Are you a person who loves to discover the world on your foot..!! Then the Anakeesta, located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Treetop Skywalk is the ideal place for you. Whether you believe it or not, it is the longest tree-based bridge in North America. The Smoky Mountains of Tennessee are where you can drop off all the stress and problems. By looking at those mountains, you can brighten the day. Apart from that, the moment you spend on this treetop bridge gives precisely the same feeling that you can’t feel and see in another location.
This longest tree-based bridge in North America offers a walk through the trees, either during the day or night. When you walk through this sky bridge, you may perceive that you’re a bird. Cause it’s up to 50-60 feet (15.24 to 18.29 meters) in the air. Other than the cool mist at night gives you a heavenly feeling. While enjoying the beautiful sceneries, you can observe the wild animals throughout the walkway.
The longest tree-based bridge in North America is a series of interconnected bridges high above the city. It’s a 16-bridge skywalk, and you will walk more than 800 feet along with a spectacular series of sky bridges. Were you tired of hearing the number of steps?? Nothing to worry about; this magical place will mitigate all your suffering.
The hanging bridge looks even more magical at nighttime as it’s lit with beautiful fairy lights, making this outdoor recreation walk feel like a dream. And walking along with the swinging ropes reminds a path of heaven.
When we look at the facilities of the park, guests who are using wheelchairs are also welcome to the park. If you are brave enough to get a lifetime experience, you can try zip-lining through the treetops or riding the mountain roller coaster.
Moreover, if you are a hungry bird all the time, this park offers several dining places, including some with panoramic views. Guests are reminded to respect the trees, which means peeling, marking, or harming them, strictly prohibited. Unfortunately, you cannot give this experience to your beloved pet unless they are ADA-certified service animals.
The owner has decided to implement the park’s fees in two categories. You can enter the park under general admission or an annual pass, while those two categories have various offers and activities. You can read more here. If you are visiting this Longest Tree-Based Bridge alone, you must notify the staff when purchasing your ticket. But who will come to see this splendid view without a companionship?
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