Only ten miles from Knoxville, House Mountain is located in Corryton, Tennessee. It’s the highest peak in Knox County, with an elevation of 2110-feet above sea level.
With seasonably warm temperatures, yesterday, I hiked approximately five miles and enjoyed a display of colorful autumn foliage. From a base elevation of 1000-feet, I ascended the White Trail, which ends at the West End Overlook and features views toward Knoxville, the Great Smoky Mountains and the Cumberland Mountains out toward Oak Ridge.
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Here are photographs from along the trail to the West End Overlook:
On top of House Mountain, the 1.5 mile Crest Trail allows hikers to traverse a scenic ridge. Here are a few photographs:
At the end of the line, the East End Overlook provides a view of Clinch Mountain, the parent of House Mountain, and the ridge and valley toward Blaine and Rutledge. Here are a few photographs from the East End Overlook:
With expansive views and several flat rocks available for seating, I enjoyed a snack and conversation with other hikers before backtracking to the Blue Trail, to begin my descent.
This photograph was taken along the Blue Trail:
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