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North Carolina Streams and History

Cherokee, US
Cherokee, US
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Experience the breathtaking beauty and rich history of the Smoky Mountains with A Walk In The Woods' North Carolina Streams and History tour. Our expert guides will take you on a journey through time as you follow a stunning mountain stream and discover the events and people who shaped this incredible landscape. Immerse yourself in the forest, marvel at wildflowers, and encounter the natural wonders of this stream valley. Explore the remains of a Civilian Conservation Corp camp and learn about the early proponents of the National Park. With five bridged stream crossings and a visit to a trail shelter, this tour offers an easy to moderate adventure for all. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the hidden gems of the Smokies with A Walk In The Woods.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 5 hours
  • Suitable for 1-11 Participants
  • Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Spectacular trips into incredible biodiversity of the Smokies
  • Exploring beautiful mountain streams and wildflowers
  • Discovering the history and people who shaped the area
  • Visiting the remains of a Civilian Conservation Corp camp
  • Making five bridged stream crossings and visiting a trail shelter
  • Snacks
  • Professional naturalist guide
  • Bottled water
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Gratuity
  • Parking tag not included. contact us or purchase here: www.recreation.gov/activitypass/ap2510

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Introduction

Get ready to explore the stunning beauty of the Smoky Mountains with the North Carolina Streams and History tour by A Walk In The Woods. This tour service is your gateway to an unforgettable experience in one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. Immerse yourself in the incredible natural history of the Smokies as our expert guides take you on a journey through majestic ancient forests, crystal clear mountain streams, and picturesque waterfalls. But that's not all - you'll also discover the captivating stories of events and people who have shaped this breathtaking landscape throughout history.

What to expect?

With the North Carolina Streams and History tour, you can expect a day filled with awe-inspiring beauty and fascinating discoveries. Follow a beautiful mountain stream as you uncover the secrets of the past and learn about the early proponents of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Marvel at the diverse flora and fauna that thrive in this stream valley, from enchanting wildflowers to vibrant forests. You'll even have the opportunity to cross five bridged streams and visit a trail shelter frequented by backpackers. This five-hour adventure offers an easy to moderate level of difficulty, ensuring it's accessible to all nature enthusiasts.

Who is this for?

The North Carolina Streams and History tour is perfect for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike. Whether you're a seasoned backpacker or a casual traveler, this experience is designed to captivate and inspire. If you're seeking a deeper connection with the natural world and an appreciation for the rich history of the Great Smoky Mountains, this tour is tailored just for you. Don't worry about your experience level or physical condition - our guides are here to ensure everyone has a memorable and enjoyable time.

Why book this?

This tour offers a unique way to explore the wonders of the Smoky Mountains. With A Walk In The Woods' emphasis on teaching natural history, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the intricate ecosystems and diverse species that call this area home. The chance to witness breathtaking vistas, gentle cascades, and hidden trails is a photographer's dream. Moreover, walking through the remains of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp and learning about the early pioneers of the National Park adds a fascinating historical dimension to your journey. Book this tour and create timeless memories while immersing yourself in the scenic beauty and rich heritage of the Smokies.

Good to know

During the North Carolina Streams and History tour, remember that parking passes are required for any vehicle stopping longer than 15 minutes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The meeting point for this adventure is the Flagpole near the Oconaluftee Visitor Center in Cherokee, NC. From there, you'll follow your guide in your own vehicle. This five-hour tour is rated as easy to moderate, making it accessible to individuals of varying fitness levels. So come prepared with comfortable walking shoes and clothing suitable for hiking. Let A Walk In The Woods guide you through this mesmerizing landscape, revealing hidden gems and insightful stories along the way.

Reviews

Travelers who have experienced the North Carolina Streams and History tour with A Walk In The Woods rave about its captivating nature and informative guides. They appreciate the opportunity to witness untouched beauty and gain a deeper understanding of the region's history. Visitors particularly loved the bridged stream crossings and the chance to visit a trail shelter used by backpackers. Overall, customers found this tour to be an enriching and awe-inspiring experience, perfectly blending natural wonders and cultural heritage. So join the ranks of satisfied adventurers and embark on this incredible journey through the North Carolina Streams and History tour.

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Oconaluftee Visitor Center

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

2024-06-14 11:38