Smoky Mountains
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Our most recommended Smoky Mountains Jeep & 4WD Tours

  • Pigeon Forge: Newfound Gap and Smoky Mountains Jeep Tour

    1. Pigeon Forge: Newfound Gap and Smoky Mountains Jeep Tour

    Before your adrenaline charged 4x4 off-road adventure, you'll depart in an iconic, open-air Pink Jeep Wrangler from Pigeon Forge. From there, Sugarland's Visitor Center is your first stop. Learn the history of the towns along the way. Passing through a forest that mimics the boreal forests, discover how the Smokies got their name, stop for amazing photo opportunities and hear more of local geology and history. Arrive at Newfound Gap, nearly 1 mile above sea level. See part of the mighty Appalachian Trail on a short walk, see Newfound Gap’s stunning viewpoint. The return trip from Newfound Gap includes stops for more photos. You’ll see the streams that ultimately feed the Gulf of Mexico via the mighty Mississippi River. Your tour finishes with a hand-gripping, off-roading ride through a trail on private land. Your professional tour guide has been expertly trained to give you an experien...

  • Pigeon Forge: Valleys & Views Smoky Mountains Jeep Tour

    2. Pigeon Forge: Valleys & Views Smoky Mountains Jeep Tour

    Relax in an open-air Jeep on a 2.5-hour panoramic tour in the Great Smoky Mountains through Wears Valley, along Little River Road and up the Foothills Parkway.  Hop aboard and ride off with your Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) towards Wears Valley, an idyllic community of quaint farms, historic sites and scenic views. Learn about the area’s rich history and how the Great Smoky Mountains got their name. Overlook stops offer awe-inspiring panoramas for spectacular photos of the mountains often blanketed in the smoke-like mist, for which they are famous. The parkway provides the best views of the highest peaks in the eastern United States. Touted as “one of the prettiest drives in America,” your guide will share how the rugged terrain and other fascinating factors caused this masterpiece to take decades to complete.

  • Smoky Mountains: Roaring Fork 2.5-Hour Jeep Tour

    3. Smoky Mountains: Roaring Fork 2.5-Hour Jeep Tour

    With your hands on your camera and your guide’s hands on the steering wheel, head toward a road where tour busses can’t go. The heavily forested Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is a single lane road.  Along the way you’ll learn of the hardwood forest in the Smoky Mountains. A narrow, paved path through chestnut oak, white oak, magnolia, maple and tulip trees take you to the pinnacle, where stops at overlooks give you striking views. Historic structures dot the road’s edges. This was the American Frontier in the 1830s and 1840s.  From Roaring Fork, it’s one last pass through Gatlinburg on the way to a thrilling off-roading ride through a trail on private land. Your professional guide has been expertly trained to give you an experience unlike any other in the Great Smoky Mountains.

    This experience is totally new to this area. Beautiful day we had to tour. Not rushed, plenty of time to view, take pics and take it all in.

  • From Pigeon Forge: Foothills Parkway 3-Hour Jeep Tour

    4. From Pigeon Forge: Foothills Parkway 3-Hour Jeep Tour

    This tour includes the breathtaking beauty along the Foothills Parkway. It ends with the thrill of an off-road ride on private land in a custom and iconic Pink Jeep. Stop at overlooks for a spectacular photo tour. With your guide taking care of every amenity, you can focus completely on the scenery ahead. Foothills Parkway is touted by many as “the prettiest drive in America,” the parkway leads to awe-inspiring panoramas.  Approved by Congress in 1944, the final section of Foothills Parkway was completed in late 2018. Along the way your guide will tell of how the rugged terrain caused this masterpiece to take decades to complete. Not only is your guide an expert storyteller, but also an off-roading professional. Your guide will give you yet another memory to share with a 4x4 thrill ride through private, wooded lands that rise above Pigeon Forge.

    This was so fun. Great views and we had the opportunity to bounce around a good bit towards the end. We did some off-road stuff. I loved it!!

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What people are saying about Smoky Mountains

This was so fun. Great views and we had the opportunity to bounce around a good bit towards the end. We did some off-road stuff. I loved it!!

This experience is totally new to this area. Beautiful day we had to tour. Not rushed, plenty of time to view, take pics and take it all in.

Tour guide Michael was fantastic and made the trip fun and informative.

The tour was excellent and our guide was knowledgeable and friendly.