Baskins Creek Trail is a great hike to go on when you visit the Smokies. It’s considered easy to moderate, and you’ll get to see an amazing waterfall at the end of the hike. Find out more about hiking to Baskins Creek Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains:
Many people want to bring their pooch with them on vacation, and we don’t blame them! You can have a ton of fun with your dog in the area, including some dog friendly trails in the Smoky Mountains. There are only two trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that allow dogs. The other trails in the backcountry are off limits for dogs because they could bring disease into the habitat for wildlife, leave scents and scare off wildlife, or be prey to other animals. But, you can have a ton of fun on the trails that are pet friendly! Here’s everything you need to know about dog friendly trails in the Smoky Mountains.
Most of the trails in the national park are filled with tree roots, rocks, or gravel. However, there are a handful that are accessible for everyone. If you have a wheelchair or need a stroller for your children, you’re probably looking for a paved Smoky Mountain hiking trail. These trails are just as great as any others, and you’ll have a great time being outside! Here are the top 5 paved Smoky Mountain hiking trails:
Are you looking for an easy trail to hike while you’re visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? You should go on the Twin Creeks Trail! It’s close to downtown Gatlinburg so you won’t have to go very far, and it’s a beautiful hike through the woods. Find out more about hiking Twin Creeks Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains:
If you’re looking for a short, simple hike, then you should go on the Cataract Falls Trail in the Smoky Mountains. The path is easily laid out, making it pretty simple to follow. It’s considered easy, so it is perfect for small children and older adults. Find out more about Cataract Falls below: Round Trip […]
The tallest mountain in the Smoky Mountains is Mount LeConte. Many hikers come to the area every year to hike to the summit. What’s unique about hiking to the top of Mount LeConte is there’s not just one trail, but they are all considered difficult. Here are 5 trails you can hike to get to the summit of Mount LeConte:
When you think of wildflowers, you probably think of spring. In the Great Smoky Mountains, we have wildflowers in the spring and summer! There’s a ton of hikes in the Smoky Mountains you can take to find these summer wildflowers, and we want to share them with you! Find out more about 5 of the best summer wildflower hikes in the Smoky Mountains:
If you are making plans to visit the Great Smoky Mountains, you’ve probably wondered what the most popular trails are, right? Well, we are sharing the 5 most popular hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains below! After learning about each one, we know you will be ready to venture up one of these beautiful trails too!
The Clingmans Dome observation tower is one of the most iconic places to visit in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. At 6,643 feet it is the highest point in the Smokies! What makes this such a wonderful place is that it’s easily accessible to all! Plus, it has amazing views to see without the strenuous hike! Read on to learn more about the climb to the tower!
If you haven’t been to the Cherokee side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park you’ll find more there than elk! Drive over for a visit, and hit the trails to find some gorgeous waterfalls in the area! A favorite trail in the area is Indian Creek Falls Trail. This is a short trail, with a lot to see!