It is known to be the most visited National Park in the US. It is home to several scenic vistas, historic buildings, scenic drives, cascading waterfalls, roaming wildlife, wildflowers, and hiking trails.
It is the nation’s tallest underground waterfall that is open to the public. The spectacular waterfall was accidentally discovered by Leo Lambert, a cave enthusiast, deep within Lookout Mountain.
Rock City, located atop Lookout Mountain, around six miles from downtown Chattanooga, is a small unique, and quaint place featuring rock formations, gardens, and breathtaking panoramic views.
The Incline Railway in Lookout Mountain is said to be one of the steepest passenger railways in the world, climbing through the beautiful Lookout Mountain, is also known as “America’s Most Amazing Mile.”
Is a theme park, named after its co-owner and country superstar Dolly Parton. Besides the typical thrill rides, Dollywood features some traditional crafts and music of the Smoky Mountain area.
Gatlinburg, a quaint mountain town in eastern Tennessee, popularly known as a gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but there is a lot to see and do in Gatlinburg and a must-visit.
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