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Travelers seeking a peaceful escape from crowded amusement parks and tourist traps will find a respite in Townsend, Tennessee—the Peaceful Side of the Smoky Mountains.
This tranquil locale with breathtaking, scenic views provides an abundance of activities for all ages in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Visitors can experience an array of outdoor adventures like hiking, biking, zip lining, horseback riding, tubing, kayaking and motorcycle riding.
Those who prefer shopping over nature will find the area offers a unique shopping experience. Visitors can peruse antiques at one of the many antique shops or country stores.
A fun-filled day in Smoky Mountains will work up an appetite. The area is home to many award-winning dining options offering an authentic take on local, Southern Appalachian fare.
There is a broad range of accommodations to meet any preference, from luxurious cabins at Dancing Bear Lodge to hotels, campgrounds or even glamping.
Travel to the Peaceful Side of the Smoky Mountains is easy with a regional airport located less than 50 miles from the heart of the Smoky Mountains. Major highways like I-40 provide convenience for those traveling by motor vehicle.
Surrounded by spectacular natural spaces, wildlife and glaciers, and filled with metropolitan appeals, Anchorage is the best of Alaska, all in one place.
Anchorage offers the perfect balance between unrivaled wilderness and adventure and the amenities visitors expect from a modern city. Reel in monster salmon, soar over North America’s tallest peaks, raft Alaska‘s wild rivers, watch glaciers calve in a thunderous roar, pan for gold at a real mine or find solitude at a remote Alaska lodge.
Enjoy the midnight sun at the height of summer, or glide along in a dogsled under the northern lights during winter. With 1,500 resident moose, as well as eagles, salmon,
Dall sheep and beluga whales, this city is wild in all the right ways.
Yet as Alaska’s largest city, it offers the amenities to keep everyone comfortable and the infrastructure to explore amazing parts of Alaska in a snap. With Anchorage’s surprising complement of high-end eateries, world class museums and art galleries, you can be certain your stay will be not only enjoyable, but also unforgettable.
Discover your own adventure in Logan, Utah, the most scenic way from Salt Lake City to Yellowstone and Jackson. Stay and play in this high mountain valley known for outdoor adventures, hands-on heritage experiences, and performing and fine arts.
Mountain bike, canoe, fly fish, bird watch, hike, rock climb, ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile in the Wasatch Cache National Forest, just a five-minute drive from downtown Logan. During winter months, take a sleigh ride through a herd of 600 elk at Hardware Ranch.
Stop in at the American West Heritage Center, a 160-acre living-history museum to experience firsthand the history of the Old West. Visit with Native Americans, mountain men, farmers, and pioneers. Experience living life like they did through games, activities, crafts, and food, music, wagon rides, and more. For a true taste of the area you’ll enjoy the self-guided Foodie Trek and sample famous foods made here including cheeses, chocolates, coffee, cookies, honey, fruit, and ice creams.
The city of Logan boasts Utah State University, a dozen art galleries, specialty shops, examples of early Mormon pioneer architecture, and the stunning 1923 Ellen Eccles Theatre, home of the renowned Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Company. Drive through dramatic mile-high limestone cliffs along the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, a 45-minute road trip through forested canopies along the winding Logan River to the turquoise waters of Bear Lake. Come discover your own adventure in Logan, the most scenic stop between Yellowstone, the Tetons, and Salt Lake City.