The Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee are the ideal setting for a winter vacation. But, knowing where to travel on your ski trip to Tennessee isn’t easy.
So, we’ve done the hard work for you. With hundreds of acres of skiable terrain to explore, these are the destinations you need to visit on your ski and snowboard trip to Tennessee.
At Ober Gatlinburg, there’s more than just skiing and snowboarding. As one of the top attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains, Ober Gatlinburg offers ice skating, an alpine slide, a ski mountain coaster, ice bumper cars, a scenic chairlift, and so much more. This amusement park combined with skiing and snowboarding is a must-see on your ski trip to Tennessee.
Beech Mountain Ski Resort is just a short drive across the border in North Carolina. With a peak at more than 5,500 feet, Beech Mountain is the highest resort in the eastern region of the U.S. With 95 acres of skiable terrain and 17 ski trails, the fun is endless at Beech Mountain. The resort also boasts a Bavarian-style lodge, ice skating, tubing, and four restaurants.
Considering its close proximity to Asheville and cities in Tennessee, Wolf Ridge is an excellent choice on your ski trip to Tennessee and is highly regarded as North Carolina’s most accessible ski resort. Although the resort is smaller than others, it’s much more affordable and oftentimes much less crowded. Wolf Ridge features 15 ski runs along with lit trails for night skiing.
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