TrailHike-Appalachian Trail - Great Smoky Mountains Trail Fall Colors
Hiking Tours / Air and Land
Saturday, October 17, 2020, 7:00 AM to Saturday, October 24, 2020, 9:00 PM
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Oct 17, 2020
Departure flight from Toronto Person Int (YYZ)
Airport - TBD
Arrive at Knoxville, USA (TYS)
Pickup rental minivan - 2.
Accommodation - TBD
MIDDLE PRONG TRAIL - Highest Elevation: 3046 Feet. This lovely, low elevation hike begins in the Tremont region of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This hike you can see lots of beautiful waterfalls and cascades. These are especially gorgeous in autumn since fallen yellow and orange leaves add stunning accents to the creeks and cascades. If you have time. Spruce Flats Falls Hiking Trail that begins at the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont to see a 20-ft tall waterfall and several mountain views. Roundtrip Length: 8.3 Miles (13.3km)
Oct 18, 2020
MT. CAMMERER - Standing at an elevation of 4928 feet, the summit of Mt. Cammerer sits on the edge of a rocky outcropping overlooking the Pigeon River Gorge. Roundtrip length: 11.1 Miles (17.7km)
Oct 19, 2020
ALUM CAVE TRAIL TO MOUNT LE CONTE- Highest elevation: 6593 feet, hikers will have to climb 2763 feet, and hike 5.5 miles from the Alum Cave Trailhead. Roundtrip length: 11.0 Miles (17.7km)
Oct 20, 2020
CLINGMANS DOME - There you will be treated to the highest point, not only on the Appalachian Trail, but in all of Tennessee at 6,643 feet.
Oct 21, 2020
RAMSEY CASCADES TRAIL - Not only does this hike go to the tallest waterfall in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but it also passes through some stunning sections of old-growth forest. In fact, Several Tulip Poplars on this trail are greater than 8-ft in diameter and are around 100 years old.
Oct 22, 2020
GREGORY BALD TRAIL - Highest elevation: 4949 feet, is an excellent place to view the changing colors of fall. From the top of Gregory's Bald, you'll witness uninterrupted views of Cades Cove and mountains in the Southeastern part of the park. Roundtrip length: 11.3 Miles (18.1km)
Oct 23, 2020
THE CHIMNEY TOPS - Highest elevation: 4753 feet. This short hike is only 2 miles in length, but it's really one of the most challenging hikes in the park. This is due to its steep route, which climbs some 1,400 feet to the Chimney Tops rock outcropping. Roundtrip length: 3.3 Miles (5.3km)
Oct 24, 2020
Departure flight from Knoxville Airport to Toronto Pearson Int. TBD