Leave your spectacular Gatlinburg cabin or Pigeon Forge cabin for the day and transcend to Ober Gatlinburg. Offering one of Gatlinburg’s trademark attractions, Ober Gatlinburg is an experience you’ll always remember and can enjoy year-round. From the moment you begin your ascent on America’s Largest Aerial Tramway, to the black bears playfully rolling around, to the child-sized “Kiddie Land”, to the outrageously fun Velcro Wall, Trampoline, and Bungee Run. Ober Gatlinburg features “no swimwear necessary” water slides, a touch of winter year-round with an indoor ice skating arena, and the popular combo of the scenic chairlift ride up the mountain and alpine slide down the mountain on 1800 feet of tracks!
America’s Largest Aerial Tramway departs regularly from downtown Gatlinburg going directly to the ski resort! The two 120-passenger, counter-balanced cars provide an experience for all ages, from the young to the young at heart.
In the winter months of December through March, Ober Gatlinburg turns into a wonderland of snow and skis. The Smoky Mountains provide Ober with 8 ski trails that challenge skiers of all skill levels and offer 35 inches of snowfall annually.
Ober Gatlinburg, located in Gatlinburg, TN., is within a days drive of 50 percent of the population of the United States. Ober Gatlinburg offers something for all those on your shopping list, including gag gifts such as Hillbilly briefcases and nite lites, as well as some of Gatlinburg’s finest hand-crafted jewelry. Gatlinburg’s highest restaurant, where a delicious lunch or dinner with a view is available daily. Those wanting simpler fare can eat at the Food Court. Another popular activity is a visit to the Municipal Bear Habitat, open April through November, where visitors can meet the Smokies’ most popular resident: the black bear.
With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort and Amusement Park is one of Tennessee’s top attractions. Where else can you combine food, fun and an incomparable view of the Great Smoky Mountains. Best of all, you don’t need to climb up to get there. All you need to do is glide through the air.
For more information call Local Phone: 865-436-5423 or view information online at www.obergatlinburg.com