Ober Gatlinburg Season Passes On Sale Now

Family skiing in the mountainWith winter just around the corner, Ober Gatlinburg staff is gearing up by offering guests season tickets to their ski and snowboarding Gatlinburg attraction.

Not only do the season passes provide visitors with exclusive access to Ober’s thrilling slopes, pass holders will also appreciate discounted parking to the resort, as well as discounted tickets to many popular area attractions, restaurants and shops. Discounted attractions include Guinness World Records Museum, Ripley’s Aquarium, Hard Rock Cafe, Howard’s Restaurant, and more.

The most economical route for skiers and snowboarders who want to return to Ober Gatlinburg time after time, the season passes are only $274 now through November 15, and rise to $324 November 16 through the end of the season.  Seasonal parking passes are also available. To purchase one of these passes, simply visit the Gatlinburg attraction’s Rates page on its website.

Not much of a skier? Ober Gatlinburg also offers guests a thrilling snow tubing rides, a delicious restaurant and relaxing lounge area, an ice skating rink and a wildlife viewing area. Don’t forget to enjoy a scenic trip to the snowy Gatlinburg attraction by taking an exciting ride on the Gatlinburg Aerial Tram! Taking guests on a smooth ride high above mountain streams and tree tops, the Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway offers riders an unparalleled beautiful view of the Great Smoky Mountains.

To learn more about Ober Gatlinburg, or other thrilling Gatlinburg attractions, Visit My Smokies invited guests to check out our Attractions page on our website. There visitors will find discounted tickets and exclusive deals to all the popular theme parks, shows, shops and more in the area.

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About Mal Alder
Mal Alder is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Creative Writing with a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Beyond writing, her interests include politics, new technology and anything involving the Smoky Mountains. When she's not at work she can be found at the dog park, a bookstore or a golf course, depending on the weather.