SELF-GUIDING WALKING TOUR CLINGMAN'S DOME - Everything you need to know about the 6,643' Clingman's Dome, highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains and on the Appalachian Trail: Terrain, Geology, Geography, Natural Habitat, Tree Diseases, Logging, the Cherokee People, Summit information, and photos from the top of the viewing tower. 24 Pages, soft cover booklet.
©2011 Great Smoky Mountains Association
Written by Geoff Cantrell
Edited by Kent Cave and Steve Kemp
Designed by Shelly Powell
Mountain location guide by George B. Stevenson
Photography: Fred J. Alsop III - oage 12 (Canada Warbler); Kent
Cave - page 7; Jessie Harris - page 9 (St John's Wort); Bill Lea - front cover,
pages 2-4, 6, 8, 9 (spruce-fir forest), 10, 11, 12 (red squirrel, Barned Owl),
15, 16 (dead fraser firs), 17, 19, 21; NPS Archives - pages 13, 16 (Thomas
Clingman), 20; Ed Ponikwia - page 9 (Thyme-leaved Bluets);
Jerry Whaley - back cover.
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