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Hiking, Smoky Mountains, Southeast / 20.04.2012

The following is an itinerary for a prospective hike. Day 1 - Little River Rd Meigs Creek Trailhead, South 3.5 mi on Meigs Creek Trail, 6.0 mi east on Meigs Mountain Trail, 2.9 mi south on Jakes Creek Trail, South on Miry Ridge Trail to Campsite 26 (Dripping Spring Mountain, elev. 4400 ft) - approx. distance 14 mi. Day 2 - Miry Ridge Trail south 0.5 mi approx., Lynn Camp Prong Trail west (right), 3.7 mi, Middle Prong Trail north (right) 4.1 mi to Trail head, Return to Meigs Creek...

Hiking, Smoky Mountains, Southeast / 20.04.2012

Planned hike April 21-22, 2012 Weather forecast - Thunderstorms on Saturday, Rain on Sunday, Low of 33 deg F Itinerary Day 1 -  Round Bottom to Hyatt Ridge trailhead on Straight Fork Rd via bicycle, Hyatt Ridge Trail 1.9 mi west, Enloe Creek Trail 7.2 mi round trip (west then east), Hyatt Ridge Trail 2.6 mi north to Campsite 44 (McGee Spring, elev 5040 ft). Day 2 - Hyatt Ridge Trail 0.9 mi south, Beech Gap Trail 2.8 mi to Round Bottom [slideshow] Saturday, April 21, 2012 I hid my pack behind a tree near the parking lot...

Hiking, Smoky Mountains, Southeast / 16.04.2012

[caption id="attachment_340" align="alignleft" width="861"] The Route - Middle Prong to Panther Creek to Miry Ridge and return via Greenbrier Ridge Trail[/caption] Saturday, February 25th 2012 - 12.3 mi (approx 14.3 mi including wrong turn) At Middle Prong Little River trailhead near Tremont I started the hike without my usual hiking poles. The wide smooth pathway leading up Middle Prong seemed the way to go until I spied a sign about 100 feet down the trail. It stated that their were nice waterfalls sights along the creek to enjoy for people who wanted to...