Our Best Selling Tours
3 Hours | Gravel Road
Experience "The Land Of Waterfalls" from our custom-built Jeep! This tour takes you along miles of scenic National Forest backroads to our favorite waterfalls. Your guide will share stories of the rich history and biodiversity of our Asheville mountains.
Reviews from our Adventurers
Highlight of our vacation!
My favorite part was discovering these beautiful waterfalls with my wife. The hike to each of these waterfalls was an adventure that I will always remember. Our guide was thoroughly knowledgeable on every flora and fauna in the area as well as the local history of the mountains. My wife and I can not wait to take another trip to Asheville and go on another hike with this company!
Jason W. | TripAdvisor
Top-notch Guide Service
This tour was amazing! Clayton was a wonderful guide and definitely went above and beyond to customize our experience! He was flexible, family-friendly, and he allowed us to be adventurous while also keeping safety as a priority. Clayton worked around our schedule, and he also made some fabulous recommendations to us for other sights and activities to visit in the area. We would recommend him over and over again!
Amber L | TripAdvisor
We were on a girls trips and wanted a morning hike in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Ivana picked us up at our hotel to start our tour. The drive was beautiful and Ivana was very conscientious about making sure we got the most out of our Adventure. We made 3 stops and saw amazing waterfalls. Ivana also took lots of pictures for us....I would highly recommend Ivana and Asheville Adventures!
Tara E | TripAdvisor
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U.S. Forest Service
The Pisgah National Forest covers over 500,000 acres of mountainous terrain in the southern Appalachian Mountains, including parts of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Great Balsam Mountains. Elevations reach over 6,000 feet and include some of the highest mountains in the eastern United States.