Viviendo la Naturaleza

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    This was our favorite visit at the Great Smoky Mountains we rented a cabin near Fontana Lake and explored the national park like we never did before. Determined to see and film the wildlife of the smokies and hopefully see a black bear for the first time in our life, we drove to Cades Cove although many people warned us it could get busy and hard to film with the crowds. We left early and arrived around 830am just in time to get a glimpse of the morning fog and the deer grazing the beautiful meadows. Speaking of meadows gorgeous yellow wild autumn flowers as far as the eye could see, really wished we could fly our drone here unfortunately it is not allowed in the park. The air and smell at cades cove felt so pure and unspoiled truly a fresh breath of air.After a while driving the loop and looking thru our binoculars Veerle saw three brown dots moving far out in a field, quickly took all our gear out to take a closer look and yes it was mommy bear with her two cubs playing under a tree. Before we were able to hit record they climbed in the tree, there were other people stopping by to ask us what we saw and before you knew everyone was stopping and waiting for the bears to come out of the tree. A ranger arrived and took us a little closer by the tree and suddenly they came out we felt so blessed to see the black bears and one of the cubs even was standing on its two feet to say hi to us. Our day at cades cove was one to never forget and we didn't really wanted to leave. But we still had many other beautiful places on our to do list, like the old Joyce kilmer forest with their giant poplar trees, the stream running thru the forest looked like a fairy tail. We saw some unique vegetation looked like a white coral like mushroom and a lot of chipmunks too. Couple of years ago we were fortunate to film elk at Cherokee so we decided to go back and we saw big daddy again and counted like 17 ladies that followed him. The four bucks that were part of the family couple years ago were kicked out of his group. They got big and probably soon will be fighting to get some own ladies, also saw ground hogs, squirrels even a white one was around.The Cherohala skyway was beautiful reminds me little of the Blue ridge parkway there we took our drone and made some nice aerials on the way there we stopped at one of the most beautiful mountain lake Santeetlah Lake the reflections are so nice and hardly any people or homes around very tranquil.
    Time for a waterfall we decided to go to one of the less famous waterfall Yellow creek falls the little 0.3 mile hike was perfect you can tell the forest is older covered with moss very green one of the most beautiful creeks we have seen there.The road to nowhere is another great road to see many nice overlooks of the Fontana Lake with at the end a tunnel where you can start many beautiful hikes.The weather was changing and we got some rainy days but even with the rain the smokies are so beautiful the overlooks in the national park were breathtaking. Clingmans dome was covered by fog so we took our gear and hiked the Appalachian trail nearby the spruce-fir forest there is the second most beautiful forest I have ever seen.In fact, the cool, wet conditions on Clingmans Dome's summit make the spruce-fir forest that grows there a coniferous rainforest. Since we could not get enough of the Cades Cove we decided to drive back and were rewarded by two black bear families, we got to see them up in two trees next to a gravel road.Three adult bears and 5 cubs it was a big feast in the tree. They were eating the hickory nuts some cubs were sleeping others were playing we could not believe how good a climbers these gorgeous creature are. This trip has opened our eyes in many different ways we hope to share some of it in this video and are very thankful to be a part of the best experience now we now why the add the word GREAT before the Smoky Mountains.


    Clingmans Dome
    Cherokee NC
    Road to Nowhere
    Yellow Creek Falls
    Santeetlah Lake
    Cades Cove
    Joyce Kilmer forest
    Cherohala Skyway

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Viviendo la Naturaleza

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