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Albright Grove Trail -ls an American hiking trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Cocke County, Tennessee. Rising from the outskirts of the Cosby community, the trail ascends Maddron Bald, a 5,212-foot (1,589 m) mountain crowned by one of the park's most substantial heath balds. The trail also provides access to Albright Grove, a patch of old growth hardwood forest that contains some of the oldest and tallest trees in the Smokies.  2013

Albright Grove Trail -ls an American hiking trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Cocke County, Tennessee. Rising from the outskirts of the Cosby community, the trail ascends Maddron Bald, a 5,212-foot (1,589 m) mountain crowned by one of the park's most substantial heath balds. The trail also provides access to Albright Grove, a patch of old growth hardwood forest that contains some of the oldest and tallest trees in the Smokies. 2013

Goldmine Loop-Access from Cherokee/Deep Creek-5.8 Miles Roundtrip

Goldmine Loop-Access from Cherokee/Deep Miles Roundtrip

Crowning the Mt. Sterling Ridge, 5842 foot Mt. Sterling is another of the tall peaks that give the Great Smoky Mountains their character. Located in the far eastern area of the national park, the 7-mile Mt. Sterling Ridge rims the scenic Cataloochee Valley to the southeast. There are trails to the summit of Mt. Sterling from every direction, but the shortest and steepest begins at Mt. Sterling Gap on the east side. This six mile round trip climbs nearly 2000 feet through  dense mixed forest.

rowning the Mount Sterling Ridge, 5842 foot Mount Sterling is another of the tall peaks that give the Great Smoky Mountains their character. Located in the far eastern area of the national park in …

Metcalf Bottoms, located between Gatlinburg and Townsend, Tennessee on Little River Road, is one of the most popular picnic areas in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.  With picnic tables scattered under a canopy of cool shade trees along the Little Greenbrier River, Metcalf Bottoms is the perfect place to spend a lazy Smoky Mountain summer afternoon. #Smokies #Gatlinburg #Tennessee

Metcalf Bottoms, located between Gatlinburg and Townsend, Tennessee on Little River Road, is one of the most popular picnic areas in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. I lovelovelove it here.

Sugarland Mountain Trail-7 Miles Roundtrip-Access from Clingmans Dome Road in the Smokies!

Sugarland Mountain Miles Roundtrip-Access from Clingmans Dome Road in the Smokies!

Get a beautiful view of Cades Cove by hiking the Lumber Ridge Trail in Townsend, TN. The Lumber Ridge Trail is the perfect hike if you're looking for a little peace, quiet and solitude.

Get a beautiful view of Cades Cove by hiking the Lumber Ridge Trail in Townsend, TN. The Lumber Ridge Trail is the perfect hike if you're looking for a little peace, quiet and solitude.

Bullhead Trail, Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, Smoky Mountains, 6 miles, Moderate difficulty rating

Bullhead Trail - Bullhead Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains

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