Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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.

Chimney Tops Trail
Friends of the Smokies

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Support Legacy Projects that help preserve and improve America’s national parks. Please to help make a lasting impact for parks, and help ensure that future generations will be able to experience the history and culture of these treasured places.

The National Park Foundation Legacy Project pilot program is one of the many ways NPF is investing in the future of our national parks. Your gift will help this project and others supported by NPF.

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