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Kephart Prong Trail – Great Smoky Mountain

Great Smoky Mountain National Park is America's most visited national park. With 150 official trails, this national park is a hiker's paradise. While Kephart Prong Trail may not be the park's most popular trail, it is a lovely place to explore and experience a bit of park history. Access to Kephart Prong Trail is located… Continue reading Kephart Prong Trail – Great Smoky Mountain

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Alum Cave Bluff Trail

Great Smoky Mountain National Park is vast. Covering over 800 square miles, the hiking possibilities in the Smokies are endless. One of the park's most popular is Alum Cave Bluff Trail. The Alum Cave Bluff trail is located 9 miles south of the Sugarlands Visitor Center on Newfound Gap Road (Highway 441). There are two… Continue reading Alum Cave Bluff Trail

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5 Sensational Great Smoky Mountain Trails

Great Smoky Mountains is by far the country's most visited national park. (It beat Zion by almost 9 million visitors!) This park is known for its biodiversity. On your next visit, be sure to check out these 5 Smoky Mountain trails. Hiking is a fantastic way to experience the park's extraordinary plant and animal life.… Continue reading 5 Sensational Great Smoky Mountain Trails

View rock spires and trees on Sunday Gulch Trail
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Custer State Park Sunday Gulch Trail

Of the many things to see and do in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Custer State Park is at the top of my list. Its beauty rivals that of many national parks. The best way to experience Custer State Park is on foot. And a hike on Sunday Gulch Trail is a great way… Continue reading Custer State Park Sunday Gulch Trail