The Great Smoky Mountain National Park on the North Carolina side offers a serene and peaceful experience for hikers with its great walking trail. This 1.2-mile path is the perfect escape for those looking to immerse themselves in nature without the disturbance of dogs, as they are not allowed on the trail. Additionally, the trail is not heavily frequented by people, making it an ideal spot for solitude and relaxation. Along the way, hikers will be treated to stunning views of wildflowers, adding a touch of beauty to the already picturesque surroundings. The trail can be easily accessed near Deep Creek overlook on Hwy 441, or by looking out for the Interpretive Sign "Spared the Saw". With a 38-minute round trip, this peaceful and scenic trail is a must-visit for any nature lover in North Carolina.