Wears Valley Adventures
MOTORCYCLE TOURS, HIKING, KAYAKING, FISHING, 4 WHEELING, WATERFALL DINING, COOL MOUNTAIN CABINS
Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals
Are you dreaming of an adventurous wedding and honeymoon! Contact us today! We can arrange a waterfall wedding with your White 4 Wheel Drive Jeep, sporting the Just Married Wheel Cover awaiting the vow exchange. Party in the Smokies! Do you have guests ? No problem we can arrange for up to 4 Jeeps for your wedding party to take off to Cades Cove or your favorite Smoky Mountain Destination. Call us today!
Smoky Mountain Miata Rentals
You never looked so good in Cades Cove or anywhere else in the Smokies! Grab your honey, let the top down and go see the sights in a way you will never forget. Drive The Dragon’s Tail, the Cades Cove Loop, to the Townsend Wye, and beyond. Consider a drive to Newfound Gap or the Cataloochee trail. Once you take off you will want to see it all. Reserve Now!
Summit Cabin Rentals
Choose your Pigeon Forge cabin from our inventory of beautiful luxury mountain cabins. We can place you in the perfect location throughout the Smoky Mountain area whether you want to stay in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg or the Wears Valley or Walden's Creek areas of the Smoky Mountains. Summit Cabin Rentals welcomes you to the Smokies. Allow us to help you make Smoky Mountain memories by staying in our beautiful vacation homes.
Down South Outdoor Aventures
Explore Gatlinburg, Cades Cove and all of the Smoky Mountains in one of our adventure rentals. Our UTV, ATV and Side by Side Rentals are perfect for exploring the Smokies in a whole new way. Your family will never forget the fun they had the day they spent on their adventure. All rentals are street legal and intended for street use for up to a 50 mile radius of our Gatlinburg office at 1003 East Parkway in Gatlinburg.. Ober Gatlinburg, Cades Cove, Catalooche and more await you on your Outdoor Adventure
The chimneys top a sheer rise of almost 2,000 feet and were known to the Cherokee as "Dukiskwal-guni" (forked antlers). From the overlook on Newfound Gap Road, passersby can see the 30-foot deep "flue" in the right-hand peak which gives the outcropping its name. The Chimneys Picnic Area, located in a ravine on the mountain's side, is an excellent place to stop for a leisurely lunch.
Mt. LeConte is the Park's third highest peak at 6,593 feet. Despite runner-up ranking, LeConte serves as the focal point of the Park. The summit offers unforgettable views from two different overlooks, Myrtle Point and Cliff Top. Hikers can choose from five different trails to the top, ranging from 11 to 16 miles roundtrip.
In 1940 Franklin Delano Roosevelt officially dedicated the Park from this majestic site. The road, completed in 1932, straddles Tennessee and North Carolina here. Originally, Indian Gap, a point two miles west, was thought to be the lowest gap in the mountains, but Newfound Gap was discovered to be lower in elevation, thus the name.
This 1,000-foot sheer drop-off can be found four miles east along the Appalachian Trail. The cliff is named after a bunion that prevented Charlie Conner, an Oconaluftee settler, from traveling through the Gap in 1928. Fellow travelers claimed the bare mountain resembled their friend's bunion.
Clingman's Dome is the Smokies' highest peak and the third highest point east of the Mississippi. Named for a colorful Civil War general, Clingman's Dome rears its head 6,642 feet. The observation tower , located 7 miles off Newfound Gap Road, looks out on an ever-changing view. Occasionally the peak is above cloud level, creating a surrealistic scene of mountaintops floating in an ocean of white.
A picture-perfect picnic spot, Andrews Bald offers glorious views of the towering mountain ranges of North Carolina and Georgia. It's a 3.6 mile roundtrip hike from the Forney Ridge parking area at Clingmans Dome and is the most accessible bald in the Park.
This area was first a pioneer settlement called Bradleytown. During the 1920s logging boom, Smokemont became a busy village, sawmill and railroad terminal to haul lumber down from the forest. Today, it is a popular Park campground with a self-guiding nature trail through the reborn forest.