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Smoky Mountains

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Between North Carolina and Tennessee you can find an endless forest, this forest is a National Park.
This is The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This is a real hiker's paradise with over 1000 km of well maintained trails. But walking and hiking is not the only thing you can do in this marvellous National Park. Fishing, wildlife spotting and bicycling are activities you can easily carry out.

Because of its substantial size, its location within a few hundred miles of several large cities, its year-round accessibility, and of course its general appeal to a wide variety of people, it consistently ranks the most-visited national park in the United States of America, with 9-10 million visits per year.