5 Smoky Mountain Views That Will Leave You Speechless

Peaceful Landscapes of Cades Cove

Cades Cove is undoubtedly one of the most popular places to visit in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This beautiful 6,800-acre valley flanked by towering mountains has it all: ample wildlife viewing opportunities, a fascinating historical destination, a rest stop before or after a strenuous hike, and a scenic route for driving and biking.

Sunset Views from Andrews Bald

As an offshoot trail on Clingmans Dome, this hike just might be the perfect combination of accessible hiking and great views. You’ll end up on a flat-top meadow that still might be filled with grassy fields and blazing colorful flowers, with several options for exploring other trails.

Breathtaking Views from Clingmans Dome

As an offshoot trail on Clingmans Dome, this hike just might be the perfect combination of accessible hiking and great views. You’ll end up on a flat-top meadow that still might be filled with grassy fields and blazing colorful flowers, with several options for exploring other trails.

Amazing Waterfall Views at Laurel Falls

As an offshoot trail on Clingmans Dome, this hike just might be the perfect combination of accessible hiking and great views. You’ll end up on a flat-top meadow that still might be filled with grassy fields and blazing colorful flowers, with several options for exploring other trails.

Stunning Views From the Top of Gregory Bald

Located at a height of 4,949 feet above sea level, Gregory Bald is a popular mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Townsend, Tennessee. The magnificent peak of the mountain makes it a favorite hiking destination.

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