When you spend time hiking in the winter weather when you visit the Smoky Mountains, you want to be as safe as possible. In order to guarantee everyone in your group is safe and warm, follow these tips:
Are you counting down the days to the fall weather? So are we! We love the fall season in the Smoky Mountains. Of course, the fall leaves are the main reason people visit the Smokies this time of year, but we love the fall for more than just the colors.
The fall season means campfires, sweaters and hot apple cider, and there’s no better place to celebrate the season than with Cherokee Lodge Condos in Pigeon Forge. But now you’re probably asking yourself, “When is the best time to visit?” Well, we have those answers for you, just read below!
Maybe you visit the Smoky Mountains every year during the fall season, or maybe you’re planning your first visit to the area. No matter what it may be, the fall colors are on the way and you don’t want to miss them.
When you’re hiking in the Smoky Mountains, you want to make sure you don’t forget some of the most important items. We’re helping you plan your hike with our summertime Smoky Mountains hiking checklist below.