Cascades And Creeks Of The Smokies - Gatlinburg

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  • Duration: 3 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    10:00am & 2:00pm
  • Departure Details :
    2263 East Pkwy, Gatlinburg, TN 37738, USA
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


(Please follow driving directions. GPS is not accurate. We meet in a Parking lot inside the National Park so there is no address.)Explore Great smoky mountains national park on a hike that takes you to small waterfalls. As you walk along a mountain trail through the Appalachian woods, learn about the environment from a naturalist guide. This walk is moderately strenuous with sprinkles of adventure such as rock-hopping across streams and cresting narrow ridges. Celebrating 21 years, the local tour operator is the twice recipient of the coveted REI 'Top Guide' award.This tour islead by a highly trained and skilled professional naturalist guide who ispassionate and knowledgeable about the Smokies. For your safety and peace of mind, your guides are certified as Wilderness First Responders and in non lethal bear aversion techniques.
(Due to the fact that this is aseldom used trail, please note that you may have to climb over downed trees and poison ivy during the summer months)


Small-group tour

Choice of morning or afternoon departure

Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city

Family friendly

Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: A Walk in the Woods, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Get away from the crowds on this lovely excursion through an old homestead site. Experience the peace of a babbling brook as you visit a series of small, pristine waterfalls. Learn about the Settlers who used to call these mountains home.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Great smoky mountains national park, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Get away from the crowds on this lovely excursion through an old homestead site. Experience the peace of a babbling brook as you visit a series of small, pristine waterfalls. Learn about the Settlers who used to call these mountains home.

Duration: 3 hours


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Local guide

National Park fees

All taxes, fees and handling charges

Entry/Admission - A Walk in the Woods

Entry/Admission - Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Gratuities are appreciated for good service.

Hotel pickup and drop-off.


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Additional directions to the Greenbrier Entrance of the Smoky Mountains will be provided in your voucher.

Be cautious of poison ivy on this hike during the summer months.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Minimum child age: 7 years old

A minimum of 2 people per booking is required.

Minimum numbers apply. A tour may be cancelled if minimum numbers are not met. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered to switch to an alternative travel date or be provided with a full refund.

Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair.

If canceled due to dangerous weather conditions, you will be given the option of an alternative travel date or full refund.

You will be asked to sign a waiver.

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 11 travelers

Traveler Reviews

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  • 06-Sep-2019

    Great hike with great guide. Guide Eric was terrific. He informed us of the history of the smoky mountains as well as many of the different plants and wildlife

  • 19-Aug-2019

    Guide was awesome! Had a beautiful walk, and saw waterfalls. We also learned some stuff! It was an enjoyable morning.

  • 15-Aug-2018

    this was awesome the tour guides were superb, highly recommend it.

  • 10-Jul-2018

    We originally had this hike scheduled for the beginning of our trip yet we followed the google link in the reservation which was wrong and then no service in the woods so couldnt find the meeting spot. Woukd recommend taking that link out. We ended up hiking on our own a few days but Walk in the Woods was able to reschedule us as our last activity. Due to rattlesnake dens we had to take a different trail. John, our guide, was knowledgeable and pleasant. The trail was moderate and a few of the elderly people in our group turned around pretty quickly. Need to be able to walk on steep uneven surfaces and walk across logs or rocks in a stream. Was hoping to see higher waterfalls but what we saw was cool. Would recommend for those that don't want to do solo hikes and want to learn more about plants, animals and tge park.

  • 25-Nov-2017

    Pretty good. Was hoping for larger waterfalls to be honest. Our guide was knowledgeable.

  • 29-Oct-2017

    Our guide, Debbie, met us and assured us the hike was still on even though it was a little rainy. It wasn't raining hard enough to deter us. My husband and I are glad we didn't back out. Debbie took us and another couple through the beautiful forest along the creek and told us about the flora and fauna and history of the region. We did some rock hopping and saw the promised waterfalls which were flowing due to the recent rains. The only letdown is that I expected to see bigger falls.

  • 15-Oct-2017

    Our tour guide was friendly, fun and knowledgeable. The hike itself was fairly easy, just a few difficult areas but we all did great. Jennifer gave us walking sticks to use and that was really helpful. She answered all our questions and gave us a lot of nature fun facts along the way. Recommend!

  • 04-Sep-2017

    This was an excellent tour. Jamie was extremely knowledgeable and you could tell she loved doing this tour. We had children with the group and she was very good with them. This was definitely not a strenuous trip and we were able to see a few small waterfalls. We spent a lot of time talking about plants and you will learn a lot about the forest. The hike was really beautiful. It's very slow pace so don't expect to be hiking the whole time. I would have liked to keep moving and hiked for a greater distance, but the tour was everything it was advertised for. Nice way to spend 3 hours.

  • 29-Aug-2017

    This was an amazing walk in the woods with a knowledgeable guide who took the time to answer questions and offer insight in to the park. I would highly recommend this tour, wear long pants though - a lot of Poison Ivy!

  • 23-Aug-2017

    Hike is fine for all levels of fitness. The hike was not on one of the established paths, which was great because you had the trail all to yourself, but there was a lot of poison ivy on and around the trail. I recommend you wear pants rather than shorts.

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