The Greenbrier section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an area of the park that is renowned for its beautiful wildflowers during the spring months. Greenbrier is also home to one of the natural treasures within the park: Ramsey Cascades. This is the tallest waterfall in the park and one of the most spectacular! Read on to find out more about hiking the Ramsey Cascades Trail and what to expect along your hike:
Fall in the Smoky Mountains is a wonderful time to visit! You can expect the trails to be littered with bright mixes of red, orange, and yellow leaves. Moreover, any vista point you pass will have a mesmerizing shade of fall colors to look at across the mountains. Because we want everyone to enjoy the beauty of the autumn season we have put together a list of the best fall hikes in the Smoky Mountains!
Every year thousand of visitors make the trek up park trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to find picture perfect waterfalls. The Rainbow Falls Trail in the Smoky Mountains in particular is a beautiful and rewarding hike to venture up! Below you’ll learn all about the trail and what to expect for your hike!
Hiking up the Chimney Tops Trail is one of the most popular trails in the national park. The trail is popular due to its short length, and awesome mountain views at the top. With over 1,400 feet in elevation gain, and more than 360 stones stairs to climb the view at the top you know is bound to be spectacular! Keep reading to learn what else you can expect along this trial!
Millions of visitors travel to the Great Smoky Mountains every year! Among those visitors many people bring along their beloved pets. Unfortunately, they are prohibited from many areas in the national park. Luckily though, there are still several places dogs are allowed in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that are still fun areas for you and your pup!
In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park you’ll find over 800 miles worth of hiking trails! Some are for novice hikers and others for more experienced hikers that have rougher terrain. Some of those easier trails are perfect to bring kids along on! Below we’ve put together a list of kid friendly hikes in the Smoky Mountains to try:
If you are looking for outstanding views of the Smoky Mountains then make sure to add the Andrews Bald Trail to your next adventure list! This popular trail is well maintained, easy to navigate, and a great option when you want to bring children along. Keep reading to find out what you can expect on this trail!
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park receives over 9 million visitors a year! So you may think it’s not possible to find not-crowded places in the park. However, that’s not true! We’re sharing several hikes in the Smoky Mountains that are less crowded than others and that are wonderfully peaceful!
The Abrams Falls Trail is one of the most scenic trails you can hike in the Great Smoky Mountains! Not only will you get to see a breathtaking waterfall, but there is also the opportunity to admire wildflowers and spot your favorite wildlife. Find out everything you need to know about the Abrams Falls Trail in the Smoky Mountains.
Take a hike up the Alum Cave Trail and you’ll be treated to exciting things soon and often! From seeing mountain views to resting underneath 80 foot tall cliffs this trail never fails to be fun and exciting! Keep reading so you can know what to expect along this hike!