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Image detail for -View over valley with colourful foliage in the Indian summer, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tennessee, United States...

Image detail for -View over valley with colourful foliage in the Indian summer, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tennessee, United States.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park-beautiful!

Photo 473 Early morning sunrise from Cove Mountain above Gatlinburg.

Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains - In winter (Dec road is closed to cars. From Gatlinburg take US 441 south about 16 mi. park at Newfound Gap and walk mi. south to gate at Clingmans Dome Rd

Nestled in the midst of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you’ll find resort living in an area so vividly beautiful, walking through it is akin to moving through a painting. Description from ebay.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Best Fall Hikes in the Smoky Mountains

Best Times to See Fall Colors in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. It is beautiful during Fall season all through the mountains of Tennessee and the Carolina's and Georgia.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Bear Crossing - Anderson Design Group has created an award-winning series of classic travel posters that celebrates the history and charm of America’s greatest cities and national parks. Founder Joel Anderson directs a team of talented artists to keep the collection growing. This oil painting by Kai Carpenter celebrates the wonder of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Bear Crossing - Anderson Design Group has created an award-winning series of classic travel posters that celebrates the history and charm of America

Bear precautions taken in Great Smoky Mountains National Park because of increased activity

Bear precautions taken in Great Smoky Mountains National Park because of increased activity "Hey, I'm just climbing the tree!

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