Best Driving Roads In Smoky Mountains

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A drive through the Smokies is anything but boring!  With almost 400 miles of roadway in both the park and surrounding areas, there's no shortage of great places to drive.

Can You Drive Around Smoky Mountains?

Absolutely! Taking a drive is one of the best ways to explore the Smoky Mountains. 

Best Driving Roads In Smoky Mountains

The best driving roads in the Smoky Mountains offer stunning views, winding curves, and plenty of twists and turns.

Cades Cove Loop

01.

 The 11-mile road winds through a beautiful valley full of mountains and forests, and offers plenty of opportunities to see wildlife.

Cataloochee Valley

02.

The valley is home to a variety of historic buildings and q variety of wildlife, including deer, elk, turkey, and other wildlife.

Newfound Gap Road

03.

This 31-mile stretch of road offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape, and there are plenty of overlooks where you can stop and take it all in.

Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail

04.

The six-mile road is full of twists and turns, making it a one-way looping scenic drive. 

Foothills Parkway

05.

The parkway is a great way to experience the natural beauty of the area, and it's especially wonderful the fall when the leaves are changing color.

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