Are you looking to visit some popular tourist attractions during your stay with us? If so, you should come and explore the Great Smoky Mountains because there is so much fun to be had. The most beloved activities include hikes and scenic drives. Before your first visit, get to know the area a little bit better with this list of 4 fun facts about the Great Smoky Mountains:
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The Indian Gap Trail followed the Little Pigeon River along what we now know as the Parkway, through Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, then up and over the Smoky Mountains to present-day Cherokee in North Carolina. For centuries, the Cherokee used the trail for hunting the plentiful game that roamed the Little Pigeon riverbanks coursing through the mountains and valley.
The golden light of a Cades Cove morning. The crisp, clear water of a rushing Tennessee river. The sun setting in pastel hues over the rhythmic ridges of the Appalachians. These are the things that bring me back time and time again to photograph in the Smoky Mountains.