Clingmans Dome is the highest point in the park, at 6,643 feet above sea level. It offers spectacular views of the mountains and valleys, especially at sunrise and sunset.
Cades Cove is a valley surrounded by mountains, where you can see wildlife, and historic buildings. You can drive along an 11-mile loop road, or bike or walk on designated days.
Laurel Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in the park, with a height of 80 feet. It’s accessible by a 2.6-mile roundtrip hike on a paved trail.
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is a one-way scenic drive that takes you through a forested area with streams, waterfalls, and historic cabins.
Newfound Gap is the lowest drivable pass in the park, at an elevation of 5,046 feet. It’s also the state line between Tennessee and North Carolina.
Alum Cave Trail is one of the most popular and scenic trails in the park, leading to Mount LeConte. It’s a 10.6-mile roundtrip hike.
Cataloochee Valley is a remote and peaceful area in the eastern part of the park, where you can see elk, deer, turkeys, and other wildlife. You can also visit historic sites.
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