Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.
Blog posts for November 2013
The weather forecast for the next few days doesn't look great. They're calling for cold temps, rain and even some snow in the Smoky Mountains in the days leading up to Thanksgiving Day. But don't despair, travelers. Things are going to pick up and warm up just in time to enjoy a great post-Thanksgiving weekend in the Smokies. Here are a few ideas for what to do:
If you're looking for a truly outstanding Smoky Mountain zipline adventure, you'll want to spend a few hours on one of our canopy tours. Why? Smoky Mountain Ziplines has been awarded tripadvisor.com's Certificate of Excellence for the past two years.
According to the calendar, autumn's going to hang around for a few more weeks. But in the Great Smoky Mountains, folks are already thinking about winter. That's because Smoky Mountain Winterfest offers four full months of fun ways to celebrate Christmas and enjoy the entire holiday season.
The fall foliage colors are really peaking now in the low to middle elevations. Most of the leaves above 3,500 feet have fallen, and they're starting to drop here in the lower levels too, so this may be one of the last good weeks for viewing and photographing.