Mount Sterling Lookout - 5,842'

Great Smoky Mountains Hikes


Great Smoky Mountains National Park comprises over half a million acres of some of the wildest and most rugged mountain terrain in the Southeast.  Over 850 miles of trail crisscross the park allowing ample opportunity for hikers to explore summits, valleys, and rivers alike.  It is a truly magnificent part of our National Park System and one that I never get bored of visiting.  In these albums you'll be able to come along with me on my many forays into the Great Smoky Mountains.  If you have never been, hopefully this taste will convince you otherwise...


Adventure Log:  121.9 miles

CLICK HERE for a Google map of hikes in these albums...



Great Smoky Mountains Hikes by Difficulty


Mt. LeConte via Alum Cave  (19.90)

Mt. Cammerer  (17.21)

Charlie's Bunion & The Jumpoff  (12.94)


Ramsey Cascades  (12.38)

Enloe Creek Falls  (12.00)

Shuckstack Lookout Tower  (11.20)


Mt Sterling Lookout  (9.40)

Rainbow Falls  (8.52)

Andrews Bald  (8.00)

Chimney Tops  (7.52)


Porter's Creek Trail  (6.20)

Goldmine Loop & The Road to Nowhere  (6.00)

Mouse Creek Falls  (5.50)


Grotto Falls  (4.16)

Deep Creek Waterfall Loop  (3.70)