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Family Hiking in the Smokies is specifically geared toward taking children on excursions into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park-the most visited national park in the United States. The park offers much to its nearly ten million annual visitors. For families who seek fun along with educational recreation, the park boasts splendid views and enormous biological diversity.
Hal Hubbs, Charles Maynard, and David Morris have hiked together and with their families for many years. The three friends formed Panther Press, which originally published Waterfalls and Cascades of the Great Smoky Mountains, along with many other titles on natural history, particularly in the Smokies. Hal, Charles, and David have worked as volunteers in the Smokies and have hiked in many national parks throughout the country. But as long-time East Tennessee residents, they especially want families to enjoy the trails of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Table of Contents
|Statement from the Authors||p. ix|
|Tips for Family Hiking||p. xi|
|Great Smoky Mountains National Park||p. xvii|
|Midnight Hole and Mouse Creek Falls||p. 3|
|Mt. Sterling||p. 5|
|Little Cataloochee||p. 6|
|Caldwell Fork and Boogerman Loop||p. 8|
|Woody House||p. 10|
|Hen Wallow Falls||p. 13|
|Mount Cammerer||p. 14|
|Albright Grove||p. 16|
|Ramsey Cascades||p. 22|
|Porters Creek Trail and Fern Branch Falls||p. 23|
|Gatlinburg Trail||p. 24|
|Sugarlands Valley Trail||p. 25|
|Cataract Falls||p. 26|
|Laurel Falls-Cove Mountain Fire Tower||p. 26|
|Jakes Creek Falls||p. 28|
|Little River and Cucumber Gap||p. 29|
|Huskey Branch Falls||p. 30|
|Litde Greenbrier School and Walker Sisters' House||p. 31|
|Rainbow Falls||p. 34|
|Grotto Falls and Brushy Mountain||p. 34|
|Baskins Creek Falls||p. 36|
|Chimney Tops||p. 40|
|Alum Cave to Mt. LeConte||p. 42|
|Charlies Bunion and die Jumpoff||p. 44|
|Clingmans Dome Tower||p. 49|
|Andrews Bald||p. 51|
|Upper Meigs Falls||p. 55|
|Lynn Camp Prong||p. 56|
|Rich Mountain Loop||p. 57|
|Spence Field||p. 59|
|Abrams Falls||p. 60|
|Gregory Bald||p. 62|
|Look Rock Tower||p. 65|
|Kephart Prong||p. 69|
|Smokemont Loop||p. 70|
|Oconaluftee Cherokee||p. 72|
|Flat Creek||p. 73|
|Mingo Falls||p. 74|
|Juney Whank Falls||p. 75|
|Indian Creek Falls||p. 76|
|Twentymile Creek Cascade||p. 79|
|Shuckstack Fire Tower||p. 80|
|Nature and Historical Trails||p. 83|
|Car Travel and Auto Tours||p. 87|
|Picnicking in the Smokies||p. 91|
|Backpacking with Children||p. 95|
|Things to Do for Overnight Trips||p. 97|
|Hike Index||p. 101|
|Mileage Chart||p. 105|
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