Tennessee Hiking Trails
Tennessee offers some of the most beautiful hiking trails in America. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee National Forest, and many other state and national parks provide miles of hiking trails.
• Bee Rock Climbing - Bee Rock is one of the most popular climbing areas in middle Tennessee. Located on private property belonging to The Garden Inn Bed & Breakfast, the owners have been gracious enough to allow the public to continue to use this area for climbing, hiking and caving.
• Best Hiking in Tennessee - Provides a list of the most popular hiking in Tennessee
• Chimney Tops Hike
• Hiking in Tennessee by Garry Luttrell - Features many wonderful hiking trails.
• Mount LeConte - High in the Great Smoky Mountains lies a few rustic little cabins known as Leconte Lodge. It can be reached only by hiking any of five trails to the summit of one of the highest peaks in the park. Mount Leconte rises to an elevation of 6,593 feet.
• Savage Gulf - The Savage Gulf is located in central Tennessee in South Cumberland Mountains. It can be accessed from interstate 24 at the Monteagle, Tenn exit 127. Take TN 50 to TN 56, through Altamont to junction of TN 108.
• Smoky Mountains Hiking Club - Features trail stories, maps, and more.
• Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails - find hiking trails in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
• Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Canoeing Club - This is a non-profit outdoors club, founded in 1946, offering a year-round program of hiking, paddling, and other outdoor activities. A member club of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, with management and maintenance responsibility for 132 miles of the A.T. in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
• Tennessee State Parks - Tennessee State Parks provide hundreds of miles of excellent hiking trails