Cherokee
National Forest

The Cherokee National Forest is a large National Forest created on June 14, 1920 and managed by the U.S. Forest Service and encompassing some 655,598 acres (2,653.11 km2).
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Hike the Appalachian Trail at Max Patch, a grassy, bald mountain that’s covered …
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Explore Jacks River Falls, a stunning, roaring, rocky waterfall in Georgia's Coh…
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Hike the Roan Highlands in winter at sunrise on the Appalachian Trail, hiking Ca…
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Drift the Watauga for a Day Trip with the Experts
I’m not a professional guide and can honestly only describe myself as a novice fly fisherman.  What I CAN speak with certain authority is the amount of amazing fun I had riding in Mr. Jon “Hoop” Hooper’s drift boat from the South Holston River Lodge guide service.  He and a number of other…
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Hike to Roan High Knob on the Appalachian Trail from Carvers Gap, climbing throu…
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As you're driving to the area, keep a sharp eye out. The trailhead is right on t…
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Max Patch Mountain, simply known as Max Patch, is hands down one of the most bea…
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Max Patch Mountain (part of the Pisgah National Forest) is a bald mountain rough…
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The hike to Coon Den Falls is consistently cool, damp and shady, rhododendrons l…
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