This is why it's so important to take your trash
This is why it's so important to take your trash. we found this bear poop in the Great Smoky Mountains hiking this Trail and their was garbage inside of it they practically eat anything so please be mindful of that.
6 More Hidden Gems In The Great Smoky Mountains | Best Of The Smoky Mountains
Lying in the shallow water of Injun Creek the engine has remained here since the 1920's. There are multiple stories of how this Nichols and Shepard Steam Tractor Engine ended up here. The one we read most about was that the driver was drunk and accidentally drove it off the side of the mountain and rolled down into the creek. Another we heard was after a small miscalculation on the driver's part, the engine slid off of the road (trail) and tumbled into the creek. The driver jumped clear and no one was injured by the mishap. We are not quite sure of the true story but nevertheless, you can view the 100-year-old remnants about three miles down Grapeyard Ridge Trail.
Face To Face With A Bear In Gatlinburg
We took the doors off the Jeep for a warm weather ride and we came across a group of 5 bears on this Gatlinburg road
Beautiful Tennessee Weather Means Taking The Jeep Out For A Drive
With the weather warming up in Tennessee, I thought it would be fun to take my brother-in-law's Jeep out for a drive with the doors off.
6 Of The Best Kept Secrets In The Smoky Mountains | Hidden Gems You Probably Didn't Know About
Best Kept Secrets In The Smoky Mountains & A list of Fun things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is the most visited National Park in the United States. But at over 522,419 acres there are places that are a little more hidden from the common tourist eye. We explored six lesser-known sites in the Smokies. Follow our News Break account for more content Click the link on the profile to check out all of our social media accounts. Thanks! ✉️ Email ► firstname.lastname@example.org
6 Hidden Gems In The Great Smoky Mountains | Hidden Gems You Probably Didn't Know About
This tunnel, Thomas Divide Tunnel, was designed to keep hikers from having to cross over Clingmans Dome Road. More history on the Tunnel can be found here. How to get here: At the beginning of the road to Clingman’s Dome you’ll see the access gates and during December through around the beginning of March they are closed for the season. If it is not the off-season and the gates are open then you will drive up some and there is a pull-off on the right side of the road right after the access gates. If it is the off-season you can park in the Newfound Gap Parking Area and walk up the road. From the pull-off after the access gate, you will walk under a ¼ mile up Clingman’s Dome road to the stone bridge. The Tunnel is right under that bridge.
Day In The Life - Avoiding Gatlinburg During Spring Break
There is a lot to love about Gatlinburg but the tourism aspect pretty much ruins it for locals.
RIPLEY’S AQUARIUM OF THE SMOKIES | Van Life Adventures in Gatlinburg, Tennessee
While on our first “big” #vanlife adventure after the van conversion, we visited Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We enjoyed our time, learned more about some incredible marine creatures, and we would recommend visiting!
Camp Margaritaville RV Resort Pigeon Forge, TN
Camp Margaritaville RV Resort is a beautiful campground set in a perfect location. If you are looking to visit Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg or anywhere in the smoky mountains this is your place. Please leave us a comment. Follow us on all social media FB and Instagram: S'more Camping with the Schraggs. Thanks for watching.
Gatlinburg Still Recovering from 2016 Wildfires - Tourism Making a Comeback
The scars from the 2016 Chimneytop Wildfires which ravaged Gatlinburg, Tennessee can still be seen in the mid-winter landscape. What is also evident is the continued new growth and new construction which continues in the small tourist town in East Tennessee. The Gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park continues to thrive amid reconstruction, record inflation, and the COVID pandemic. Though the pandemic has put a damper on things, along with the rains and record warmth this season - Gatlinburg remains Mountain Strong.
Beat The Crowds In The Great Smoky Mountains | Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
Everyone knows the Cades Cove Loop Trail. It is one of the most popular scenic drives in the Great Smoky Mountains. But if you are looking for a lesser-known but still beautiful scenic mountain drive with all the overlooks, historic structures, waterfalls, and sites, the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is just for you! It is a 5.5 mile one-way scenic drive right on the edge of Gatlinburg, with all of the beauty and a portion of the crowds. It also provides access to some of the most popular spots in the Smokies, like Grotto Falls and Rainbow Falls, the highest single drop waterfall in the Smokies. If you are looking for something free to do in the Smokies this is a great place to see nature and possibly spot a few black bears like we did.
Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains Glamping
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Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg adventure | Things to do
Hey guys, I would like to share with you our vlog during our adventure in the beautiful Smoky mountains and Gatlinburg Tennessee. It was such a fun experience and if you're interested, please keep on watching. Thank you so much and I hope you enjoyed our vlog.
Ober Gatlinburg Preps for Ski Season after Warm Start and Temperature Inversions
Ski-quality snow has not been on the radar until recently this winter at Ober Gatlinburg. The warm start to winter with a warm December didn't help. Temperature inversions plagued the Smoky Mountains area and kept warmer air in the mountains and cooler air in the valleys until recently.
Gatlinburg Guide (Things to do in Gatlinburg)
Hello guys!! we recently went on a trip to Gatlinburg and Great Smoky mountains and I wanna share with you some of the places and things to do when you plan to visit there so if you're interested, please keep on watching.
Exploring Gatlinburg - Skylift Park
Are you brave enough to walk the Gatlinburg Skybridge? The views from the top are amazing! In our opinion this is one of the most unique experiences in Gatlinburg, and absolutely worth checking out!