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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Info by Your Smokies
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park between North Carolina and Tennessee offers so much to do year round it's no wonder that this national park is the most visited national park in the country. Wildlife, mountains and streams, this national park has it all.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainsnationalpark.html

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Road Conditions
Road conditions in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for Newfound Gap Road US 441 between North Carolina and Tennessee, Laurel Creek Road, Little River Road, Cades Cove, Clingmans Dome and more.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainsnationalparkroadconditions.html

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Service Phone Numbers
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Service (GSMNP) rangers phone numbers, campground reservations, Horseback Riding Stables, Smokies Organizations and educational phone, fax numbers and links.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainnationalparkservice.html

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Web Cams
Great Smoky Mountain National Park web cams located in Tennessee and North Carolina
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainsnationalparkwebcam.html

Picnic Areas in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has 10 developed campgrounds, 15 backcountry shelters and more than 80 backcountry campsites in 800 miles of wilderness.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainsnationalparkpicnic.html

Bicycling in the Smoky Mountain National Park and the Smokies
Biking is a great way to explore the great outdoors. The Cades Cove loop not only allows bikers, it encourages it with some of the nicest bilking you will ever find including a place to rent bikes if you don't wish to bring your own to the national park.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesbiking.html

Friends of the Smokies
The Great Smoky Mountain National park is the only park in the entire national park system that does not charge an entrance fee so as a result even though this park is the most visited park in the entire national park systems, it is seriously under funded and it desperately needs your help.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/friendsofsmokies.html

Your Smokies: Discover Life In America GSMNP ATBI
Discover Life in America (DLIA) is the organization which is coordinating the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP).
http://www.yoursmokies.com/discoverlifeinamericasmokies.html


Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Hikers First Aid: Heat Cramps, Heat Exhaustion and Stroke
Serious injury or death can occur if a hiker suffers from heat stroke, heat exhaustion and heat cramps. Learn the symptoms and treatments for these heat related syndromes that can effect a hiker in the Smokies.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikingfirstaidheat.html

Hikers First Aid: Hydration, Dehydration, Heat Cramps, Exhaustion and Stroke
Hikers who do not hydrate properly can experience dehydration any time of the year in the Smoky Mountains which can lead to even more serious heat related illness such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikingfirstaidhydration.html

Hikers Shuttle Services and Transportation
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikersshuttleservices.html

Hiking clubs in the Great Smoky Mountains by Your Smokies
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikershikingclubs.html

Hiking in the Smokies: Smoky Mountains National Park
The Great Smoky Mountains have a huge number of well maintained trails that run for more than 1,000 miles that can be used by hikers of all skill levels.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikingthesmokies.html

Hiking Trails Smoky Mountains National Park
The Smoky Mountains have moderate year round weather for hiking, a huge number of well maintained trails that can be used by hikers of all skill levels, beautiful topography, abundant wildlife, and plenty of Smoky Mountain history hikers can experience up close and in person.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikingtrailssmokymountainsnationalpark.html

The Hike Inn: Hikers Shuttle and Accommodations
The Hike Inn is a hikers dream in the Smoky Mountains offering hikers shuttles to and from trailheads and clean comfortable accommodations and personal service.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/spotlightthehikeinn.html

Day hikers guide to all the trails in the Smoky Mountains
This wonderful hiking guide book not only takes you through the hiking trails of the park, but informs you about local accommodations, shuttle services (with detail information and phone numbers), and the seasonal wonder and challenges of the Smoky Mountain National Park.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/hikersguideday.html


Horses and Horseback riding in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Trails and Camping for Your Horse in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Camping with your horse in the Smoky Mountains or riding the trails can be the best way to see the park in North Carolina and Tennessee. Find out how, when and where on Your Smokies!
http://www.yoursmokies.com/horsetrailscampinginthesmokies.html

Horseback Riding in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park offers horseback riding for riders of all experience levels. Whether you bring you own horse or rent a house from one of the stables in the park you are sure to have a good time and we have all the information you need to do so.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/horsebackridinginthesmokies.html



Animals and Plants in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Your Smokies: Black Bear Information
Black bears are one of the most sought after residents of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and the surrounding areas. The problem is while most human bear interactions are harmless serious injury or death can occur if a bear is provoked or if a deranged animal decides to attack even if unprovoked.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/blackbearsinsmokies.html

Elk in The Great Smoky Mountain National Park
The park service began an experimental release program of 52 North American Elk into The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Learn where, when and how to view Elk in National Park as well as Elk management past national parks boundaries.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/elkinsmokies.html

Wild Boar in the Great Smoky Mountains
The most destructive force after man in the Great Smoky Mountains national park is the European hog which is now wild boar
http://www.yoursmokies.com/wildboarinthegreatsmokymountains.html

White-Tailed Deer in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park
http://www.yoursmokies.com/whitetaildeerinthesmokies.html

Hemlock woolly adelgid in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Hemlock trees dominate the Great Smoky Mountain Park. Hemlocks present their green color year round from the valleys to the mountain tops of the park and are crucial to the ecosystem of the entire Smokies.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainparkwoollyadelgid.html


Fish and Fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Fish Finder for The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Find where the fish are in the Smoky Mountain National Park. Due to a wide variety of elevations where fish are found in the park as well as the speed of water in creeks and streams, the waters chemistry, the composition of the bedrock in a stream, surrounding plant life and water temperature each twist and turn can change the distribution of the fish you will find.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainnationalparkfishingwhereto.html

Fish Identification for The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Find out how to identify the sport fish in the Smoky Mountain National Park. You will found out about Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Rock Bass, and Smallmouth Bass.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainnationalparkfishingfishguide.html

Fish Stocking and Restoration the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
There has been tremendous pressure on the native fish stocks even before the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was designated a park, but due to current restoration efforts and in part due to the stocking of non native fish in the past fishing in the parks waterways of the park is fantastic.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainnationalparkfishrestoration.html

Fishing Information for Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Fishing in the Smoky Mountains is safer and more fun when you know about fishing safety and the fishing etiquette guidelines of The Great Smoky Mountain National Park in North Carolina and Tennessee.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainnationalparkfishinginformation.html

Fishing Regulations: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Fishing in the creeks, streams, and rivers in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park can be both exciting yet relaxing for young and old alike. Learn about Fishing License Requirements, Fishing Equipment, Bait and Lure Regulations,and Environmental Preservation Regulations
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainnationalparkfishingregulations.html


Areas in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Cataloochee NC

Cataloochee NC Camping in Great Smoky Mountain National Park
One of the most popular activities in Cataloochee area of the Great Smoky Mountains national park is camping in the campgrounds, with a horse or in the primitive backcountry sites.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cataloocheevalleynccamping.html

Cataloochee Valley NC - Great Smoky Mountain National Park
The Cataloochee Valley in the South Eastern North Carolina corner of the GSM National Park is unsurpassed in wildlife including elk nd bear, hiking, camping, an auto tour and horse back riding.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cataloocheevalleynorthcarolina.html

Hiking in Cataloochee Valley NC - Great Smoky Mountain National Park
The Cataloochee area of the Great Smoky Mountains park has extensive hiking trails, most of which are dual use meaning that both hikers and people on horseback can use them.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cataloocheevalleynchiking.html

Cades Cove TN

Cades Cove - Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Cades Cove the jewel of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park is good reason why Cades cove offers it visitors camping, hiking; horseback riding, biking, fishing, picnicking, and a host of other outdoor activities.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cades-cove.html

Cades Cove History: Smoky Mountain National Park
History of Cades Cove: All of the more than 500,000 acres of land in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park were once privately owned and the history of Cades Cove is interesting.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cades-cove-history.html

Cades Cove Smoky Mountain Driving Tour Circa 1960
The following reprint is a Cades Cove Tennessee 1962 driving tour guide which was found among travel folders in a basement. This is a great way to see how same areas of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park have changed and others have not in more than 40 years!
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cades-cove-driving-tour-1960.html

Cades Cove TN Smoky Mountain National Park Driving Tour part 1
This is the beginning of the 11 mile Cades Cove Loop tour which you can take by car, bike or even on foot. This part of the tour includes a map, road conditions, facilities, geography, hiking trails and Sparks Lane.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cadescovedrivingtour.html

Cades Cove TN Smoky Mountain National Park Driving Tour part 2
The Cades Cove Loop driving tour continues with stops 3 - 9 which are the John Oliver Place, Primitive Baptist Church, Cades Cove Methodist church, Hyatt Lane, Cades Cove Missionary Baptist Church, Rich Mountain Road, and the Cooper Road Trailhead.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cadescovedrivingtour-2.html

Cades Cove TN Smoky Mountain National Park Driving Tour part 3
You now arrive at The Cades Cove Loop driving tour stops 10 and 11 which include the Elijah Oliver Place, Abrams Falls Trailhead, The Cable Mill Historic area which has a Blacksmith Shop, Cantilever Barn, John P Cable Grist Mill, Smokehouse, Corn Crib, Drive Through Barn, the Gregg-Cable House, Can Mill and Molasses Furnace.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cadescovedrivingtour-3.html

Cades Cove TN Smoky Mountain National Park Driving Tour part 4
Cades Cove Loop driving tour Cable Mill Historic area which has a Blacksmith Shop, Cantilever Barn, Grist Mill, Smokehouse, Corn Crib, Drive Through Barn, the Gregg-Cable House, Can Mill and Molasses Furnace.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cadescovedrivingtour-4.html

Cades Cove TN Smoky Mountain National Park Driving Tour part 5
We come to the end of the cades Cove Driving tour with stops 12 - 18 which include Forge Creek Road, the Henry Whitehead Place, Cades Cove nature trail, Hyatt Lane, Dan Lawson house, Tipton place, Carter Shields cabin, and Sparks Lane.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/cadescovedrivingtour-5.html


Weather in the Great Smoky Mountains:

Smoky Mountains Weather Graphs from Your Smokies Weather Station
Weather graphs and charts in 3D form from the last 48 hours in the Smoky Mountains for temperature, barometric pressure, relative humidity, wind speed, rainfall hourly rate, rainfall totals and historic rainfall.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesweathergraphs.html

Smoky Mountains Weather Log: Your Smoky Mountains
Weather logs with temperatures, wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, relative humidity, pressure and forecasts from our Smokies Weather station in the Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesweatherhistory.html

Smoky Mountains Weather Records: Your Smoky Mountains
Record weather readings recorded since weather station installation on 10/09/2010 in Sevierville Tennessee 6 miles due north of the Great Smoky Mountains national park at an elevation of 1,767 feet. Yesterdays reading too.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesweatherrecords.html

Your Smokies Weather Station Dashboard Sevierville Tennessee
Live weather dashboard requiring microsoft silverlight from the Your Smokies weather station at 1,767 feet in Sevierville Tennessee 6 miles north of the Great Smoky Mountains national park between Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesweatherlivepanel.html

Your Smokies Weather Station in Sevierville Tennessee
Live weather feed from the Your Smokies weather station at 1,767 feet in Sevierville Tennessee 6 miles north of the Great Smoky Mountains national park between Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesweather.html

Your Smoky Mountains Live Weather Reports
Live Smoky mountain weather and average year round temperature highs and lows for the lower elevation areas of the Smokies in place such as Gatlinburg Tennessee, Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Townsend Tennessee, Cosby Tennessee, Maryville Tennessee, Asheville North, and Cherokee North Carolina
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-weather-reports.html


Camping in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Smokies Area:

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Camping
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has 10 developed campgrounds, 15 backcountry shelters and more than 80 backcountry campsites in 800 miles of wilderness.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainsnationalparkcamping.html

Camping in North Carolina Smoky Mountains by Your Smokies
North Carolina Smoky Mountains offer outstanding camping. From experienced campers to beginners the NC Smokies have temperate weather, abundant wild life and beautiful views, what are you waiting for?
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiescampingnc.html

Camping in Tennessee Smoky Mountains by Your Smokies
Tennessee Smoky Mountains offer outstanding camping. From experienced campers to beginners the TN Smokies have temperate weather, abundant wild life and beautiful views, what are you waiting for?
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiescampingtn.html

Camping in TN and NC Smoky Mountains: Your Smokies
Tennessee and North Carolina Smoky Mountains offer outstanding camping. From experienced campers to beginners the TN and NC Smokies have temperate weather, abundant wild life and beautiful views, what are you waiting for?
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiescamping.html

Campsites in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Information and status updates on more than 80 back country campsites spread out among 800 miles of North Carolina and Tennessee parts of the Great Smoky Mountains national park.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokymountainsnationalparkcampsites.html


Handicap Accessibility in the Great Smoky Mountains:

Handicapped accessible information: Smoky Mountains National Park
Accessibility information of tourist attractions, accommodations, restaurants, shopping and other public places in the Smoky Mountains and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but persons with disabilities may find some places are still unable to accommodate their special needs.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/handicappedaccessible.html

Handicapped accessible information: Smoky Mountains National Park
The most accessible way to tour the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and see the wildlife, beautiful panoramic scenery and the historical buildings is by taking a tour by automobile or van. There is also accessible camping, have a picnic, horseback riding and horse camping in the GSMNP.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/handicappedaccessiblegsmnp.html

Handicapped accessible trails information: Smoky Mountains National Park
The Great Smoky Mountains national park has more than 1,000 miles of nature trails, hiking trails, manways and abandoned roads some of which are accessible to persons with disabilities. Listed are trails in the GSMNP and ratings of their suitability.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/handicappedaccessiblegsmnptrails.html


Your Smokies Company Pages:

Smoky Mountains Information
Great Smoky Mountains National Park and TN - NC Smokies information on activities: hiking, biking, camping, fishing, cabins, hotels, real estate, weddings and more.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/

Your Smokies: Smoky Mountains Directory Contact Information
Contact Information for Your Smokies Smoky Mountains Directory with Phone number and Email Address
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-contact-us.html

Advertise with Your Smokies the Smoky Mountains Directory
The Your Smokies Smoky Mountain internet directory offers both surfers and advertisers a great place to meet 24 hours a day 7 days a week. From small rural towns to thriving cities, the Smoky Mountains have it all and Your Smokies knows how to reach them.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesadvertise.html

Your Smokies: Free Directory Listing
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http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokiesaddalisting.html

Your Smokies: Smoky Mountain Directory Mailing List
Join the Your Smokies Smoky Mountain Directory mailing list for the latest news and discounts for the Tennessee and South Carolina Smoky Mountains parks, cabins, chalets, hotels, activities, dinning and local entertainment.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-mailing-list.html


Smoky Mountains Outdoor Activities:

Your Smokies: Smoky Mountain Outdoor Activities
The Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina offer year round outdoor fun for people of all ages. The most popular outdoor activities in the great Smoky Mountains include: Hiking, mountain climbing, fishing, horseback riding, Biking, Hunting, Golfing, Boating, kayaking, canoeing, amusement parks.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-outdoor-activities.html


Smoky Mountains Information:

Your Smokies: Favorite Smoky Mountain Links
These are the Your Smokies Favorite links for our Smoky Mountain Directory for the Tennessee and South Carolina Smokies. Find information on parks, lodging, activities, dinning and local entertainment.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-favorite-links.html

Your Smokies: Directory Site Map
Directory Site map for the Your Smokies Smoky Mountain Directory for the Tennessee and South Carolina Smoky Mountains
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-directory-directory.html

Your Smokies: Site Directory
The Your Smokies Smoky Mountain Directory for the Tennessee and South Carolina Smoky Mountains lists the must up to date information on parks, lodging, activities, dinning and local entertainment.
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-site-directory.html

Your Smokies: Smoky Mountain news and Directory Search
We at Your Smokies want to hear from you: our customers and advertisers. What is it you want to know about the Great Smoky Mountains that you did not find on the Your Smokies Web site? Tell us!
http://www.yoursmokies.com/smokies-sitesearch.html


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