Prettiest Places to See during the Winter in Gatlinburg

Gatlinburg, TN, Gatlinburg Tennesee, Gatlinburg, Smoky Mountains,Winter is a beautiful time of year to visit Gatlinburg. The snowcapped mountains are a beautiful sight to behold, and everything seems to slow down a little bit when the temperatures drop. If you’re looking for some of the prettiest places to visit in Gatlinburg this winter, don’t miss out on these great locations!

The Mountains from the Gatlinburg Bypass

If you have ever been to Gatlinburg and traveled through the area, you’ve probably been to the Gatlinburg bypass. The views from the bypass are gorgeous all year long, and in the winter, white accents the mountains and creates a stunning view of downtown.

Gatlinburg, TN, Gatlinburg Tennesee, Gatlinburg in the Winter, Smoky MountainsThe View from Your Cabin, Chalet, or Hotel Room

Winter is a great time to find a cabin, chalet, or hotel room with a great view! Since less people are in town, there are a lot of great options to explore, even if you’re planning your trip at the last minute. Try to find a cabin, chalet, or hotel room that has a spectacular view of the mountains so that you can enjoy the area’s majestic natural beauty while you curl up next to the fire.

Winter Magic on the Trolley Ride of Lights 

Winter Magic is an incredible event in Gatlinburg that gives you the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful winter lights and light displays in the southeast. The lights in Gatlinburg will be turned on through February 28th, and you can see a spectacular view of the lights by taking a ride on the Trolley Ride of Lights. The Trolley Ride of Lights gives allows visitors to take a glimpse of all our winter lights and experience a narrated journey through Gatlinburg so that you can not only enjoy the sparkling lights but also learn the story behind them. The Trolley Ride of Lights will be open until January 26th, 2013, so book your reservation today to enjoy the best of Winter Magic!

What’s your favorite place to visit in Gatlinburg during the winter? Let us know in the comments section, on Facebook, on Twitter @travelgburg, or on Google +!

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