Hiking views in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Little River - photo by Julie Dodd

The Little River was running strong due to recent rain.

Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is always uplifting and challenging.

I was fortunate recently to spend almost two weeks in the Smokies. A highlight (literally) was hiking to Mt. Le Conte, the third highest peak the Smokies. At times we were hiking inside a cloud. Other times, the sky was clear and the view was of ridge after ridge of mountain ranges.

I thought you’d enjoy seeing some of the views I had, so I’m sharing photos from my hikes. Take a deep breath and see if you can feel the breeze, the cooler temperature and maybe a little mist on your face.

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