In Gatlinburg, you can always find a reason to start a new tradition. During the winter, you’ll be able to enjoy all of the joys of Gatlinburg next to a blazing fire with a piping cut of hot coffee or chocolate topped with a thick layer of whipped cream. Start a new fireside tradition this year in Gatlinburg by planning a trip to the Smokies this winter.
Relax, Warm up and Unwind
What better way can you spend a few days during the cold winter months than nestled up under a cozy blanket next to a glowing fire? If you want to create a new family tradition, plan a trip to Gatlinburg every winter so that the whole family can enjoy the beauty of the snowcapped Smoky Mountains, the warmth of a blazing fire, and the joys of the winter season in Gatlinburg.
Enjoy Peace and Serenity in the Smoky Mountains
Take a breath and enjoy the crisp, clean air that makes the Smoky Mountains such a wonderful place to visit during the winter. Add a cozy Gatlinburg cabin or chalet to your fireside tradition, and you’ll have the perfect trip for one, two or the whole family during the winter. You can create lasting memories all year long in Gatlinburg. This is the place where family vacations become family traditions. If you need a place to snuggle up during the winter next to a blazing fire, there’s no better place in the world than in one of the prettiest little towns on earth.
Winter activities are all around in Gatlinburg. Take a wild ride down the tubing hill on your very own snow tube, carve up the slopes on skis or a snowboard, or go ice skating around the beautiful ice rink at Ober Gatlinburg. Explore Great Smoky Mountains National Park on foot or in the car to catch some spectacular snowcapped mountain views. Visit the local shops to find some of the best treasures, souvenirs, and one-of-a-kind gifts in the southeast, or bundle up for a stroll downtown to experience the nearly deserted streets and the peaceful quiet that only happens once a year!
With so many memories waiting to be made in Gatlinburg, it’s time to start your newest tradition. Do you have a fireside tradition in Gatlinburg, Tennessee? Let us know in the comments, on Facebook, on Twitter @travelgburg, or on Google +!