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Discover Your Next Adventure Transform your visit to the Smokies

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Smoky Mountain Guides provides high quality, guided adventures as well as interpretive tours of the Smoky Mountain region and beyond. Our staff will help as you hand pick the small group tour that will transform your next visit to the Smokies.

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Book Online Now Guided Hikes, Tours, Flat-water Kayaking, and Flyfishing

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Here’s are what people are saying about us.

  • Highly Recommended

    “I highly recommend this company and this hike!”

    hschultz477
  • High Points tour - amazing!!!

    “I can’t recommend them highly enough!!”

    Lynnette B
  • Great Experience

    “Great experience and a lot of information. Well worth the trip!”

    patchje
  • Worth every penny.

    “So much knowledge and insight”

    ekkarkoski
  • Above and Beyond

    “SMG went above and beyond to accommodate our needs.”

    222Diane
  • We really enjoyed the tour!

    “Kind and friendly, super knowledgeable about the history.”

    alannasantiago

How It Works

Step 1:
Book Your Trip

Step 2:
Pack Your Gear

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Step 3:
Meet At Pickup Point

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It’s a great thing that we still identify new species that we have never seen in our wilderness before!Did you know that the Smokies were a refugium for many species during the last ice age?

To escape the frigid climate, organisms gradually migrated south, ending up in the Smokies. Similar to this phenomena, this Lapland Longspur, a common migratory species of the arctic tundra, was spotted in Cades Cove this week, likely escaping the recent arctic blast that hit a large part of the United States. It was the first time this species was recorded in the park. You can help report species you see in the park by participating in SnapIt & MapIt with park partner Discover Life in America. Who knows, you may spot something never seen before!

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Photo by: Bob Howdeshell; Image Description: A light brown and black Lapland Longspur on the ground surrounded by snow.
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