Hiking in the Smokies

Smoky Mountain

Hiking Trails

We are the most visited National Park and for a very good reason: The Great Smoky Mountain National Park offers 522,427 acres of magical adventure. Inside the Park, there is 70 miles of the famous Appalachian Trail, the rustic LeConte Lodge and almost 800 acres of hiking trails of for every level of hiking enthusiast. From waterfall trails, to the highest peaks, an adventure awaits at the end of every Smoky Mountain trail.

Hiking Trails in the Great Smoky Mountains at The Ridge Outdoor Resort

Top Trails To Hike

Hard: Mt.LeConte, Mt.Cammerer, Gregory’s Bald

Moderate: Laurel Falls, Abrams Falls, Porters Creek

Easy: Kephart Prong, Laurel Falls, Porter Creek,Clingman’s Dome

Experience The Ridge

The Ridge Outdoor Resort is the #1 Smoky Mountain Outdoor & RV Resort. Located in the Heart of the Great Smoky Mountain, featuring Top Amenities and Family Friendly Resort Activities.