The Smokies are named for the blue mist that always seems to hover around the peaks and valleys. The Cherokee called them shaconage, (shah-con-ah-jey) or "place of the blue smoke". The Smokies are named for the blue mist that always seems to hover around the peaks and valleys. The Cherokee called them shaconage, (shah-con-ah-jey) or "place of the blue smoke".
mountains are Nanga Parbat, and K2.
The Smokey Mountains got their name because the trees give off some chemicals which in the presence of sunlight convert to a biologically produced photochemical smog which gives the mountains a hazy atmosphere, they look smokey.
Superstition Mountains was created in 1939.
Tornadoes can form in mountains, but most do not.
mountains* The Himalaya mountains have existed for approximately 40-50 million years.
The smoky mountains are nonexistent. Try the smokey mountains
Thay are smoky. They are mountains. They are found in North Carolina.
what is your question? yes there is acid rain in the smoky mountains.
Yes their is endangered animals in the great smoky mountains
Great Smoky Mountains Expressway was created in 1983.
The haze that emanates from the trees. It is not smoke or fog.
The highest peak in the Great Smokey Mountains is Clingmans Dome.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Headquarters is 965 miles from Houston.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park was created in 1934.
The Appalachian Mountains.
The Great Smoky Mountains are major mountain range in the southern part of the Appalachian Mountains.