One wouldn't think that only 27 miles in the same forest would warrant much of a chance of scenery, but this trail is a rarity. The beginning along the Conasauga River is lush green with Beech and Maple trees towering over the Flame Azaleas and Chinese Bush Clovers. As you begin to climb, Eastern White Pine start to take over with the floor opening up. Just like that, you enter into a forest of Rhododendrons with no view in either direction. Along the eastern side toward Chestnut Ridge, large vines swing from tree to tree, giving the feel of being in a true rainforest. Throughout its entirety, you will find incredible camping opportunities as well. Not enough can be said for trail that will take you by surprise.
By clicking "ACCEPT", you agree to be the terms and conditions of each policy linked to above. You also agree to the storing of cookies on your device to facilitate the operation and functionality of our site, enhance and customize your user experience, and to analyze how our site is used.