Visitors of the Smoky Mountains can reach Chimney Tops – a mountain that the Cherokee Indians called Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’ – after a two mile hike along a steep trail. It’s a beautiful view, and one that you can enjoy everyday on prints available in my gallery at Fine Art America. I hope you’ll visit and find something you like, either for yourself or to give as a gift. Thanks!
The Cherokee Indians called it Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’. I might use the same term, if I could pronounce it?! Whatever the case, it’s really a two mile hike up a mountain with a steeper than typical incline; a.k.a., a calves-burner. But, now that you’re at the top, why not enjoy the view on a print or other product available through my shops? You can see more, here:
Most commonly known as Chimney Tops, the Cherokee Indians called it Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’. I call it a steep 2-mile hike in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee – with a great view! Located not far from Gatlinburg, it’s a popular trail with limited parking. However, you can enjoy a view from home when you purchase a print from my gallery. Many options are available to select. Thanks!