Last updated: January 02. 2014 12:47AM - 1135 Views
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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily NewsThe Pinnacle Overlook at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park draws visitors from across the nation throughout the year. Visitors stopped during the holiday season to enjoy the beauty of the region and are now headed back to their homes to enjoy the new year. “It's a beautiful place and nobody would ever guess the view is like this. It's a quaint little area, but everything is still pretty convenient,” said Jayne Puckett, visitor from southern Indiana.
Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily NewsThe Pinnacle Overlook at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park draws visitors from across the nation throughout the year. Visitors stopped during the holiday season to enjoy the beauty of the region and are now headed back to their homes to enjoy the new year. “It's a beautiful place and nobody would ever guess the view is like this. It's a quaint little area, but everything is still pretty convenient,” said Jayne Puckett, visitor from southern Indiana.
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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily News


The Pinnacle Overlook at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park draws visitors from across the nation throughout the year. Visitors stopped during the holiday season to enjoy the beauty of the region and are now headed back to their homes to enjoy the new year. “It’s a beautiful place and nobody would ever guess the view is like this. It’s a quaint little area, but everything is still pretty convenient,” said Jayne Puckett, visitor from southern Indiana.


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