America’s most visited national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site,
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is both renowned for its diversity
of plant and animal life and rich in remnants of Southern Appalachian
mountain culture. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of the
park combines unparalleled detail and valuable information for outdoor
enthusiasts seeking to explore all the area has to offer with particular
attention shown to backcountry campsites, shelters, and stream
crossings. A detailed profile of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail,
which snakes along the ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains, provides a
handy tool for hikers. The map features many key points of interest as
well, including Cades Cove, Fontana Lake, Maryville, and Gatlinburg.
over 800 miles of mapped trails, the Great Smoky Mountains National
Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The clearly
marked trails include mileages between intersections. The map base
includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many
lakes. Some of the many recreation features include: visitor centers,
campgrounds, trail shelters, trailheads, boat ramps, scenic overlooks,
interpretive trails and quiet walkways.
Every Trails Illustrated
map is printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper.
A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.
Other features found on this map include:
Cherokee National Forest, Chilhowee Mountain, Clingmans Dome, Fontana
Lake, Great Smoky Mountains, Maryville, Mount Chapman, Mount Le Conte,
Nantahala National Forest, Newfound Gap, Old Black, Pisgah National
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