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Our trails offer something for everyone … from flat, wooded forests to smooth mountain vistas to refreshing cool creeks. Stroll through the pristine woods, run through open fields full of flowers and relax while gazing at the mountains or the small cascades along the creek. Our meeting points for all hikes are located at the actual trailheads, which are near Greeneville, TN.  



1. Our Llama Farm - For events, Treehouse or Kitty Kabin glamping and llama farm visits, in Greeneville, TN

2. Horse Country Lane (next to the llama farm), in Greeneville, TN.  Not in use May-Oct.

3. Hobbit Creek Trail, near Chuckey, TN.  Not in use Jan-Feb.

4. The Burnett Gap Trail, near Del Rio, TN

We use different trails for all different types of hikes, all throughout the year,  and we choose a trail and time according to the weather and the clients specific hiking abilities. If you want a particular trail, please request it and if possible, we will book your hike on that trail.


We will EMAIL you the directions to the proper location after you make your reservation. We are a weather-related business, so possible changes may occur, like the time and/or trail. Please make sure you know the location for your specific hike and do your homework to make sure you know how long it takes to get there. There are no refunds for late arrivals and all hikes begin on time.


Should you have any questions not answered on this website, please feel free to contact us.


Trail address: 2432 Horse Creek Park Road, Chucky, TN. Located in the Cherokee National Forest in Chuckey, TN( near Greeneville).


You will cross the creek twice and get your feet wet on this trail. It is mostly flat, and fairly easy to hike. The hike is about 3 miles round trip. There is cell service at the trailhead (no cell service after we get further up in the wilderness). Restrooms and shower are available during open park hours.

Directions to the trail will be emailed to you after making your reservation.


Trail address: 900 TN Hwy 107, Greeneville, TN. Located inside the Cherokee National Forest between Greeneville, TN and Del Rio, TN.


This trail is wooded, sloped and quiet. It is slightly uphill, but not terribly steep. There will be no water crossings on this trail. There is no cell service and no restrooms. The following DIRECTIONS to the trail will be emailed to you after making your reservation:

From Greeneville, take Asheville Hwy (Hwy 70) south and pass the South Greeneville High School. Pass Hwy 351(aka 107 Cut Off) and look out for Hwy 107W. There will be a Creekside Market gas station and store. Its your last chance to get food, gas, supplies and use the restroom. Its also your last chance to have a phone signal, as you will lose as you continue to the trail.

DIRECTLY AFTER the Creekside Market, make a right on Hwy 107W and go 11 miles. You will pass the Houston Valley Recreation area (closed) and then you will see a small sign for Burnett Gap Trail on the left. If you get to Meadow Creek Road, its right across the street.

Pull into Burnett Gap Trail parking area. We will not have a phone signal, so if you are lost, I won’t be able to get a call from you. However, if you need to call and leave a message that I will get later, the phone number is 423-426-7626. 



Trail address: 1516 Foxford Rd, Greeneville, TN


This is a quiet, paved road mostly flat with one steep hill, and has some mountain views. There are no water crossings. This trail is located next to the llama farm. There is an outhouse-style bathroom on the llama farm, but no bathrooms along the road. Cell service is available.  This trail is only used in cooler weather, due to no shade and no water source for the llamas.

Directions to the trail will be emailed to you after making your reservation.

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