Waterfall tours that begin in Asheville
We offer unique waterfall excursions which begin in the Asheville area that will allow you to experience some of the most beautiful scenery, flora and fauna that has been bringing travelers to the mountains of Western North Carolina for generations.
A local guide will pick you up at your place of accommodation in the Asheville area in our van with captain chair seating and the journey begins . We will drive through some nice countryside and visit at least 3 beautiful waterfalls making stops along the way to take in some of the remarkable beauty ( restroom stops along the way). It is very refreshing to get out into nature and the hikes to the waterfalls are easy to moderate , usually involving about 3 miles of total walking, at a comfortable pace . Total tour duration 4 1/2-5 1/2 hours. Drinks and snacks provided. For a more detailed description please go to waterfall reservation page.
Custom Tours Available.... We are very familiar with the Western North Carolina area and can create a custom tour , outing for your family or small group, please let us know what you have in mind. Call 828 242 5563 and will get back to you after 4:00 pm ( when we get back from our tours.) Thanks!
About Our Tours
The tours get you out into the forest to see waterfalls & remarkable beauty, in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
If you request, Tumblestone Tours can create an individual tour for your group of 8 or less to suit your needs and time frame.
Our tours are designed for a leisurely pace, We provide variety of drinks &, snacks inclusive in the price of the tour. Let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Keith Yeatman Driver/Guide has lived, worked and actively hiked in the mountains of Western North Carolina for over 25 years . We hope you will join us for one of our tours. You will have a lot of fun and see some spectacular sites in a relatively short period of time. (We also go in the rain if you are up for it , ponchos provided).
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“I wish it were all as simple as sunny days and waterfalls.”