America's most visited--Great Smoky Mountains National Park where salamanders outweigh the bears
Ranger, Jennifer Hale talks about the park’s astounding biodiversity, activities and history.
Ranger Lloyd Luketin joins us at the Cades Cove Visitors Center for more insights about the most popular National Park in America with more than 11 million visitors annually.
The Blue Ridge Parkway and the Appalachian Trail wend their legendary way through the Park.
The park encompasses 535,000 acres with more than 1,600 resident bears—two per square mile so “bear Jams” back ups on the roadways are a frequent occurrence.
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