A Walk Between The Trees In Tennessee


Do you want to take a soothing walk in the woods or obtain a fresh perspective on things? Then this Tennessee treetop skywalk is exactly what you’ve been looking for to help you relax and reconnect with nature and yourself!

With 880 feet of stunning hanging bridges stretched 50-60 feet in the air, this is North America’s largest tree-based skywalk. As you stroll through the canopy, take in the grandeur of nature. Feel what it’s like to soar through the treetops like a bird. Keep your eyes peeled for a bear or a woodpecker on the forest floor below. Bring your camera to capture the wonderful family memory you’ll want to share with everyone!

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The tree top walk is just one mesmerising activities you can discover at Anakeesta Theme Park! You can also try out a dual zipline, A bear venture experience, ride The Chandala, take part in The Rail Runner, plus tons more to keep you busy and connected to nature.

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To gain all-day access, take the picturesque Chondola or the Ridge Rambler adventure vehicle to the peak. Then take a trip along our 16-bridge Treetop Skywalk and ascend Anavista Tower for 3600 views from the highest point in downtown Gatlinburg. Vista Gardens, a multi-sensory botanical garden with whimsy, music, and beautiful vistas, has meandering walkways. All ages will enjoy the TreeVenture and BearVenture obstacle courses. Look for the ‘twigloo’ in the shape of a heart that perfectly frames Mt. LeConte!

Some guests prefer to explore from dusk, where the walk truly takes a magical turn. The long stretch through the stunning mountains is transformed at night with thousands of twinkling fairy lights. You can certainly see why some choose to experience this with nothing but warm yellow lights guiding the way.

If you are from Tennessee or are visiting the area, the Anakeesta Mountaintop Park is an incredible place to visit for families and couples alike.

If you really want to push your adrenaline to the limit, look at these true dare devils that doze in hammocks 150ft high!

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