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bluff mountain rentals BLUFF MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES

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Ride 7,000 acres of mountain trails and cross fresh mountain streams. Ride an ATV through 7,000 acres of mountain trails and cross fresh-mountain streams. Ride the falls or the top of the bluff for a spectacular, scenic view. Year round, weather permitting.

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clingmans dome CLINGMANS DOME

clingmans dome

At 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is Great Smoky Mountains National Park's highest point. Vistas from Clingmans Dome are spectacular. On clear, pollution-free days, views expand over 100 miles and into seven states. Breathtaking scenes delight those ascending the tower. It is a great to view sunrises and sunsets.

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gatlinburg aerial tramway GATLINBURG AERIAL TRAMWAY

gatlinburg tramway

Take in the magnificent panorama of Gatlinburg and the the splendor of the Great Smoky Mountains. The Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway has transported over 18 million passengers since opening, with service from downtown Gatlinburg available approximately every 20 minutes. The ride covers a distance of 2.1 miles to the Ober Gatlinburg resort.

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great smoky arts crafts community GREAT SMOKY ARTS & CRAFTS COMMUNITY

arts community

An historic 8-mile loop designated a Tennessee Heritage Arts & Crafts Trail. Established in 1937, these artisans whittle, paint, sew, cast, weave and carve to create original collectibles such as candles, baskets, quilts, brooms, pottery, jewelry, dolls, ceramics, scrimshaw, silver smithing, leather, stained glass, wearable fashions, fine photography, and more.

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heritage center GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS HERITAGE CENTER

heritage center

Journey through time to visit the diverse cultures of Townsend and Tuckaleechee Cove. Gallery exhibits, educational programs, demonstrations and festivals guide you on an historic journey through time to visit the diverse cultures. Features artifacts representing 5,000 years of Native American life.

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historic downtown sevierville HISTORIC DOWNTOWN SEVIERVILLE

historic downtown sevierville

Sevierville's 108-year-old courthouse is an excellent example of Victorian architecture. Sevierville is very proud of its downtown and historic town square. Years ago, at Temple's Feed Store, County Commissioner Jimmie Temple married over 15,000 couples next to his bags of feed and bedding plants. You will see the Dolly Parton Statute on the courthouse lawn.

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little river lumber company LITTLE RIVER RAILROAD AND LUMBER COMPANY

little river

Learn about the heritage of the Little River Lumber Company and the Little River Railroad. This museum collects, preserves and exhibits the history of these companies and of the people in this region. Townsend was the site of the sawmill and headquarters of this operation, which logged huge portions of what is now Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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ober gatlinburg OBER GATLINBURG

ober gatlinburg

Eight trails for skiing and snowboarding fun, with rental equipment in a variety of sizes. Trails are serviced by two quad and one double chairlift which keeps you out of lift lines and on the slopes. When temperatures drop, snowmaking equipment blankets 100% of the slopes. Slopes are maintained with the latest in snow-grooming equipment.

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ober gatlinburg ice skating OBER GATLINBURG ICE ARENA

ober gatlinburg

Skate year-round on Ober's huge indoor ice arena. The 140' X 75' indoor ice arena is the centerpiece of Ober Gatlinburg's massive enclosed mall. With over 400 pairs of rental skates available for men, women, and children, you can skate away an hour or an afternoon.

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old mill pigeon forge OLD MILL & GENERAL STORE

old mill pigeon forge

One of Pigeon Forge's most popular attractions and most photographed locations. The Old Mill is a national historic treasure established in 1830. Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, this authentic working mill is over 170 years old. Amateur and professional photographers from all over the world capture the Mill's rustic charm and simple beauty.

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ripleys aquarium RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM OF THE SMOKIES

old mill pigeon forge

Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies features 10,000 exotic sea creatures.There are more fish in this aquarium than there are people living in the entire town of Gatlinburg. Although Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies is hundreds of miles from the ocean, the scenic beauty and the abundance of water all around make the town of Gatlinburg

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smoky mountain tunes tales SMOKY MOUNTAIN TUNES & TALES

old mill pigeon forge

Hear tales, mountain music, and learn the lore of the Smoky Mountains on the sidewalks of Gatlinburg. Tunes & Tales is a summer-long street performance event featuring costumed musical performers, storytellers and artisans portraying time periods as far back as 1800. A collection of personalities and performers arrive nightly at 5 p.m. via horse-drawn wagon in the center of town.

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tennessee aviation museum TENNESSEE MUSEUM OF AVIATION

tunes and tales

Airworthy vintage aircraft are sometimes seen performing flight demonstrations. Docents are available to assist visitors as they leisurely walk through our 35,000 sq. ft. hangar. Visitors have the opportunity to observe magnificently restored Warbirds; walk down engine row; and take a glimpse at future projects waiting for restoration.

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