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7 miles off US-441 on the Clingmans Dome Road About 19.6 Miles from Sugarlands Visitor Center, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN
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The Witch Tour: Appalachian Mountains Ghost Tour
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The Witch Tour: Appalachian Mountains Ghost Tour

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Not your typical Ghost Tour, Mystic Mountain offers an intriguing hike into the sordid affairs of the Witches of the Appalachian Mountains. Enjoy the woodland forest as you delve into the stories and lore hidden in the hills for centuries. <br>Well off the beaten path, The Witch Tour gives visitors an opportunity to truly experience Tennessee as it was created, wild and rugged<br>Don't forget to join us on Friday and Saturday evenings for the Starlight Campfire Stories. Gather round the campfire for a chilling evening of tales that will leave you looking over your shoulder.
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Teri S wrote a review Nov 27
Birmingham, Alabama129 contributions13 helpful votes
Only .5 of a mile to top but it was a little challenging due to being uphill. Not gonna lie it made me realize how out of shape I am. Lol beautiful at the top and definitely worth the trip. We stopped several times on the way up to catch our breath.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Eli C wrote a review Nov 25
Atlanta, Georgia90 contributions35 helpful votes
I decided to visit Clingmans Dome on November 23, 2020. Crowds were pretty heavy for a monday. I was afraid I wasn't gonna get a parking spot, but it all worked out. Its considerably colder on top of the mountain, so dress in layers. The hike to the top isn't that hard, in fact its pretty easy, probably half a mile. The lookout tower offers breathtaking views of the Smoky Mountains, so its definately worth the hike up there. The Parking lot has Restrooms, with toilets. There is also a gift shop on the property, however they were not open while I was there. Its absolutely worth the journey up here. Views at the top are some of the best views in the Southeast, so be sure to take pictures.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Trail runner wrote a review Nov 14
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My brother and I walked the military plane crash site. It is on the way to Andrew’s Bald which is off the parking lot towards the visitor center. We used GPS to find it. All Trails should have up by now as we uploaded to there. They did a very good job of cleaning it up and you might be able to find some small pieces of the crash but we did not. The wreckage was spread out over a half mile down the side of the mountain. We did walk the area but still nothing. I will upload the area we walked into showing the location of the crash. The marker showing 1 mile is the location of center of the impact of crash. Provided a visual of what the trail looks like today. There are a total of 54 known plane crashes within the Smokies themselves. Looking forward to finding and logging their locations to All Trails
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Date of experience: November 2020
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DoctormomStow wrote a review Nov 9
Stow, Ohio340 contributions96 helpful votes
Had hoped to beat the rain but it was foggy & cloudy the day we went up here. It is is a short 1/2 mile but uphill walk on a paved path so we went anyway. No view at the top in bad weather. Visitor center wasn’t open so can’t comment on that.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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PerseveranceProp wrote a review Nov 9
Marion, Illinois61 contributions9 helpful votes
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We visit Gatlinburg every year and we finally visited Clingman’s Dome. It takes an entire afternoon to make the trip but it was well worth it. Parking can be tricky but there are so many people going and coming that a parking spot opens up quickly. The walk up to the dome takes your breath away and coming down is also challenging! It’s a beautiful site to see...just make sure you wear your walking shoes and bring a jacket! It’s 20+ degrees cooler at the top of the dome!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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