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Perfect location for a nice walk during the day or the evening hours with a lighted trail. Relatively flat for this part of Tennessee.
Out-and-back route covers a big portion of the Alcoa-Maryville Greenway system. Much is lighted for evening walks. The long route allows participants bragging rights for completing a half marathon.
Hiking the A.T. is not for everyone, but doing even a short section is challenging and greatly satisfying. There are numerous points to hike up to the A.T. in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Experience a bit of history, the environment of a small town, and an easy walk.
An easy hike out and back from the busy streets of Gatlingburg into the forest of the Smoky Mountains National Park. Nature and some of the human history of this mountain area.
The classic tourist town with a chance to spend money on things you want but don't need. From Moonshine tastings to fudge shops, how could you go wrong.
The natural beauty of the Smokies with interesting human history of the time before this was a National Park. One of the easiest trails in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
While a challenging out-and-back on the A.T., it has one of the easiest accesses to the trail. Ups-and-downs with rocks and roots, this is a good A.T. experience.
5 km and 10 km walks through and around downtown Knoxville, TN. Physical walk box is located at the starting point, the Knoxville Visitors Center. OSB available.
See another side of this southern city with neighborhoods developed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Lots of microbreweries, restaurants, coffee shops, and even a food truck park.
7 km and 10 km walks in downtown Knoxville, TN which wind through the University of Tennessee campus. Physical walk box is located at the Knoxville Visitors Center. On Line Start Box is available.
Stunning views of the Smoky Mountains and over 190 species of birds. Rolling hills and natural trails. Couldn't get much better than this.
An easy walk with some local history and the beautiful campus of Maryville College. Nice mix of city street and greenway walking.
Get a feel for what in must have been like to live and work in a city that "didn't exist" during WW2. One third of the Manhattan Project National Historic Park.
Nice pleasant walk though a town of Tennessee firsts (newspaper) and oldests - courthouse, inn, and post office. Amazing number of homes and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places
An easy walk along a greenway with a bit of history and a bit of nature,
Enjoy natural trails with a tour through a British fort and the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians