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Scavenger Hike Adventures: Great Smoky Mountains Nat'l Park

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Readers follow clues to find over 200 hidden natural and historic treasures on as many as 14 easy, moderate, and extreme hikes easily accessible within the national park.

Paperback, 208 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by FalconGuides
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Charla Wilson
Aug 23, 2011 Charla Wilson rated it it was amazing
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There is no place on earth that brings me more happiness than the Great Smoky Mountains! I have a little place in Sevier County, about 10 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg and when I am not there, I am trying to figure out when I can go back. I have been a lot of places in my life, but I have never found anywhere that is as beautiful as the Smoly Mountains. Last week, me and my Mom had a wonderful time hiking some of the trails. Over the years, I have hiked almost every trail, but this time I fou ...more
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