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Tag Archives: GSMNP
For the several decades, TEHCC has organized a summer weekend trip to Mount LeConte Lodge in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This lodge (elevation 6593 ft) can only be reached by hiking trails. Even supplies are brought in by … Continue reading
Though the trip is full for this year, there is a waiting list available. To be placed on the waiting list, please send requests to chair [at] tehcc [dot] org.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy has just put out a press release looking for volunteers to help out with their trail maintenance efforts in the Smokies. It sounds a lot like their version of Damascus Hard Core, so if you’re looking … Continue reading
Yet another week and we have you covered on all fronts. Hiking, flat water paddling, rapids paddling, and backpacking trips abound! Have a great Memorial Weekend. 4 days of backpacking in the Smokies Annual Bluestone River trip (camp and CL … Continue reading
Contact: Kent and Nancy Wilson We plan to backpack the AT from Fontana Dam to the Lost Cove Trail and then the Lakeshore Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park about 40 miles. We plan to leave Kingsport around … Continue reading
Collins Chew reporting We had a day of glorious wildflowers on the Porters Creek Trail in the Smokies. Jerry Jones did great in recommending it. The weatherman blew it again as we had only a sprinkling of rain at the … Continue reading