Guide with us
It's about people
We guide people and we help people. Thats what we do. Want to join us?
Asheville Adventures is about enhancing the lives of others. We do this through adventure. Everyone longs for adventure in some shape or form. We help others experience it. Be it through waterfalls, edible plants, swimming holes, mountain top sunrises, a fresh cup of coffee or simply telling a story.
We also partner with outstanding organizations making a difference in our world. We use the money we make to have a lasting impact. Right now, 10% of every dollar is helping bring end to human trafficking in Southeast Asia. Wipe Every Tear is our main partner and we have been able to donate thousands of dollars to help their mission.
Why work for Asheville Adventures?
Share your passion with others
Get paid to do what your love
Make a living wage
Your primary responsibility is to facilitate a safe, fun, and unforgettable adventure that will enhance the lives of your guests. Your job is to ensure a fantastic experience for each participant. This means: contacting guests before their trip to confirm details and answer questions, prepping gear, food and snacks for each adventure, ensuring the tour vehicle is cleaned and prepped for a trip, having a positive and friendly attitude, and sharing a love for the great outdoors.
The ideal candidate will have a great love for the outdoors and a desire to share their knowledge with others. We want guides who love telling stories and talking to others. Your job will be to shape the experience through conversation, history, information and story.
You demonstrate a passion for the outdoors and sharing the area's beauty and history
You are physically able to hike up to 10 miles in one day with a pack weighing 40+ pounds
You are energetic, enthusiastic, and can converse with a wide variety of people from all over the world
You have exceptional driving history and are able to pass a motor vehicle record check
Previous guiding experience
First Aid, CPR, AED Certification
Other certifications (Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder)