Clingmans Dome

The Highest Point in the National Park

Known as the highest point of the Great Smoky Mountains with an elevation of 6,634 feet, Clingmans Dome is home to many hiking trails and an observation tower, which overlooks miles of the national forest. A park visitor center and restrooms are available. Several other hiking trails can be accessed from this point as well, including the Forney Ridge Trail that leads to beautiful Andrews Bald. Start your trek to our highest peak. The road to Clingmans Dome is open from April 1 - November 30.

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