Appalachian Trail

Appalachian Trail The Appalachian Trail is a 2,181-mile-long public footpath that runs from Maine to Georgia. Enjoyed by 4 million people annually, the trail is appealing to all ages and abilities. The trail passes through 14 states in the eastern U.S. and offers hikers spectacular scenery, enjoyable exercise, and the opportunity for adventure.

Paint Creek

Paint Creek Hiking Trail Length: 2.72 miles Trail Beginning: 1680 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 1920 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: Moderate Average Trail Time: 3-4 hours

Paint Mountain

Paint Mountain Hiking Trail Length: 9.48 Miles Trail Beginning; 1240 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 2300 feet in elevation Use: Hiking, Limited Horse Average Trail Time: 7-8 hours

Gum Springs

Gum Springs Hiking Trail Length: 1.33 miles Trail Beginning: 1800 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 2440 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: More Difficult Average Trail Time: 2-3 hours

Margarette Falls

Margarette Falls Hiking Trail Length: 0.70 miles Trail Beginning: 2200 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 2600 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: Easiest Average Trail Time: 1-2 hours

Davis Creek

Davis Creek Hiking Trail Length: 2.80 miles Trail Beginning: 3080 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 1840 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: More Difficult Average Trail Time: 3-4 hours

Little Paint

Little Paint Creek Hiking Trail Length: 3.03 miles Trail Beginning: 2200 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 2920 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: More Difficult Average Trail Time: 4-5 hours

Scarlet Oak

Scarlet Oak Hiking Trail Length: .20 miles Trail Beginning: 1800 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 1800 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: Easiest Average Trail Time: 0.5 hours

Squibb Creek

Squibb Creek Hiking Trail Length: 1.95 miles Trail Beginning: 1800 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 2800 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: More Difficult Average Trail Time: 2-3 hours

Turkeypen Cove

Turkeypen Cove Hiking Trail Length: 1.98 miles Trail Beginning: 2000 feet in elevation Trail Ending: 3400 feet in elevation Use: Hiking Difficulty: Most Difficult Average Trail Time: 2-3 hours