A Romantic Getaway in Gatlinburg

Gatlinburg, Tennessee is known as the third best wedding destination in the world. Who wouldn’t find romance in a cabin in the mountains? Snuggling on the deck of a cabin watching the sunset or horseback riding along shady trails are two of the romantic getaways found in a vacation brochure of Gatlinburg. Travel information to activities in Gatlinburg will give couples more ideas for a romantic vacation.

Romance in the Air

Hold your significant other in a basket high above the mountains. The sky lift travels 1,800 feet to the top of Crockett Mountain. The Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tram rises to the top of Mount Harrison. Couples could check out the Gatlinburg Space Needle, from which they can see all around the mountains.

Romance on the High Seas

Well, on the water. Or in this case, hold each other’s hands and marvel as you walk beneath the water. The vacation brochure describes Ripley’s Believe it or Not tunnel as “America’s #1 aquarium”. If you have adventurous spirits, whitewater rafting awaits along the Pigeon River. 5 miles of river contains 10 rapids, for the thrill of a lifetime. If adventure isn’t your thing, float down the Pigeon River’s lower half and let the gently drifting water carry you both away. Lovers may also spend time fishing in quiet sparkling mountain waters.

Romance in the Grass

One and two hour horseback rides take couples through gorgeous scenery and along mountain streams. There is also hiking, biking, zip lining, seeing the rainforest zoo, bird watching and picnics in the park. It was a tragic story, but the romance of the Titanic will live forever. Take your love to the Pigeon Forge Titanic Museum, the largest in the world dedicated to the unsinkable ship. Travel information also describes romantic dining in Gatlinburg. See a dinner show, dine overlooking the water at a four-star restaurant or take her to Crystelle Creek to eat steak, chicken or trout by candlelight. She’ll be amazed at the raining roof water and the 80 foot raining light tree.

In today’s two-income family, work and stress are a given. Get away to the Great Smoky Mountains, where there are so many romantic choices you might have trouble deciding which to do first. Let the beauty and serenity of a mountain cabin remind you what romance is all about.

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