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Cataloochee Valley is a secluded corner of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A few historical structures dot the landscape as reminders of the once thriving community that existed here. Due to it's relative solitude, no paved roads service the valley, it was selected for the reintroduction of 25 Elk in 2001. Absent since the mid 1700's, the Elk have adapted well to the valley and are slowly expanding into other areas of the park. Vivid colors and bugling Elk make fall is an excellent time to visit.
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