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Immerse yourself in nature as you stroll along the 14 bridge Treetop Skywalk with over 880′ of connected bridges hanging 50-60′ in the air. Take your visit to new heights atop AnaVista Tower, the highest point in downtown Gatlinburg. This one of a kind observation tower provides guests with 360⁰ views of the smoky mountains. See peaks as far away as Kentucky and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the park and lush botanical Vista Gardens 60 feet below! Home to over 3,000 plants, flowers and sculptures and our “keeper of the forest” Willow, who stands more than 20′ tall. Discover TreeVenture perched on the mountainside of Vista Gardens. Climb, crawl and slide your way through this interactive challenge course for all ages to enjoy. Meandering trails, waterfalls, and inspirational signage, Vista Gardens is a beautiful oasis among the mountains of East Tennessee, located in the heart of downtown Gatlinburg!

Your adventure begins at Firefly Village, a whimsical mountain town with quaint shopping, cozy atmosphere, and scenic views. Grab a table at the Smokehouse with outdoor dining overlooking the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and downtown Gatlinburg and enjoy mouth-watering Southern BBQ smoked fresh every day. Then satisfy your sweet tooth with Blue Bell ice cream, milkshakes, pastries and cookies at Pearl's Pie in the Sky! Wander your way through the park to Black Bear Village where you can enjoy elevated, indoor dining with scenic mountain views at Cliff Top and explore a menu featuring the very best modern American cuisine. Views of Mt. LeConte can be enjoyed from every table! Looking for a quick bite? Kephart Cafe, serves up fresh made flatbreads, gourmet hotdogs and flavorful desserts that the whole family will enjoy. The Memorial Forest Walk is an homage to those impacted by the Chimney Top II fires of 2016. Learn about the impact to Anakeesta and read how the land and our community overcame adversity to become ‘Mountain Tough.’ (Source:www.tnvacation.com))

 

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