Tim Hill

Knoxville

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  1. Honey Creek Loop, Big South Fork

    Knoxville

    Touted as the most challenging trail in the Big South Fork, the Honey Creek Loop trail will certainly test your hiking mettle. Though the loop itself is only 5.5 miles, it can easily take 4 to 5 hours to complete. The trail contains all of the classic features expected from the Big South Fork and Cumberland Plateau region; towering cliff-faces, mysterious rock houses, hidden waterfalls, deep woodlands, and grand overlooks.

  2. Cades Cove Loop, GSMNP

    Knoxville

    Run or bike the 11 mile loop road that circles this deeply rooted and fabled valley in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

  3. Cumberland Gap National Historic Park

    Knoxville

    Once the gateway to the west for 18th and 19th century Americans, the famous Gap is now a small and relatively unknown National Monument nestled in the corner of three states. Miles of mountain laurel-lined ridgeline, a giant sand cave and several grand overlooks await the next generation of pioneers.

  4. Pickett State Park

    Knoxville

    Dark skies, miles of trails, sandstone natural wonders and small crowds make this Tennessee State Park the perfect staging ground for exploring the wilds of the Cumberland Plateau.