Mt. Cammerer is one of the highest peaks in the Great Smoky Mountains and thus offers incredible views not found elsewhere.
Arguably the most visited area of the GSMNP, the mist-shrouded Cades Cove is a wildlife watcher’s paradise, and its well-preserved buildings allow visitors a glimpse into the Smokies’ pioneer past.
Andrews Bald is the tallest grassy bald in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, standing at 5,920 feet above sea level.
If you are ready for a challenging hike with beautiful views, the Alum Cave Trail on Mt. LeConte (the 3rd tallest peak in the Smokies!) should be on your Smoky Mountains hiking bucket list.
On the tallest peak in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the beautiful mountain views from the parking area at Clingman’s Dome will take your breath away.
This 80-foot waterfall is named for the mountain laurel which grows throughout the area. One of the shortest hikes on our list, the 2 hours or so that it takes to hike to this Smoky Mountain waterfall is so very rewarding as you’ll experience fantastic views along the way.