Hall Bend Trail is a 5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Loudon, Tennessee that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
The Hall's Bend (Boy Scout) trail is an excellent hiking trail right here in Tellico Village. The trail is located in the north end of the Village. It follows the Tellico Lake shoreline for the first part of the trail and then climbs several steep hills to offer some great winter views of Tellico.
Such a cool adventure, start to finish. Tons to explore along the coast of the water. Little peninsulas you can wander out onto for 360 views of water. :) take the dogs!
Beautiful lake views. Nice peaceful walk.
It was a good hike. Great views.
Easy trail with some small hills, but on a beautiful day it's very well worth it.
I got to walk this with my 5 year old son. It was great for both of us. Beautiful views and I loved the benches placed along the trail.
Easy to access, some nice rolling hills and climbs for flavor, and can jump in the lake for a cool down after hot day excursion!
This is a nice easy 5 mile trail in the TVA Hall Bend Small Wild Area. The trail is well marked once your get into the woods with a single white blaze. This trail is dog friendly and you should expect to see most dogs off their leash. This trail gives great views of Tellico lake for the first approximately 2/3rds of the trail. The last third of the trail takes you back to the trailhead and parallels Tellico Parkway. There are no lake views on this part of the trail and you will hear cars traveling on the parkway. This trail is maintained by BSA Troop 354 and they do a great job. I walked the trail yesterday, 10SEP16, and they were installing a bridge across a drainage ditch. There are better trails than this to hike in the GSMNP but if you live in the Lenoir City area you should give this trail a try.
The trail was flat mostly with good views of lake and sunset. The trail easily leads into another if you aren't watching for the yellow tree markers