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NOW MORE PEOPLE CAN EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY OF TENNESSEE

The landscape of Tennessee is lush with bright greens and yellows in the spring and vivid reds and oranges in the fall. It’s a kaleidoscope of truly breathtaking colors.

But we realize not everyone can fully experience its beauty.

So, we’ve installed the first-ever scenic viewers outfitted with the latest color-deficiency technology at three of the most beautiful lookouts in East Tennessee.

This way, people who have never seen the full spectrum of Tennessee color can experience them for the very first time with The Color Blind-less Viewer.

See their reactions below, and click here to see where all of our Color Blind-less Viewers are located.

 

Nature is calling

Nature is calling

Byways, river bends, hiking trails and more—Tennessee has a variety of terrains waiting for you to explore.    

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Cast A Line in Wildersville

Cast A Line in Wildersville

Tennessee's famous fisherman, Bill Dance, shares techniques on how to catch some of the biggest fish in the state. 

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Explore the outdoors

Explore the outdoors

Whether you’re into fishing, hiking, biking, or just taking in a beautiful view—Tennessee has an activity for you.  

Photo credit: Chuck Sutherland

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Fall Colors For The First Time

Fall Colors For The First Time

We realize not everyone is able to fully experience the beauty of Tennessee in fall. This year, we want to help change that.

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Camp under the stars

Camp under the stars

Pitch a tent (or park an RV) and take a snooze under the Tennessee moonlight.

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