On days devoted to whitewater boating, 500-700 cubic feet of water flows through the
Tallulah Gorge every second. A cool mist rises to meet hikers from around the world swaying in awe 80 feet above on a suspension bridge.
The eastern tiger swallowtail clings to a red maple limb.
Posted on April 23, 2018 by
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here to read about the controversial botched construction of Lakeview Drive in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
While hiking the Deep Creek Trail into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, coral, turkey tail and other curious fungi sprout from the humus below.
Posted on September 4, 2017 by
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This young conifer lives around 3,640 feet above sea level, atop the oldest mountain range in North America.
For a panoramic view with each mountain and knob labeled, click