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My friends at Go Smokies have great tips for hiking trails in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. With hundreds upon hundreds of miles of marked trails, where do you begin to learn the best trails? Hands down, the locals strongly recommend the “bible” of Smoky Mountain hiking – The Third Edition of Hiking Trails of the Smokies includes new trail profile charts, expanded and updated trail narratives, and revised, more-accurate trail mileages.

Hiking Trails of the SmokiesThe guidebook covers all 150 official trails in Great Smoky Mountains National Park with in-depth narratives and invaluable profile charts that show mileage, elevation change, and major stream crossings at a glance. Includes information on all backcountry campsites, shelters, regulations and permit/reservation information. New edition includes Mountains-to-Sea Trail and handy pocket in the back cover to hold park map. Printed on special lightweight paper. Pocket-sized. 584 pages at the Great Smoky Mountains Association’s Bookstore

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