Elevations in the Smoky Mountains


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Elevations in the Smoky Mountains vary over 5,000 feet from the highest point to the lowest. Listed below are the elevations of some of the most popular and recognized areas of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Lowest to Highest (feet above sea level)
  1. Sugarlands Visitor Center - 1,462 feet 
  2. Cades Cove Visitor Center - 1,716 feet
  3. Oconaluftee Visitor Center - 2,040 feet
  4. Laurel Falls - 2,600 feet
  5. Cataloochee Valley - 2,680 feet
  6. Cove Mountain - 4,078 feet
  7. Ramsey Cascades - 4,300 feet
  8. Chimney Tops - 4,800 feet
  9. Spence Field - 4,920 feet
  10. Alum Cave Bluffs - 4,970 feet
  11. Newfound Gap - 5,046 feet
  12. Charlie's Bunion - 5,565 feet
  13. Andrew's Bald - 5,920 feet
  14. Mt. Collins - 6,188 feet
  15. Mt. Kephart - 6,217 feet
  16. Luftee Knob - 6,234 feet
  17. Old Black - 6,370 feet
  18. Mt. Chapman - 6,417 feet
  19. Mt. Love - 6,420 feet
  20. Mt. Buckley - 6,580 feet
  21. Mt. Leconte - 6,593 feet
  22. Mt. Guyot - 6,621 feet
  23. Clingman's Dome - 6,673 feet
Smoky Mountain Areas of Interest Elevation (feet above sea level)
  1. Gatlinburg - 1,289 feet
  2. Pigeon Forge - 1,001 feet
  3. Sevierville - 902 feet
  4. Wears Valley - 1,454 feet

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