Have you visited the sprawling SkyBridge yet?

By Southern Living
November 18, 2019
Courtesy of Gatlinburg SkyBridge

We interrupt your day to bring you something better than adorable puppy pictures. Better than Southern sunset photos. Better than...

Well, you can judge for yourself. Earlier this week, Gatlinburg, Tennessee got its first major snowstorm of the season, and the beauty of the Gatlinburg SkyBridge—located in Gatlinburg SkyLift Park—was something to behold. The new bridge, which opened in spring of 2019, is said to be North America's longest pedestrian suspension bridge.

Gorgeous as it is with the snow, the bridge will stay closed until it's safe for visitors to walk on it again.

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Watch a video of the snowstorm below on the Gatlinburg SkyLift Park's Facebook page. So far, the short video has received 3,031,463 views and counting since it was shared on November 12th.

Pretty snow isn't the only reason to visit Gatlinburg this November and into the winter. Later this month, Gatlinburg Winter Magic kicks off with Christmas events for all ages.

Do these gorgeous photos have you eager to plan a Gatlinburg trip for this fall or winter? We're ready to pack our bags and head to the mountains.

This article originally appeared on Southern Living by Perri Ormont Blumberg.

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