Chimney Tops is a mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee. It is a double-capstone knob on the eastern slopes of the Sugarland Mountains, which stretches across a section of the Smoky Mountains. Chimney Tops Details This mountain is 4,724 feet above sea level and has chimney-like formations on the
Roy Taylor Forest Overlook Riding the Blue Ridge Parkway and stopping at the overlooks is something we love to do! This stop is a must! Stunning views, beautiful, and peaceful! Enjoy the view! SharePinTweetShare0 Shares
High Falls is an amazing waterfall in North Carolina. It is one of three waterfalls that are very close to each other and can all be explored in a day! Location High Falls is in the Dupont State Forest, near Brevard and Hendersonville North Carolina. You can also get to
Mingus Mill is a historic grist mill located in The Great Smoky Mountain National Park. It was the largest grist mill in the Smokies. Location and Hours of Mingus Mill Mingus Mill is located a half-mile north of the Oconaluftee Visitor Center in Cherokee, on US 441. The street address
Triple Falls in the DuPont State Forest is absolutely stunning! This gorgeous waterfall consists of three cascades, totaling about 125 feet in vertical drops. DuPont State Forest is a great place to hike and explore. With more than 10,000 acres of forest, trails, and several waterfalls! Location Triple Falls is
Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park Droop Mountain Battlefield is the site of one of West Virginia’s largest and last important Civil War battles. Fought on November 6, 1863, this battle between the Union army of General William Averell and the Confederate army of General John Echols ended when Echols army
Hooker Falls is a gorgeous, 14-foot waterfall located in the DuPont State Forest. If you are a waterfall chaser, you will love this exploring this area! There are a few other waterfalls nearby, so you can make a great day of hiking and waterfall chasing! Locaton Of Hooker Falls Hooker
Cades Cove is a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains and amazing views! This scenic, one-way loop winds its way through The Great Smoky Mountains. The loop is an 11 mile, one-way road that circles the cove and provides stunning views of the mountains, great opportunities for wildlife viewing, and nature.