Support the future, honor the past:ΓÇ¥ a walk to remember”
Three years ago the people of Gatlinburg, TN decided to create an event to honor those men and women who are stationed around the world supporting and protecting the freedoms that Americans enjoy every day. The Mountain Man Memorial March, held on April 17th this year,
Most people choose to see the Great Smoky Mountains by hiking one of the many trails that weave throughout while others decide to hop on a helicopter and soar over them.┬á┬á Yet there is one more little known option that is a fantastic and interesting way to embrace the natural beauty of the mountains ΓÇô
Whether you are an avid hiker or want an easy walk that is family-friendly, there is a trail for you among the 800 miles that are available to hike at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with the main entrance just outside of Gatlinburg, TN. A quick fifteen minute drive through Gatlinburg from the Elk
Pull on your helmets and bathing suits, itΓÇÖs time for a race! As it starts to get warmer swimmers, runners and bicyclists prepare for this yearΓÇÖs Gatlinburg Gateway Triathlon.
Open to anyone age 15 and over, this is a great way to spend the weekend with your family.┬á Cheer on your husband or wife, even your
Gatlinburg, TN – Put on your dancing shoes and bring along a banjo for the sixth annual Music of the Mountains Festival sponsored by the city of Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains Association (GSMA) on April 10th, 2010.
Whether you are a local or visitor to Gatlinburg this is a great time to sit back