Top 3 Smoky Mountain Outdoor Adventures

hiker in the Smoky MountainsWarmer weather is here to stay, and we at Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals could not be more excited! To help vacationers find ways to enjoy this beautiful weather, we have put together a list of the top 3 Smoky Mountain outdoor adventures.

(See Related: New Attractions in the Smoky Mountains Open for Spring)

Zip Lining

Admit it, you’ve always secretly wished you could fly. Well now you can at one of the many exciting zip line courses in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. With adventures that take guests as high up as 400 feet above the air, zip liners will feel fearless as they zip through the treetops on the Smoky Mountain outdoor adventure.

Hiking

Hiking is by far one of the most popular outdoor adventures in the Smoky Mountains. With trails ranging in difficulty from very easy to quite challenging, hikers of any experience level are sure to find a trail they love. To learn more about how to best prepare for your Smoky Mountain hike, read our blog on the four essentials every hiker needs to know.

Whitewater Rafting

Little known fact, spring is one of the best times of year to go white water rafting in the Smoky Mountains. The water may be a little bit cooler than during the summer months, but guests won’t have to deal with as many crowds this time of year. There is also a higher chance of catching a sneak peak at many of the area’s wildlife while on your white water adventure in the spring.

Looking for a relaxing place to stay after spending the day exploring on your Smoky Mountain outdoors adventure? Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals offers guests and families a variety of secluded cabin rentals in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge that are perfect for guests to connect with nature while enjoying all the modern amenities of home. To reserve your cabin rental today, give us a call at 1-877-549-6775.

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About Mal Alder

Mal Alder is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Creative Writing with a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Beyond writing, her interests include politics, new technology and anything involving the Smoky Mountains. When she's not at work she can be found at the dog park, a bookstore or a golf course, depending on the weather.