These will be the most fascinating pictures for all nature lovers out there. Let’s take a virtual walk to the longest tree-based bridge in North America!
Ankeesta Treetop Skywalk is a gem located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Anakeesta literally means “the place of high ground” in the Cherokee language. If you love walking the grounds, this is the perfect place.
This tree-based bridge walks you through the trees at any time of the day. It is up to 50-60 feet in the air. The beautiful scenery is another bonus you get in your journey alongside the heavenly feeling.
This 16-bridge skywalk is made in a series of interconnected bridges, giving you the chance to see all the wild animals and spectacular views in your 800-long walk.
Nighttime is more magical! The whole bridge is lit with beautiful lights, creating a dreamy scenery. Imagine walking in there, feeling like a fairy.
The park offers facilities for all people of all ages. People who use wheelchairs are also welcome. On the other hand, the zip-line through the treetops is another unforgettable experience. Moreover, you can even ride the mountain roller coaster!
There are plenty of dining places where you can enjoy your food with a view! Unfortunately, you cannot bring your pet with you unless they are ADA-certified service animals.
There are two types of fees to enter the park: the general one and the annual pass. Either way, it is a spectacular experience for whoever will go there to forever remember.
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