After hearing from numerous friends over the years about LeConte, I was able to secure, after hundreds of phone calls the day reservations opened up, a Saturday night stay in a 2-bedroom lodge for myself and 6 girlfriends. Though nervous for over a year about...続きを読む
We visited for two nights in August 2016. It was my husband and I plus our kids ages 10 and 12. While we are fit and active people, we did not train or prepare extra for the hike. It was fine, but as all other...続きを読む
5th visit. Hiked from Newfound Gap up Boulevard Trail 8 miles up and down to summit. Stayed in small cabin and enjoyed to solitude and ambiance rustic as it was. Love the sleeping and the big, filling meals. Weather is a constant - always changing...続きを読む
After years of lottery and waitlist requests, finally got a one-night reservation on short notice. This hike/stay was on my bucket list and honestly I had mixed reactions to various facets of the experience... I am appreciative of the opportunity to complete this item but...続きを読む
This is the most ridiculous review I have ever read. Hiking to Mt LeConte and staying in the lodge is an incredible experience. Any reasonable adult making reservations here would read the reservation policy and take the personal responsibility to understand the situation. The website clearly explains the policy and encourages you to consider travel insurance. It is a rustic lodge at the top of a mountain with few employees, not a resort with a customer service team!
Sorry - this was not a question. It was a comment on the terrible review from the woman from Atlanta.
We are thinking about going over Memorial Weekend next year. How is the weather usually at the top of the mountain at the end of May? My friends think that May may be too cold.
I reserved an 8 man cabin in September at Mt Leconte Lodge, because that was the only thing available when I could go. Is there some site I could go to look for others who may want to share it with us?