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Amazing views of mountains and valleys. Don't take caravans or campers up the road. It is too... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Townsville, Australia
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Stunning views

The expansive views make the trip to the top of Signal Mountain is worth the 5 miles of winding... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Mendham Township, New Jersey
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A 5-mile scenic mountain drive.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing views of mountains and valleys. Don't take caravans or campers up the road. It is too narrow.

Thank JaymieOK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The expansive views make the trip to the top of Signal Mountain is worth the 5 miles of winding road.

Thank joyfultraveller_10
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We drove up Signal Mountain to check out the views. They were pretty cool, and I'm glad we did it. The drive up Signal Mountain is on a somewhat narrow and windy road. This was fine as traffic wasn't bad early in the morning. It...More

Thank radx4
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

With a smoke haze in the area from wildfires, it was probably not the best day to visit this summit. However on a fine clear day the views would be worth the drive up.

Thank Malenymac
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ate dinner here and ordered Mac & cheese and a good , local IPA. Really hit the spot. Service was fast, yet not rushed. Hubby ordered the Bison burger. We both left happy & full. Also, very nice gift shop here, with reasonable prices, especially...More

Thank max55Pinehurst
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a winding back road, steep at times, that will take you up to a panoramic viewpoint. The road is narrow in places - you need take care on the turns and when passing vehicles coming the other way (which can be challenging in...More

Thank LeeStJohn
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A drive up Signal Mountain Road is twisting and steep (about 6 miles long) and parking is at a premium at the top (morning is better than afternoon). Take it slow, especially around the curves - not everyone knows how to drive a mountain road...More

Thank Gryfudd
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed the views from both overlooks on this road. Only a little disappointed that the view of the Tetons was not the main focus. Encountered a young male elk walking along the side of the road on our way down.

Thank Rboone58
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a nice twisty drive up to the summit, where there are expansive views of the mountains and general terrain. Not to be missed. Be prepared, as it will be cooler and windy at the top.

Thank Bruce H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We wanted to hike up, but decided to drive (a good choice for us baby-boomers). The view is spectacular.

Thank jmch491
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8 June 2016|
Response from Am_et_Mat | Reviewed this property |
I don't know if the road is closed at night. The NPS website doesn't tell. I guess the best is to ask directly to the rangers through their website.
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14 September 2015|
Response from FloridaNative1944 | Reviewed this property |
Not very steep, probably maxes out at 6% grade.
Louise E
11 June 2015|
Response from Creno13 |
These are called "slash piles" and are used for controlled fires as a form of fuel reduction. In areas where infrastructure is built, the trees are thinned out and wood piled. Once there is snow on the ground the piles will... More