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Appalachian Trail Conference
P.O. Box 807, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 25425
A scenic, 70-mile portion of the 2,174-mile Appalachian Trail, which stretches from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine, meanders through Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Visitors to Great Smoky Mountains National Park can enjoy the perfect day hike along the Appalachian Trail, which is the longest marked trail in the world. The Appalachian Trail winds through 14 states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia, 8 national forests, 6 national parks and more than 60 state parks. Rustic cabins are located approximately every 14 miles apart throughout the trail. For more information about the Appalachian Trail, visit

107 Park Headquarters Road, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers more than 850 miles of hiking trails, ranging from easy to strenuous. Some of the most popular trails include Abrams Falls Trail (5 miles round trip), Alum Cave Bluffs Trail (11 miles), Andrews Bald Trail (3.6 miles), Chasteen Creek Falls (4 miles), Chimney Tops Trail (4 miles), Grotto Falls Trail (3 miles), Hen Wallow Falls Trail (4 miles), Laurel Falls Trail (4 miles) Boogerman Loop Trail (7 miles), Noland Creek Trail (6 miles) and Ramsey Cascades Trail (8 miles). Don’t miss the opportunity to take a short but steep, half-mile hike along a paved walkway up to a 54-foot-tall observation tower that sits atop 6,643-foot Clingmans Dome – the highest point in the Smoky Mountains. You will be rewarded for your efforts with a panoramic view of the Smokies (on a clear day, that is!). For more information about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, visit

4413 Scenic Drive East, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
Take a guided tour of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and experience firsthand why the Smokies are one of the most scenic natural landscapes in the world! A Walk in the Woods provides a wide variety of interpretive nature walks and hikes, as well as a hiker shuttle service, Appalachian Trail support, guided backpacking trips, seminars, classes and more. For more information about A Walk in the Woods, visit