Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Biking in Cades Cove By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2017


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Cades Cove is an isolated, fertile valley surrounded by tall mountain peaks and deep forests. The Cove is a popular attraction at Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a landscape of rich fields and streams, and a landmark of protected history as well. Several 18th and 19th century historic buildings still stand throughout Cades Cove, including homes, churches, and even a working grist mill. Visitors can tour this popular area via bicycle in the summer when the one-way road is closed twice a week to cars. Anderson Design Group captured that experience in this handcrafted addition to our American National Park poster series. Put a splash of history and appreciation for the parks on your wall, bureau, desk, or mantle with a framed postcard, canvas banner, or metal sign. And to learn more about Great Smoky Mountains National Park, visit the Great Smoky Mountains Association.

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