The LeConte Lodge opened up for the 2014 season Monday.
The lodge posted a gorgeous picture of sunrise on its blog earlier this morning, writing that it's twelve degrees there right now. They said they are putting the finishing touches on the guest cabins in anticipation of their first guests of the year, and are hoping the weather will stay clear so they can get the rest of their supplies brought in my helicopter.
LeConte Lodge is the highest elevation guest lodge in the Eastern United States. It's about 6400 feet above sea level in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The area used to be a tent camp for visiting dignitaries, but now serves the general public as the only place in the Smokies where you can stay overnight in a structure.
For more information, visit their website.