Tennessee is the place to be for sunsets.
Newfound Gap Parking Area
Newfound Gap is the lowest point see a sunset in the Smoky Mountains. It’s unique as the sun goes down through the hills and trees.
Cliff Top at Mt. Le Conte
Mt. Le Conte is a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to see a sunset as high as you can. What better way to take in a sunset from this beautiful vantage point?
Clingman’s Dome gives an amazing 360-degree vantage point after the climb to the top.
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
Roaring Fork Trail takes you through the old wood forest, past historic buildings, and right up next to streams and waterfalls. Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail gives you the chance to see the setting sun reflect off the waterways.
As the name would imply, Morton Overlook is renowned for its view. You can look at the sunset as it sinks into the mountains. Morton Overlook offers a colorful display. If you want to see a sunset light up like a kaleidoscope, this is the place.
There’s fun and relaxation waiting for you after a day of sightseeing at My Bearfoot Cabins.
Pat and Don Kirchhoefer, owners