Cades Cove Loop – Great Smokey Mountain, Tennessee 

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Cades Cove Loop in Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers natural beauty and a wealth of cultural history

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Scenic Drive - Take a leisurely drive on the 11-mile one-way loop road with stunning views of the picturesque valley

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Wildlife Viewing - Cades Cove is famous for its abundant wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for white-tailed deer, black bear

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Historic Structures - Discover well-preserved historic buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries,

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Hiking - Provides access to several hiking trails, some popular options include the Abrams Falls Trail

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Bicycling - Consider biking the Cades Cove Loop during scheduled times (Wednesdays and Saturdays).

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Picnic - Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy it in one of the designated picnic areas at Cades Cove.

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Photography - Cades Cove is a photographers' paradise. Capture serene landscapes, wildlife and historic structures.

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Junior Ranger Program - If you're going to hike with kids, take part in the Junior Ranger Program.

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Horseback Riding - Experience Cades Cove from a different perspective on a guided horseback ride.

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