Mount LeConte

The Smoky Mountains


Mount LeConte stands an impressive 6593-feet above sea level – the tallest mountain entirely within the state of Tennessee – and provides hikers with stunning panoramic scenery of the Smoky Mountains. Enjoy this view from your couch or office desk chair, when you purchase a print from my gallery. There are several options available to select, and framed prints may also be customized to make it your own!

By Phil

I'm a self-taught graphic artist with a penchant for all things creative, and feature an eclectic collection of unusually imaginative designs available through various print-on-demand galleries. Enjoy a look around my portfolio, collections and blog, and follow me on Twitter for more updates - thanks!

13 comments

    1. Yes, the views were outstanding!!! The best spot (wouldn’t you know it) is another mile across the top of the mountain – called Myrtle’s Point. Who needs rest, anyway? All told, it’s a 12-mile roundtrip hike, followed by some serious sleep and sore muscles the next day or two 😂😂😂 I’ll go again for my third hike in the fall, hopefully timed for when the change of color is at peak. Have a wonderful weekend, dear Kym 🤗🌹

      1. Oh my, that sounds so exciting Phil, albeit exhausting, but nevertheless thrilling and rewarding. 🥾💥🙏🏼 Now, that is living your best life! 👍🏼 Have a FANtabulous weekend too my friend. ☺🥂🌞

    1. Es freut mich, dass es dir gefällt, lieber Balle. Es gibt 5 verschiedene Wege und es ist eine schöne Aussicht von oben, besonders im Herbst, wenn die Farben wechseln. Danke für deinen netten Kommentar und ich wünsche dir ein schönes Wochenende 😊🤗💖

        1. Yes, I think so and I’m glad you enjoy my pictures. Like I said before, Balle, if you are ever in the area, I would be happy to show you the places I visit. Cheers my friend 🥂

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