Top Smoky Mountain Guided Tours

Guided tours come in many different shapes and sizes. Whether you're looking for a classic bus tour for a large group or something a little more exhilerating above the treetops, the Smoky Mountains have a lot to offer. Find the guided tour that's right for you with some of these fantastic options. Most importantly, choose a journey to make some great memories.

Rocky Top Wine Trail Shuttle Tour

You can now tour the Rocky Top Wine Trail with a designated driver in one of their brand new VIP shuttles. The shuttle will not only take you to Mountain Valley Winery, Mill Bridge Winery, and Hillside Winery, byt you'll also get 6 free samples at each locatoin, a complimentary swag bag, a 15% discount on any purchases, and more.

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Guided Tour of Newfound Gap

Hop on board with Pink Jeep Tours in one of their can't-miss open air vehicles and take a ride nearly a mile above sea level. Newfound Gap offers some of the most beautiful views in the Smoky Mountains, but you'll also get to see the Rockefeller Memorial, part of the Appalachian Trail, and discoveries along hand-gripping off road tour to finish the excursion.

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7 Line Zipline Tour

If you're a morning person, book the early bird 7 line tour at Legacy Mountain Adventures to save some money and catch some incredible views. Their thrilling zipline tour will fly you through 4.5 miles of gorgeous vistas at up to 50 miles per hour and 500 feet off the ground. Located just off the Pigeon Forge parkway, this is a tour you won't want to miss.

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Guided Horseback Riding Tours

The horseback riding trail at Big Rock Dude Ranch is an easy 3.5 mile ride with beautiful mountain views. With a #1 rating from Gilliham & Associates for safety, the ranch's horses are in great shape and will take good care of you as you ride along. This is a great ride for kids! "We're sure that your ride will be enjoyable and your family will make a great memory!"

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Gatlinburg Trolley Tour Of Lights

During the magical months of Winterfest you can take a ride on the Gatlinburg trolley to scope out the famous light displays decorating the entire mountain town. With the trolley running most nights at 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30, there are multiple opportunities to hop on board for the journey down highway 321. Don't miss this year's trolley ride of lights starting November 12th.

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For more Smoky Mountain tours, check out our tours page. Traveling with a big group? Find the best group rates for your family reunion, church trip, or seasonal getaway - and be sure to check out big cabins to find some awesome lodging options.

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