Address : 290 Macon Avenue Asheville, NC 28804
From the thrill seeker to the casual recreationalist we offer a unique experience never to be forgotten. Zip high above the ground at 200 feet on your fully guided mountain adventure. Rapel, hike and enjoy amazing long range views on this exciting tour. For those who choose to keep it a little closer to the ground we also offer an urban treetop option overlooking beautiful downtown Asheville. Whichever you choose your guests are sure to be talking about this event years down the road.
Ride along trails skirting the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Mine for gem stones or just take in the native fauna and flora on this tour that is enjoyable for both the beginner and the experienced rider. 360 degree views, clean mountain air, and pristine forests make this fully guided tour the perfect remedy for long days spent in front of your computer screen.
Just a short drive from Asheville you will find Chimney Rock State Park. Nestled between Lake Lure and Bat Cave this 1000 acre park features the 535 million year old “chimney Rock”, which has become one of the most photographed sites in the U.S. Ascend 26 stories, 258 feet in about 35 seconds in the rock enclosed elevator for 75 mile panoramic views. Hiking trails for every ability and rock climbing are just a part of what this historic park has to offer.
Take a half-day or full-day trip down one of the local rivers. The French Broad, Nantahala, Nolichucky, or Pigeon Rivers offer Class I, II, III, and IV rapids. Each raft will have an expert guide negotiating the waters, have lunch on the shore of the river, and swim in the refreshing mountain water.
Indulge in one of the prettiest hikes in the area, through the woods and over the hill, and view three separate waterfalls. Your guide leads the walk and introduces the group to the abundant flora and fauna intricacies of the southern Appalachian Mountains.
Western North Carolina offers an abundance of freestone rivers and streams. You can arrange a guided wading trip or a float trip out of self-bailing rafts with high-back fighting seats. You’ll have access to a healthy population of brook, brown, and rainbow trout. Whatever the skill level, the goal is to make sure that every client enjoys fishing and learns a few new skills.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced sportsman, we will take your guests to the range where they can choose between standard skeet or trap shooting, or sporting clays. On a sporting clays course, there are ten or more shooting stations that are identified by the game they are designed to imitate; grouse, quail, pheasant, dove, ducks, rabbits, etc. Clay targets of different shapes and sizes are thrown at varying speeds, angles and heights to simulate the path of hunting game.
We can offer golfers of all levels a challenge at one of six area courses, including courses not accessible for public use. Play on one designed by British architect Martin Hantree, Edmund Ault, Tom Jackson, or Ellis Maples. You choose and we will arrange the tee time and transportation.