Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Project Name:Chimney Tops Trail
- Project Partner:Friends of the Smokies
- Total Needed for Project:$200,000
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Legacy Project: Chimney Tops Trail
Chimney Tops Trail, one of the most popular trails in the Smokies, offers hikers spectacular views. However, the trail is steep and receives 80+ inches of rain each year resulting in extreme erosion and leads to dangerous hiking conditions. This project supports the second phase of a three-year technical trail reconstruction effort to rebuild and create a more sustainable operation for this popular park experience.
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