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Reviewed yesterday

My family set a goal of hiking the Trillium Trail to the LeConte Lodge this year, and we did it this past weekend. As a person who is not necessarily into camping or outdoor activities, I was surprised by the sense of community and hospitality...More

Thank JWTSatty
Reviewed 1 week ago

Definitely worth doing the hike to the lodge and staying the night. It's a bit pricey, and you have to book far in advance (or get on the wait list and hope someone cancels, which they did so we were able to make it), but...More

Thank Kristen M
Reviewed 1 week ago

My girlfriend and I were fortunate enough to get off the waitlist at LeConte Lodge so we hiked up to the Lodge via Alum Cave Trail and stayed for 2 nights. We're used to camping so the Lodge was actually a more luxurious change of...More

Thank JPFitz816
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Our family of five, including three children under 12 who are experienced hikers, decided to spend a couple of nights at the lodge in early spring. Even though the cost per night for our family would be equal to staying a night at the Plaza...More

Thank Mgraham8
Reviewed 16 November 2017

Entered the lottery for 5+ years, and this time we got a reservation because there was a cancellation. So excited before the trip and it was everything we hoped it would be. Took Rainbow Falls because Alum was closed. Snowed the whole way up, but...More

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CMC2003
27 September 2016|
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I agree with the comments made in this post. First, any hike made into any mountainous region needs real planning, not something based on someone's 20 year old memories. Picking a time to visit when the weather is totally... More
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"Hike to The Clifftops to see the sunset!"
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"Make no mistake - this is a very rustic lodge with bare necessities!! You carry in all your supplies except..."
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"A must do for hikers"
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"Cabin 9 is on the end, and it was very quiet."
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