A spectacular visual tour of one of the country's most popular and accessible national parks--Great Smoky Mountains.
Visiting Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a beloved pastime for families and fans of outdoor recreation, such as hiking, camping, and fishing. These 814 square miles from Tennessee to North Carolina are also home to a variety of wildlife, historic sites, and beautiful vistas.
Explore the park’s mountain views, clear-running waterways, old-growth trees, flowering fields, watchable wildlife, winding trails, and old settlements through stunning photography and helpful information.
Andrew Kyle Saucieris a freelance writer and photographer specializing in travel and the outdoors in the American Southeast. He lives in Chapel Hill, Tennessee.
Tony Sweet is an award-winning photographer who offers photography workshops across the country, including in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which he has photographed extensively. He is the author of five how-to books published by Stackpole. He lives in Eldersburg, Maryland.