Smoky Mountain Elevations

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The Great Smoky Mountains have varying elevations with its highest point rising more than 6,600 feet above sea level. Here is a complete list of popular elevations within the Smoky Mountains National Park.

LOWEST TO HIGHEST (FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL)

Sugarlands Visitor Center - 1,462 feet

Cades Cove Visitor Center - 1,716 feet

Oconaluftee Visitor Center - 2,040 feet

Laurel Falls - 2,600 feet

Cataloochee Valley - 2,680 feet

Cove Mountain - 4,078 feet

Ramsey Cascades - 4,300 feet

Chimney Tops - 4,800 feet

Spence Field - 4,920 feet

Alum Cave Bluffs - 4,970 feet

Newfound Gap - 5,046 feet

Charlie's Bunion - 5,565 feet

Andrew's Bald - 5,920 feet

Mt. Collins - 6,188 feet

Mt. Kephart - 6,217 feet

Luftee Knob - 6,234 feet

Old Black - 6,370 feet

Mt. Chapman - 6,417 feet

Mt. Love - 6,420 feet

Mt. Buckley - 6,580 feet

Mt. Leconte - 6,593 feet

Mt. Guyot - 6,621 feet

Clingman's Dome - 6,673 feet

SMOKY MOUNTAIN AREAS OF INTEREST ELEVATION (FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL)

Gatlinburg - 1,289 feet

Pigeon Forge - 1,001 feet

Sevierville - 902 feet

Wears Valley - 1,454 feet