Subject: Re: Great Smokey Mountain National Park
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Subject: Re: Great Smokey Mountain National Park
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On 2/21/2018 6:14 PM, Ken Hart wrote:
> On 02/20/2018 11:23 AM, PeterN wrote:
>> I am thinking about going to the Smokey Mountain National Park. Does 
>> anyone here have any information about interesting photo spots, that 
>> are accessible. I cannot climb, or walk more than about half an hour.
>> Thanks,
> I have no personal knowledge of the location.
> Have you checked ?
> ( is the National Park Service.)
> Under "Plan Your Visit", there is a selection "Accessibility". Also 
> under the "Plan...", is "Things to Do" > "Auto Touring". The site 
> mentions auto guides available.
> It also says that the busiest time is July 1 to August 15.
The only National Parks I would visit during that time of year are 
Gateway and Denali.