The Smoky Mountains in Tennessee are a bit of a tourist hub. From scenic views to city exploration, there's so much to see and do. Of the many tourist attractions in the state, one stands out among the rest. The Gatlinburg SkyBridge in Tennessee will give you some amazing sights, and it's finally reopening to visitors this week.

This attraction is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America coming in at 680 feet long. When you start to cross it, you may feel a little sway with your steps.

The bridge has been closed to the public since March, but starting Friday, May 22 visitors can come back and drink in the views. There will, however, be some restrictions in place.

As a "larger attraction," the park has guidelines in place it must follow under Governor Bill Lee's Tennessee Pledge to reopen. Extra safety measures to keep employees and guests safe during their visit will also be implemented.

The SkyLift Park's website outlines some of the guidelines for visitors, including wearing a face covering, being patient during ticket purchases, using debit or credit only, as well as limiting the length of your visit to an hour.

As an extra precaution, there'll also be glass shields at the ticket booths and all employees will be wearing personal protection equipment. 

The number of visitors allowed inside the park at any one time will be controlled to ensure that social distancing guidelines can still be followed.

Additionally, all the SkyLift chairs will be sanitized and wiped down after every use and all handrails will be cleaned multiple times throughout the day.

You can get some of the best views of The Smokies while up in the clouds on this bridge. These scenic landscapes may be hard to leave, but breathtaking memories of the valley below and misty mountains in the distance will stick with you forever.