Clingmans Dome is the highest point in the park, offering panoramic views of the mountains and valleys.
Cades Cove is a valley surrounded by mountains, where you can see wildlife, historic buildings, and beautiful meadows.
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is a one-way, 6-mile road that takes you through a forest of old-growth trees, rushing streams, and waterfalls.
Laurel Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in the park, accessible by a 2.6-mile roundtrip hike. The trail is paved and easy.
Alum Cave Trail is a 4.6-mile roundtrip hike that takes you to the base of Mount LeConte, the third highest peak in the park.
Chimney Tops Trail is a 3.3-mile roundtrip hike that climbs to the top of a rocky ridge, offering spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
Abrams Falls is a 5-mile roundtrip hike that follows a creek to a 20-foot waterfall. The waterfall is not very high, but it has a large volume of water and a deep pool.
Mingus Mill is a historic grist mill that was built in 1886 and still operates today. You can see how corn is ground into meal and flour by a water-powered turbine.
Cataloochee Valley is a remote and peaceful area of the park, where you can see elk, deer, turkeys, and other wildlife.
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