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The 22 Best Places to Go Hiking Near Gatlinburg, TN

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There is no better way to experience Gatlinburg, TN, and the surrounding areas than hiking the beautiful trails. Whether you are looking for a scenic hike or a physical challenge, there are many places to go hiking near Gatlinburg, TN. Here is a roundup of the 21 best hiking trails in the area.

Your Guide to Hiking Near Gatlinburg, TN

  1. Grotto Falls
    Difficulty: Easy
    Miles: 2.6
    Features: Waterfalls

  2. Laurel Falls
    Difficulty: Easy
    Miles: 2.3
    Features: Waterfalls

  3. Abrams Falls
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 5.2
    Features: Waterfalls

  4. Chimney Tops
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 3.8
    Features: Scenic views

  5. Ramsey Cascades
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 8.0
    Features: Waterfalls and forest

  6. Alum Cave
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 4.4
    Features: Scenic views

  7. Baskins Creek Falls
    Difficulty: Easy
    Miles: 3.0
    Features: Waterfalls

  8. Brushy Mountain (Trillium Gap)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 6.8
    Features: Scenic views and waterfalls

  9. Bullhead Trail
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 5.9
    Features: Scenic views

  10. Huskey Gap (Newfound Gap Rd)
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 4.2
    Features: Forest

  11. Rainbow Falls
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 5.4
    Features: Waterfalls

  12. Andrews Bald
    Difficulty: Easy
    Miles: 3.5
    Features: Scenic views

  13. Porters Creek
    Difficulty: Easy
    Miles: 4.0
    Features: Waterfalls, historical sites, and forest

  14. Charlies Bunion
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Miles: 8.1
    Features: Scenic views

  15. Mt. Cammerer
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 11.1
    Features: Scenic views and historical sites

  16. Gregory Bald (Gregory Ridge)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 11.3
    Features: Scenic views and forest

  17. Gregory Bald (Parson Branch)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 8.8
    Features: Scenic views and forest

  18. Rocky Top
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 13.9
    Features: Scenic views and Mt. Laurel

  19. Mt. LeConte (via Alum Cave)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 11.0
    Features: Scenic views

  20. Mt. LeConte (via Bullhead)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 14.4
    Features: Scenic views

  21. Mt. LeConte (Rainbow Falls)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 13.8
    Features: Scenic views and waterfalls

  22. Mt. LeConte (via Trillium Gap)
    Difficulty: Strenuous
    Miles: 13.9
    Features: Scenic views and waterfalls

From the beautiful scenic views to the majestic waterfalls, hiking near Gatlinburg is the perfect way to experience this gorgeous city. Whether you choose to do a short, easy hike like Laurel Falls or a longer more strenuous hike like Rocky Top or Mt. LeConte via the Trillium Gap, you will have the perfect place to rest your tired feet at one of Mountain Rentals of Gatlinburg’s beautiful cabins.

Immerse yourself right into the area by renting one of our cabins overlooking Mt. LeConte or the Smoky Mountains. Kear’s Mountain cabins and chalets, which offer Mt. LeConte views, are located on a ridge bought by the Kear (pronounced “CAR”) family when they moved out of what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the early 1930s. Though they have retained an old Mount LeConte View feeling, all of the rentals are located just a few minutes from downtown Gatlinburg supplying you with the best of both worlds. If you prefer a Smoky Mountain view, enjoy the beautiful and majestic sights during your stay at any of our Gatlinburg cabins with mountain views.

Taking in the scenery from your balcony or front porch while sipping your morning coffee is an experience like no other. The Great Smoky Mountains are a breathtaking sight that will make your vacation one to remember from start to finish. Choose from any of our Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain cabins and experience unparalleled views, relaxation, and endless fun.

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