Bote Mountain was made for serious hikers who want to access the Appalachian Trail, but it’s also in a convenient spot for folks who want a sturdy hike without driving deep into the national park.
Don’t ditch your hiking gear just because of the cooler temperatures—winter is actually one of the best times to hike in Tennessee.
One of Tennessee’s most beloved day-use parks, Cummins Falls offers an adventurous, but serene, journey into the heart of the state’s eighth-largest waterfall (in volume).
When the weather gets warmer and the cicadas begin to hum, we Tennesseans know it’s time to get outside! So fill up that water bottle and grab a friend, because it’s time to get outdoors.
Take your family for a walk in the woods on child-friendly hiking trails in Tennessee. Fresh air, exercise and quality time together make for an excellent outdoor adventure.
If you find the idea of going on your first hike intimidating, read these tips before you hit the trail.
Read about some of Tennessee’s best historic hiking trails to visit this fall.
An enthusiast’s guide to four Smoky Mountain hiking trails from basic to challenging.
Here’s a list of the best hiking trails in Tennessee where you can see beautiful flowering plants this season.
Chad McDaniel, a behavioral health expert with BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, explains why you might want to turn the volume up a little when you need a boost.