The Charlie Brown Tree at Sunrise Myrtle Point on top of Mount LeConte

The Charlie Brown Tree at Sunrise Myrtle Point on top of Mount LeConte

Sunday, February 17th, 2019

From the top of Mount LeConte, Myrtle Point is famous for being the best place to capture a Smoky Mountain sunrise. It provides a nearly 360 degree view surveying the area and is a VERY popular photography destination.

Many of you may be familiar with Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree.  We think it’s actually located here, and Adam Gravette, a local photographer captured these stunning images from the top of Mount LeConte in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Click on the picture below, and the link will take you to his page for more stunning pictures of his Sunrise hike to Myrtle Point.

Myrtle Point is only one of the many of interesting sites that will amaze you on The Alum Cave Trail to Mount LeConte. It is one of the most challenging and rewarding trails in the National Park.

Whether you are an avid hiker in search of your next adventure or a tourist looking to make the most of your retreat in America’s beautiful Smoky Mountains, the Alum Cave Trail guarantees you an exciting day of exploring, and enjoying the beauty and serenity of nature. If you only hike one trail in the Great Smokies, make it the Alum Cave Trail.

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