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Night hiking in the Smoky Mountains is an extraordinary experience. Not only do guests have a greater chance of seeing wildlife, but they also give you a whole new perspective on the Great Smoky Mountains.
Valentine’s Day is hard holiday to plan for. You want to show the person you care for just how much you love them, but it is hard to decide what romantic activity is really the best choice.
“Are we there yet?” Unfortunately, this is a phrase that most parents have heard at least once in the car on their way to the Smoky Mountains. Whether you have thought it yourself or you heard it from one of your kids in the backseat, it is hard to shake the feeling of being bored in a car once it settles in. The trick, however, is to eliminate the possibility of boredom before it even happens.
Spending the day hiking in the Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the few activities that families and guests can enjoy all year long. However, as the seasons change, so do the hiking tips that visitors need to follow, especially in the winter.
One of the biggest questions that every traveler to the area asks is, “when is the best time to visit the Smoky Mountains?” Like other big questions, people may ask themselves, the answer to this depends heavily on the person asking the question.
When it comes to holiday decorations, nowhere does it quite as well as the Smoky Mountains. With hundreds of illuminated displays scattered all across the area, there is no doubt that every family and group visiting this time of year will return home filled with holiday cheer.
Whether you’re coming from the North Carolina or Tennessee side of the Great Smoky Mountains, you will be traveling along Newfound Gap Road. If you start at Sugarlands Visitor Center in Gatlinburg, you can take a beautiful drive along the Newfound Gap Road auto tour, through the mountains to Cherokee, North Carolina.