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November 4, 2010

Take a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains and you’ll be visiting one of the richest, most diverse ecosystems we have in the United States. There are more than 1,600 species of flowering plants in the national park. Because of the great altitude varieties in the Great Smoky Mountains, you can hike through the major forest zones of eastern North America on a single trail, from cove hardwood forests in lower drainages to spruce-fir associations on 6,000-foot peaks. Whether you choose to hike a trail, ride a bike, tube the rivers, go camping, white water rafting, skiing, rappel, rock climbing, horseback riding, or a motor tour in your car… The Smoky Mountains have an activity for every age and energy level! Go to the National Park Service website for more information on the Smoky Mountains.

The Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville area are known for their amazing shopping opportunities. From the outlet malls to specialty shops to large marketplace stores, they have it all! For more information, go to https://aboutthesmokys.com/_shoppin/shopping.htm.

If you are looking for entertainment on your Smoky Mountain vacation, you have come to the right place! From The Ripley’s Attractions in Gatlinburg, to Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, to the amazing museums and theaters and local attractions in Pigeon Forge and Sevierville… there is plenty to do in the Smoky Mountains! Visit this attractions page for more information!

One of the best ways to visit the Smoky Mountains is to stay in a luxurious cabin. Rustic relaxation with all of the amenities, Timber Tops is the place to go to find your vacation cabin today!

If you are a country music lover, a visit to the Smoky Mountains may be right up your alley! Between concerts, museums and country music performances, you will be sure to find just what you are looking for!

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