If you are seeking an outdoor adventure with wide open spaces and lots of thrills, you need look no further than Anakeesta’s 70-acre adventure park. This adventure park provides a multitude of outdoor-open air adventures such as their “Tree Canopy Walk,” an incredible trek through old growth forests with sixteen connected sky bridges and various overlooks.
For a big adrenaline rush don’t miss Anakeesta’s premier attraction “Dueling Ziplines.” Rising one-hundred and fifty feet above the forest floor, this one-of-a-kind zipline system allows visitors to zip over one thousand feet through the treetops, side-by-side.
You can be sure that Anakeesta is following strict COVID protocols and guidelines. Currently this adventure park is using QR codes for paperless ticketing and adhering to a rigorous cleaning schedules of all equipment. You will also find reduced capacity, social distancing and hand sanitizing stations are just some of the extra precautions.
For more information visit: Anakeesta
Another outdoor adventure not to miss in Gatlinburg during the pandemic is SkyLyft Park. This journey starts at the base of Crokett Mountain in downtown Gatlinburg where you will board an open air SkyLift chair.
Once at the top you can do something found nowhere else in America, and that is trek across the state-of-the-art SkyBridge. Spanning six-hundred and eighty feet across the valley of Gatlinburg, it is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America. You’ll be blown away by the spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as you stroll across this magnificent suspension bridge. Don’t miss the glass bottom section of this bridge where you can peer down from great heights to the plunging valley below!
When planning a safe vacation to Gatlinburg SkyLift Park is an ideal attraction for an outdoor adventure. They are also taking extra precautions too, cleaning and sanitizing all touch points, chairs, and rails multiple times a day. Guests and employees are required to where masks and increased social distancing procedures have been implemented.
For more information visit: Gatlinburg Skylift / Skybridge