Clingmans Dome

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Cling·mans Dome

 (klĭng′mənz)
A mountain, 2,025 m (6,643 ft) high, in the Great Smoky Mountains on the Tennessee-North Carolina border. It is the highest elevation of the range and the highest point in Tennessee.
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Cling′mans Dome′

(ˈklɪŋ mənz)
n.
a mountain on the border between North Carolina and Tennessee: the highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains. 6642 ft. (2024 m).
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"From slaying the infamous Tail of the Dragon and the Georgia Dragon, to climbing the summit of Clingman's Dome; from riding the Cherahola Skyway and Blue Ridge Parkway, to discovering stunning waterfalls; from going wake surfing on Lake Loudon with Malibu Boats, to visiting the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley; there was plenty of spectacular sites and natural wonders to be found and experienced around every curve," said Kenton Smith.
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Of the four areas I was able to traverse, the most interesting was Clingman's Dome. At 6,600+ feet above sea level, it's the highest point in the eastern U.S.