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Enjoy stunning views along the Foothills Parkway on a rough terrain ride in our beautiful, family-friendly jeeps. Make stops along the way to learn about the history of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
As your tour begins with a knowledgeable and professional tour guide giving you a history of the town, you will go through an assorted woodland composed of a blend of trees and fluctuated fragrances that imitate that of the boreal backwoods only found in the Rocky Mountains. Learn how the Smokies got their name, stop for astounding photo opportunities, and catch wind of nearby geography and history.
The Newfound Gap’s principal fascination is its dazzling perspective. During the spring months, enjoy views of wildflowers as far as the eye can see. As summer approaches, views of rolling and layered green shades can be seen. The fall highlights lively harvest-time tones. The colder time of year uncovers the genuine size of the Great Smoky Mountains after its leaves have fallen.
You’ll arrive at Newfound Gap, which is almost one mile above the ocean guided by our friendly tour guide. You will see part of the powerful Appalachian Trail followed by Rockefeller Memorial, the place where U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt remained to commit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Sept. 2, 1940. Your visit closes with an exhilarating, seat clenching experience back to base! Your local guide has been expertly prepared to give you an encounter not at all like some others in the Great Smoky Mountains!