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Sugarlands Valley Nature Loop Trail

0.7 Miles
Easy
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Trail added on:
September 06, 2017
Updated on:
January 23, 2020

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The Sugarlands Valley Nature Loop Trail is a small 0.7 mile loop hike at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Gatlinburg, TN. The trail itself is far more interesting than the name suggests - the Sugarlands Valley used to be a settlement of private properties that was eventually given away to the national park.

On this trail you'll find the remains of two homesteads - the only remaining features are two fireplaces and a stonewall right on the trail.

The trail also runs next to a creek that cuts through the Sugarlands Valley. There are benches along the creek and along the trail itself.

The trail is concrete and fully accessible except for the creek's banks.


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Surface Type

Universal Access

Season

Summer

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35.679324, -83.531214

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29 '

Total Change
40 '

Ascent
43 '

Descent
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0.7 miles
Trail added
September 06, 2017
Updated on
January 23, 2020

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