Four Fun Hikes In The Smokies

Hikes In The Smokies Guide:

The Great Smoky Mountains can get busy in the high season, so escape into the woods on foot, enjoying everything from steep treks up mountain balds to easy walks to waterfalls.

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Hikes In The Smokies; As the nation’s most visited national park, the Great Smoky Mountains can get busy in the high season. But with half a million acres of wilderness available, the best way to see the park (and escape the crowds) is to head into the woods on foot, enjoying everything from steep treks up mountain balds to easy walks to waterfalls. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Hikes In The Smokies Highlights

  • Fun Hikes in the Smokies
  • Mingo Falls Trail
  • Rough Fork Trail
  • Alum Cave Bluffs Trail
  • Alum Cave Bluffs Trail Continues
  • Rainbow Falls Trail
Transportation By Foot – Strenuous walking
Specialty Off the Beaten Path, City/Town
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
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  • Bring rain gear and dress in layers. Temperatures and weather can change quickly in the Smokies.
  • Make sure to have plenty of water and high-energy snacks available for your hike.
  • Sturdy, waterproof hiking boots are a must. The Smokies receive as much as 80 inches of annual rainfall, and the trails are often wet and slippery.
  • Be prepared; bring a trail map as well as identification books on flora and fauna to make your hike more enjoyable.
  • If you encounter any wildlife on your hikes, especially black bears and elk, give them a wide berth and do not approach.

Deborah Huso

Deborah is a nationally published freelance travel journalist and has been writing on the southern Appalachians for more than 10 years. She also serves as contributing editor with Blue Ridge Country, and her first guidebook on the Smokies and Blue Ridge Parkway was published in 2010. Visit her online for more information.


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