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Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.


Be Thankful for the Smokies

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on November 9, 2011

Whether you're fortunate enough to live in this area or you just make it out this way once or twice a year, the beauty and majesty of the Great Smoky Mountains are cause for even the most jaded of visitors to be thankful this time of year. The most visited of all the national parks, its GSM's 800-plus square miles encompasses unspoiled forests, pristine streams and some of the highest peaks east of the Mississippi River.

Those who travel to the park benefit from the fact that it is one of the few national parks left in the system that allows folks in without a fee. Where else can you enjoy scenic sights such as cascading waterfalls, floral glory and even the occasional live black bear for absolutely no cost?

The park is also embellished with lots of hiking and nature trails, preserved historic homesteads and structures, camping areas and picnic areas, where the public can get away from the stress and worries of the everyday world and bask in the serenity of mother nature.

Another way to enjoy the area's scenery is to go ziplining, and if you're looking for the best place to zipline, Pigeon Forge is where you need to go—home of Smoky Mountain Ziplines. Built into a the side of the Smokies foothills, our canopy course gives our zipliners another great way to get the most out of the area's natural assets.


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