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In this fresh look at America’s most visited national park, explore the Smokies’ hills and hollows alongside wildlife biologists, trolley drivers, potters, park rangers, Cherokee language advocates, naturalists and more.
LOCAL STORIES, TRAVEL INTEL AND MODERN LORE, INCLUDING
Our essential list of Smokies books, music and artists
Southern Appalachian dishes of note
Highlights from the park’s diverse flora and fauna
Local Cherokee stories past and present
New essays by Tessa Fontaine, Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle and Leah Hampton
Itineraries, trail recs and side trips
Viewing tips for wildlife from fireflies and butterflies to elk and bears
Interviews with park rangers, trolley drivers and thru-hikers
Fifteen base camps around the region, from rustic to high luxury
Intel from a fly fisherman and a rafting outfitter
Wildsam Great Smoky Mountains Field Guide