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Thundering Streams and Falls of the Smokies
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Thundering Streams and Falls of the Smokies

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**Please note that all participants will be required to wear a mask for orientation and any instances where close contact cannot be avoided. Please bring your own masks and hand sanitizer. You will also be asked to sign an acknowledgement of risks and report any illness within 14 days of tour.** <br>With 3100 miles of streams in the Smokies, there are thousands of beautiful stretches of white water. Adventure awaits as you explore the magic of pristine cascades and waterfalls on a little known trail. We'll warm up on a more popular trail, pausing to enjoy smaller cascades before turning onto a less traveled section of the Park. In the winter, we'll enjoy beautiful glimpses of the surrounding mountains, during the spring we'll pause to enjoy our famous wildflower display, summer brings refreshing swimming holes and in autumn the beauty of changing leaves. This hike is considered moderately adventurous as we gain elevation, climb over downed trees and get our feet wet.
$62.00 per adult
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James L wrote a review Nov 2020
Lakeland, Florida27 contributions2 helpful votes
Scenary was amazing and the hour ride was great! Nice up and down the mountain trails with some creek crossings.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Barbara S wrote a review Nov 2020
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We wasted all day at Jayell Ranch to ride and never got to so we found Sugarland. We got there just as the last group was leaving for the day. When we told them what happened at Jayell Ranch they graciously let my husband and I go on a trail ride. Awesome staff ,guide and trails. A true trail ride in the mountains and that is exactly what we were looking for. Well worth the money and will definitely be back.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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loquilaris wrote a review Nov 2020
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If your looking for a good price with a great view this is your place but they are rude the cranky old men that take care of the hourses punch the horses very hard and treat you like crazy, my husband had a bottle of water on his hands and he grab it out of the blue throw it at the bushes and say you won't need that thisbis a 4 miles ride. The terrain is supper muddy even after been dry for 4 days. I won't be back
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Anthony wrote a review Nov 2020
Chattanooga, Tennessee11 contributions4 helpful votes
Family owned, Christian hard working folks. They ensure your experience is top notch. From the ladies at the front office, the young lady that briefs you prior to the ride, and makes the pics. Brandon was exceptional, in his knowledge and preparing you for the ride . Kenny, our guide was GREAT! My horse BO, was just fabulous. The terrain was rugged and beautiful. Mountain streams, beautiful surroundings. See the Great Smoky Mountains from the inside out. Affordable! Need i say anymore? Thanks Sugarland! We cant wait to get back. Tip these folks!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Karla F wrote a review Oct 2020
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My family always takes time to do some horse back riding when we go to Pigeon Forge, we went last year to Sugarland twice, we love the horses. Unfortunately this go around was a little different and really got under my skin. The owner of the stables was very rude and hateful not only to his employees but his customers. He actually hit my horse Cutter in the stomach with his fist three times really hard and I spoke up to him why he did that it wasn't right and to hurt the horse. He told me to shut up in his own words I cant say and that I didn't know nothing about horses and then proceeded to say a woman cant ride any how and other choice words, So I spoke to the gentleman how I was raised on a farm had several horses myself and worked at a riding stables. He laughed and said there is know way you know how to ride no woman does. I was very upset not over the comment but for hitting the horse. I would recommend visiting Sugarland for the adventure of the beauty you will see of the mountains and the beauty that god made which are the horses. I hate that this gentleman was so hateful and ugly, I know our god will deal with him on what he speaks and does. The rest of the staff was fantastic and I hate that they have to deal with such a hatred man. Our guide he was great
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Date of experience: October 2020
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