The Great Smoky Mountains are very beautiful mountainous area and located along the Tennessee-North Carolina, which is the border areas of the southeastern United States. Given the name “Smoky”, because these mountains have an extraordinary beauty at the exit of a very thick fog when viewed from a distance, the mist produced by vegetation remove substances organic compounds.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the United States, according to the National Parks Service. Great Smoky Mountains, which opened to the public in 1940, offering 800-mile route, and almost from several climbing routes are higher than 6,000 feet! These trails include the Appalachian mountain peaks. The park also has many rivers and waterfalls. With all that, visitors can enjoy a picnic, hiking in the mountains, or watch the wildlife. In the spring and early summer, the park will be look beautiful as the wild flowers bloom there. That is why the Great Smoky Mountains National Park also has earned the nickname of Wildflower National Park.
In addition, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is also included in the category of “refugee“, where climate change has no effect on the condition of the natural environment. The area is not affected by the phenomenon of climate change or the Earth’s climate cycles over the last few million years; species of flora and fauna is much more when compared to other places. This national park is also home to a population of black bear and salamander contained American eastern section, over time, the park was designated a UNESCO world heritage site.
One of the best secret gem of Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a waterfall spruce. Located in the most hidden, even the existence of this waterfall is not shown on the maps at the gates of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Has a height of around 30 feet, spruce falls into one of the most sought-after by foreign tourists in America. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is visited by over 10 million tourists each year. Take your time to explore the dense forests and wildlife viewing.