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Hannah Mountain Trail

  My greatgrandfather was Chris Columbus Hannah.His wife was Martha Huffstetler.They raised myGranpaw George L Hannah at Carpenters Campground.Gramps oftened talked as if the Mt. was a part of their family.I have never visited but hope to go to the mountain someday.
Says Jim Mckeehan

I wanted to add a little more info , My family was one of the first familys that settled in the Cataloochee area of Western North Carolina. We had a cousin named Mark
    Hannah that used to be a Park Ranger he also made sure all the info on all of the familys that lived there was recorded,and he helped the familys relocate I dont know if this is the same Mark Hannah ?? But I do think that the two
familys are connected . I hope that you all do get to visit Blount Co TENN, but I hope you'll look into the Cataloochee area of Western North Carolina . There is a driving tour through the valley you can stop at the beginning and buy a guide it tells all about the founding familys . I am not sure if you can get the same info on line or not . You might come across  the Cataloochee Ski Resort it is in the area but not what I am talking about so look for something  
called The Hannah house . Good luck to all that is trying to find info.
Says Dawn Hannah Shelley

My Dad's name is Tommy Noland Hannah and his parents names were Fred Hannah and Gracey Hannah . I still live in Haywood county North Carolina. I found this web site and thought I would make my mark . I love living here there is so much Hannah history here.
Says Dawn Hannah Shelley

My family originated in Blount Co., TN. I'd love to visit this area sometime, do some family research and see if I can find any Hannah's still around the area.
Says Mark Hannah

I can not wait to see the mountain. My family lived there in the mid 1800's and I want to see the area for myself.
Says Jason Hannah



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These outdoors activities are available near Hannah Mountain Trail.
 Trails Near Hannah Mountain Trail:
South Fork Citico Trail, Monroe County , 14 miles away
Indian Boundary Lake Trail, Monroe County , 16 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Hannah Mountain Trail:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Flint Gap, Tallassee , 1 miles away
Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Scott Gap, Tallassee , 2 miles away
Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Rabbit Creek, Tallassee , 2 miles away
Abrams Creek Campground, Blount County , 3 miles away
Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Little Bottoms, Tallassee , 3 miles away
 Whitewater Near Hannah Mountain Trail:
Abrams Creek, Blount County , 5 miles away, Class I-III - 18 miles long (Cades Cove to US Route 127)
Yellow Creek, Graham County , 8 miles away, Class IV-V - 1.1 miles long (SR 1242 to US 129)
Cheoah River, Graham County , 10 miles away, Class IV-V - 7.1 miles long (Grocery Store to Calderwood Lake Boat Launch)
Slickrock Creek, Graham/ County , 10 miles away, Class III-V - 6.5 miles long (Big Fat Gap to Lake Cheoh)
Doublecamp Creek, Monroe County , 11 miles away, Class IV - 3.17 miles long (to Citico Creek)
 Public Lands Near Hannah Mountain Trail:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg - TN , 29 miles away
Obed Wild & Scenic River, Wartburg - TN , 56 miles away
Fort Loudoun State Park, Tennessee , 20 miles away
Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina , 38 miles away
 Hotels Near Hannah Mountain Trail:
Highland Manor Inn And Conference Center, Townsend , 10 miles away
Dancing Bear Lodge, Townsend , 12 miles away
Butterfly Gap Retreat, Maryville , 12 miles away
Luxbury Inn And Suites, Maryville , 12 miles away
Tremont Lodge & Resort, Townsend , 13 miles away
 Lakes Near Hannah Mountain Trail
Fontana Lake, Swain County , 10 miles away
Santeetlah Lake, Graham County , 10 miles away

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