Aventura por las cataratas de las Grandes Montañas Humeantes

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Gatlinburg, Estados Unidos

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3 horas (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Reúnase con un guía naturalista en la entrada Greenbrier al Parque nacional de las Grandes Montañas Humeantes (las indicaciones aparecen en el bono) para disfrutar de una caminata de 3 horas por el bosque. Esta moderadamente exigente caminata sigue un sendero de montaña apalache hacia varias pequeñas cascadas. Tendrá que saltar entre las rocas para cruzar arrojos y pasar por crestas estrechas y, a continuación, se verá recompensado con las vistas de las bellísimas cascadas envueltas en una exuberante vegetación. Disfrute de la intimidad de caminar con un grupo pequeño.
  • Caminata moderada de 3 horas en el Parque Nacional Great Smoky Mountains
  • Rock-hop a través de un claro arroyo de montaña
  • Disfrute de fotografías de varias cascadas de los Apalaches.
  • Seleccione una salida por la mañana o por la tarde
  • Tour en grupos pequeños asegura atención personalizada.

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Jeff H
, ago 2018

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

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bcortolano
, 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.

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Ronal A
, nov 2017

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

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Barbara H
, 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.

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Danny W
, 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!

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Robert S
, 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.

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Kay M
, ago 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!

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Susan H
, ago 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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Susan H
, ago 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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trip-time
, ago 2017

Experienced tour guides. Lots of fun for a family outing.


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34 91 791 8233
34 91 791 8233
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