Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster Promises Longest Downhill Ride in the U.S.

Mom and son on an Alpine coasterLooking to add some thrills to your vacation? The Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster is the longest downhill ride in the United States! Located right here in Pigeon Forge, this exhilarating ride combines everything you love about roller coasters with breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains. With over one mile of track, this awesome Pigeon Forge attraction is well worth a visit.

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Location

The Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster is located at 867 Wears Valley Road in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 37863. To get to the coaster, take the Parkway and turn onto Wears Valley Road at traffic light #3 and you’ll find the Alpine Coaster on the left.

Perfect for the Whole Family

The Alpine Coaster’s sleds are designed to comfortably hold one or two people, making it ideal for a parent and child to ride together. Anyone over 56 inches tall can ride the coaster alone, and children taller than 38 inches can ride as a passenger.

Another reason families love the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster is its speed control. The driver is in charge of how fast the sled goes, so children won’t get scared if the ride moves too quickly. On the other hand, adventurous families will be able to enjoy maximum speeds of 27 miles per hour!

Where to Stay

Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals are just minutes away from this excellent Pigeon Forge attraction! With over 300 log cabins for rent, we are guaranteed to have the perfect vacation home for your family. Our properties feature the very best amenities, including fun-filled game rooms, home theater systems, high speed wireless internet, and private pools. Visit our Pigeon Forge Cabins page to start planning your next vacation in the Smokies, or give us a call at 1-877-549-6775

 

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