterfalls that make this area one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Below is a list of some of our favorite hiking trails in the Smokies. We hope that you enjoy your time with us in the mountains!

Gatlinburg Trail.jpgThe Gatlinburg Trail is a beautiful hiking trail convenient to downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The Gatlinburg Trail is an easy hike meandering along the West Prong of the Little Pigeon River.

Abrams Falls.jpgThe 5 mile roundtrip hike to Abrams Falls is relatively short and is considered to be moderate in difficulty, as attested by the trails popularity which attracts nearly....

Alum Cave.jpgThis moderately difficult hike is 4.6 miles round-trip or 5.1 miles on to LeConte Lodge. The round-trip to the cave bluff takes about....

Baskins Creek Falls.jpgThe Baskin Creek Falls trail begins with a short easy climb. At roughly a quarter of a mile into the hike, the trail levels off and you'll have some decent views of....

Charlies Bunion.jpgCharlies Bunion offers stunning views of the mountains to the north of you, Mt. Kephart and the Jump Off to your west, and Mount Guyot towards....

Gregory Bald.jpgAs stunning as the year-round views are, Gregory Bald is most famous for the spectacular flame azaleas that bloom on the summit from mid to late June. Azalea lovers from....

Grotto Falls.jpgThe most distinctive feature of Grotto Falls is that it's the only waterfall in the park that a person can actually walk behind. The 25-foot high waterfall offers a cool, shady, and....

Laurel Falls.jpgLaurel Falls is an extremely popular destination within the park. Parking can be a problem during peak season. If you're looking to avoid crowds, you may want to....

Ramsey Cascades.jpgRamsey Cascades is the tallest waterfall in the park and one of the most spectacular. Water drops 100 feet over rock outcroppings and collects in a small....

Rainbow Falls.jpgRainbow Falls is the highest single-drop waterfall in the Smokies. The name given for these waterfalls is a result of the rainbow that is produced by mist that....