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The Great Smoky Mountain National Park Tour by Helicopter
"The National Park Tour is the grand daddy of them all! With over fourty years flying in the Smoky Mountain National Park Scenic Helicopter Tours knows how to make it a special experience you are sure to never forget! The best part of this flight is the v with the National Park including all of our mountain flights and then some. Taking off over historic downtown Sevierville you are instantly greeted with stunning views of the Smoky Mountains. The flight continues over the strip of Pigeon Forge while taki Fighting Creek Gap and into the Elkmont area of the park. With views of Mount Leconte Clingmans Dome and Cove Mountain you will round out of the Elkmont area and follow the Little River to Metcalf Bottoms and on to the sparsely developed areas of the always beautiful Wears Valley and Walden's Creek. The National Park flight route then falls in line with"""This flight includes the Mountain Valley
From $173.00
 
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park Tour by Helicopter
"The National Park Tour is the grand daddy of them all! With over fourty years flying in the Smoky Mountain National Park Scenic Helicopter Tours knows how to make it a special experience you are sure to never forget! The best part of this flight is the v with the National Park including all of our mountain flights and then some. Taking off over historic downtown Sevierville you are instantly greeted with stunning views of the Smoky Mountains. The flight continues over the strip of Pigeon Forge while taki Fighting Creek Gap and into the Elkmont area of the park. With views of Mount Leconte Clingmans Dome and Cove Mountain you will round out of the Elkmont area and follow the Little River to Metcalf Bottoms and on to the sparsely developed areas of the always beautiful Wears Valley and Walden's Creek. The National Park flight route then falls in line with"""This flight includes the Mountain Valley
From $173.00
 
Haunted Walking Tour of Gatlinburg
"Check in a half hour before the start of the tour in the Lobby of Holiday Inn's Smokey Mountain Resort of course your parking there is free. You will then start your 1 mile long walking tour and learn lots of local history and folklore and visit many of Gatlinburgs more ""interesting"" and notorious places. You will learn not only what happened but walk t victims con artists and self promoters. see Photographs taken by others on the tour of everything from orbs to full blown ghostly apparitions. At the end of your 2 hour tour use actual Ghost hunting equipment and hunt for and possibly communicate with the reside"""Walk the back roads and learn all of the haunted history and folklore Gatlinburg has to offer. See the pictures ghosts and apparitions that thousands before you have experienced and learn how you too can get paranormal pictures. Explore a haunted 200 yeatitle=Highlights&1=2-hour+haunted+walking+tour+of+Gatlinburg%2C+Tennessee&2=Go+on+a+ghost+hunt+in+a+200-year-old+cemetery+using+actual+ghost-hunting+equipment&3=Visit+places+notorious+for+their+ghostly+encounters&4=See+photographs+from+real-life+paranorma
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More Off The Beaten Path in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Alum Cave Bluff

The only way to reach Alum Cave Bluff is by a strenuous 2.3 mile hike (one way). The trailhead is along the Newfound Gap Road, about 7 miles south of the Sugarlands Visitor Center. There are two...
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Andrews Bald

Andrews Bald is the highest bald in the Smokies. It is one of many open grassy mountaintop areas to be found on high Appalachian peaks. No one knows for sure how the balds came to be. The prevailing...
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Arboreal Hiking

If your first ten minutes in the park did not convince you, Great Smoky is dense with hardwood forests. Hiking into the backcountry will often involve being entirely closed out of the panoramas that...
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Cherokee National Forest, TN

This mountain backcountry is densely wooded and spans 640,000 acres. Open all year round, most campgrounds are open May through October. Adjoins GSMNP on northeast and southwest.
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Top Things to Do in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Deep Creek

Juney Whank Falls is a scenic 90-foot waterfall split into an upper and lower section in the Deep Creek area of the park just outside Bryson City, NC. The hike to the falls is a moderate 0.8-mile...
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Hen Wallow Falls

Hen Wallow Falls is a 60-foot waterfall in the Cosby area of the park. The hike to the falls is just under 5 miles round trip and moderate in difficulty, so appropriate for most people in reasonable...
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Top 5 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Writers

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Basaic

"Basaic Great Smoky Mountains National Park Page"
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Stephen-KarenConn

"My Tennessee (and North Carolina) Mountain Home"
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goingsolo

"So THAT'S why they call them The Smokies"
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mrclay2000

"One of the Most Beautiful Places on Earth"
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bigorange1103

""My home away from home!!!""
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