Trip Planner: USA / Tennessee / Sevier County / Pigeon Forge / Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster
With almost 2 km (more than 1 mi) of track, Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster is the longest downhill ride in the United States. The gravity-driven rollercoaster features bobsled-style cars that you can control. Lay off the brakes if you want to reach speeds of up to 43 km/h (27 mph). If you're not going too fast, you'll see great views of Smoky Mountains as you speed along the track. Ride alone, or share the thrill with a partner. Ask about group rates. Put Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster at the forefront of your travel plans using our Pigeon Forge route planner.
Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster reviews
First thing we did when we got to town. Pretty pricey but after the first ticket your additional tickets are $10. We were given a veteran discount which helped but they would not give it on...
First thing we did when we got to town. Pretty pricey but after the first ticket your additional tickets are $10. We were given a veteran discount which helped but they would not give it on... more »
We loved this coaster! They space riders out so you don’t run into people going slow. It’s a fast coaster. Once you get pulled to top- it’s downhill all the way.
We loved this coaster! They space riders out so you don’t run into people going slow. It’s a fast coaster. Once you get pulled to top- it’s downhill all the way. more »
This was a fun time! I would definitely come to this ride again. They are very safe and very concerned with making sure the ride is secure. The wait wasn’t too bad and the ride itself was such a blast. I would highly recommend this experience for a family or even couples! Great time for all!
This was a really rad mountain coaster to be honest and you catch some speed! I feel for what it is it's pretty expensive when you have a family. :( Second rides are discounted to $10, which is nice but then that puts you at nearly $30 for two rides for one person. When you have a family of five.....you see where I'm going. Regardless, I liked the attraction, yes. Did I love it? No. I had to buzz myself into the attraction with the ticket I bought, played followed the leader and just jumped in and buckled up, and away I went. There was no real personal interaction at the beginning or end of the ride at all (especially compared to other mountain coasters I've ridden).
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