Rock Climbing in the Smoky Mountains National Park

Get to grips with the wild and colourful Smoky Mountains

Explore the Great Smoky Mountains that straddle the state border between North Carolina and Tennessee. Part of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which is also part of the larger Appalachian Mountain range, the Smoky Mountains hold such breathtaking beauty, quality climbs, and vibrant wildlife that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit between May and September for ideal rock climbing conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Rock Climbing in Smoky Mountains National Park

The Smoky Mountains National Park holds an abundance of rock climbing spots and routes. High cliffs, steep slopes, and an abundance of wild beauty cover the park. Come here to climb quality rocks, but also come for interesting training courses. Upgrade your climbing capabilities such as how to place and remove traditional gear, hang belays and improve your technical movements.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+1

Language

English

Currency

US dollar

Best time to visit

Visit between May and September for ideal rock climbing conditions

What’s the weather like?

The mountain range rises from the surrounding low terrain, which means that it receives a high amount of rain and snow

More info about Rock Climbing in Smoky Mountains National Park:

Standing along the state border between North Carolina and Tennessee in the southeast of the US are the Great Smoky Mountains. The mountain range is part of the larger Appalachian Mountains, and is mostly protected within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The high point of the Smokies is Clingmans Dome, which rises to 2,025 meters above sea level, making it the highest peak in Tennessee

 

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