Snowfall Just Made Tennessee's SkyBridge Light Show Even More Magical (VIDEO)
North America's longest pedestrian suspension bridge is now a snowy wonderland❄️
In November, the Skylift Park in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, transformed into a sky-high walk-thru light show for the holiday season.at
This week, the already-magical bridge got even more spectacular when it was coated in a sparkly white blanket of snow.
At 680-feet long and 150-feet high, North America's longest pedestrian suspension bridge overlooks the now snowcapped Great Smoky Mountains.
During the holiday season, the bridge is decorated with over 40,000 twinkling lights for Lights Over Gatlinburg.
A 300-foot tunnel suspended in mid-air is covered in a canopy of colorful bulbs, and now it's also glistening in the snow.
The lights are even synchronized to music, so you'll hear your favorite holiday songs as you stroll amongst the clouds.
Oh, and, we hope you're not afraid of heights — At the bridge's highest point, you'll have to walk across 30 feet of glass panels that look straight down to the snowy ground below.
The park is a winter wonderland now that it's seen snow, so it's the perfect time to take a walk "over the bridge and through the woods."
SkyBridge at SkyLift Park
When: November 13, 2020 — January 31, 2021
Address: 765 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN
Why You Need To Go: To look out over the snowcapped Great Smoky Mountains while walking through a twinkling light show suspended 150 feet in the air.