Autumn in the Great Smoky Mountains is busy and beautiful. The annual show of the fall foliage colors attracts huge numbers of visitors from both near and far with the peak coming from mid-October to early November. There are numerous drives and hikes available that allow you to see the beauty up close. Some 100 species of trees grow in the Smoky Mountains, and most of them are deciduous, making for a kaleidoscope of vibrant colors.
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