Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails

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Abram Falls

Although Abrams Falls is only 20 feet high, the large volume of water rushing over the cliff more than makes up for its lack of height.

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Alum Cave

The Alum Cave Trail is the most popular and well-known route to Mount LeConte.

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Baskins Creek Falls

Baskins Creek Falls offers some views of the mountains and a few glimpses of Gatlinburg if you're hiking in the winter or early spring.

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Charlies Bunion

Charlies 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 the east.

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The Gatlinburg Trail

The Gatlinburg Trail is an easy hike meandering along the West Prong of the Little Pigeon River. 

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Gregory Bald

As 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.

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Grotto Falls

The most distinctive feature of Grotto Falls is that it's the only waterfall in the park that a person can actually walk behind.

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Laurel Falls

Laurel Branch and the 80-foot high Laurel Falls are named for mountain laurel, an evergreen shrub which blooms along the trail and near the falls in May.

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Ramsey Cascades

Ramsey Cascades is the tallest waterfall in the park and one of the most spectacular.

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Rainbow Falls

The name given for these waterfalls is a result of the rainbow that is produced by the mist that becomes visible on sunny afternoons.

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