Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, United States



The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, founded in 1934 and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the national parks part of the International Biosphere Reserve.

IPHEDIA.com - Great Smoky Mountains or Great Smokies are mountains and national park forest areas that are visited by many tourists. The Great Smoky Mountains lie along the Tennessee-North Carolina border in the southeastern United States.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which was founded in 1934 and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the national parks part of the International Biosphere Reserve that is most visited by tourists in the United States. At least, there are more than 11 million visits per year.

These mountains are called "Smokies" because of natural fog that often appears as a large smoke from a distance. Here, tourists can enjoy the natural beauty of the mountains throughout the year on foot or ride a mountain bike to camp during spring, summer and autumn and ski in winter.

In addition, a trip to the wild to see the light of fireflies is the most awaited moment by many tourists in this tourist attraction. Every summer, the wilderness in the mountains presents a breathtaking view at night. Similar to the stars, fireflies look beautiful.

If you are interested in seeing these glowing animals decorate the sky, climb mountains, camp, go skiing or just want to enjoy the natural beauty of the mountains and protected forest areas, it never hurts to visit Tennessee and stop by Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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