Autumn Hikes in the Smokies

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Heritage 234136,234135

Autumn in the Smokies is just around the corner. As a result of an amazing diversity of trees, the Great Smoky Mountains is perhaps one of the best places in America to see fall colors. Leaves can begin changing to yellow,

orange and red as early as mid- September at the highest elevations in the park, and can last until early November at the lowest.

If you’re considering, or already planning a trip to the

Smokies, please CLICK HERE for a list of recommended hikes as the fall season progresses, as well as links for monitoring fall colors in the park.

For more information on Fall activities in the Smokies please CLICK HERE

Comments (2)

Harry Logan
RE/MAX executives realty - Winnipeg, MB
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I have only been through there in the summer time but I can imagine it must be amazing in the fall. 

I hope you'll be sharing some pictures with us soon!

What a Beautiful part of the World you live in!  I hope you appreciate it every day!

Sep 01, 2010 06:41 AM
Anonymous
Tom Mallette

Thanks Harry! We will start our daily leaf pictures sometime in September. Be sure to check back daily to watch the change! 

Sep 01, 2010 06:46 AM
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