Scenic Helicopter FlightsLandscape helicopter flights
You' re on a plane over the French Broad River. You will see the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the lovely Douglas Sea in the distant future. It'?s an eight-mile ride. The 1200 foot above the floor offers a great bird's perspective of the surroundings, including arable land and lovely lakeside grounds.
Open every day from 9 a.m. until sunset. There will be a headset to talk to each other and the pilots will give an educational story about the trip. Enjoy our sea view scenic flights past the French Broad River to Douglas lake. The Douglas Lake is a 33,000 hectare artificial sea with over 450 mile shore line.
Up to 1500 ft this plane will take you up to the Great Smoky Mountains with a magnificent southern panoramic perspective. If you get any nearer to Douglas Lakes, you' re flying next to Douglas Dam. Advanced Sea Tour - This tour will take you beyond the sea views.
You' re flying right over Douglas Dam and crossing the lakes. Summers offer breathtaking vistas of fresh waters and those who enjoy their leisure activities on the lakes. However, in wintry conditions the sea levels are reduced so that you have a magnificent view of the island and bays.
Next to the nice sea you see the Great Smoky Mountains in the sudwest. Here you ascend to a slightly higher height than on the view of Lake View flying, which provides a better view of the national park. Foothills flights take off southwards towards the hills overlooking the historical centre of Sevierville, Bluff and the Smoky Massif.
When your plane arrives back at the helicopter port, you'll still have a look at Douglas Lake. Bergtal is our first own alpine hike. Ideal for groups wanting to see more of the area, this trip provides great vistas of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Bluff Mountains. Starting on your Bluff and Tennessee Valley flights, you'll be welcomed by breathtaking distant vistas of Smoky National Park.
Peak of this journey is the face-to-face encounter with Bluff Mountain and Sugar Loaf Mountain, both of which were shaped by a large retreat of glaciers at the end of the last glacial period. For the Mountain Valley tours the overall duration and duration is 24 mile. The Ridge Runner is a very thrilling ride over the Chilhowee Mountain Range and Bluff Mountain.
A bird's view of Sevierville city centre and the Tennessee Valley begins the journey. In the course of the journey you travel over the Smoky Mountains and the suburbs Pigeon Forge and Waldens Creek. Featuring stunning vistas of Smoky Mountain National Park, the back of Bluff Mountain surrounds over 6,000 hectares of uncultivated acre.
As you fly deep over the treetops, you traverse the summit of Bluff Mountains, where the view in no time at all ranges from 100 ft to 80 mile, it's really a view! On the way back, you' ll be following the steep, glecier-cut cliffs of Bluff Mountains and Sugarloaf Mountains before returning to Scenic Heliport via the wonderful hilly spurs!
It'?s a 30-mile plane ride. The Wears Valley Tour is a unique adventure! From the beginning this trip is characterized by breathtaking mountains! After your journey you will drive through the historical centre of the city of Granville with the Smoky Mountains National Park in the background. Towards Servierville we drive over the gentle slopes of the Smoky Mountains and over the Pigeon Forge stripe before escaping civilisation over Pine Mountains.
Climbing up to the ridge of Cove Mountain on the edge of the National Park, you'll enjoy stunning vistas of the Wears Valley. Further along the Wears Valley, the northern plane flies over the eastern end of Waldens Creek and the Bluff Mountain spurs before heading back to Scenic Heliport via the Tennessee Valley.
Wears Valley is a 36 miles long plane ride. The Gatlinburg helicopter ride will take you over the towns of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg on the way to Mount Leconte, Tennessee's highest alp. Gatlinburg is for those who are visiting the Smoky Mountains and choosing this trip as the best you can do in Gatlinburg.
It is recommended that you take your own camera and camera for the trip. When you want more from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this is the helicopter adventure that will show you what you can see in the Smoky Mountains. The 65 miles long trip provides stunning vistas of areas rarely visited or seen except by helicopter.
As well as Sevierville, Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg, this scenic flights offers a wide view of the higher altitudes, Mt Le Conte & Clingmans Dome and the Sugarlands Valley, Elkmont & Tremont and its wealth of lugging histories. Their highly skilled pilots will be sharing a wide range of information about the Great Smoky National Park's past.
You' ll be returning with a view of Townsend, Round Top, Walland Gap, Chihowee Mountain and the front of Bluff Mountain. It' really a great tour through the Great Smoky Mountain Naitonal Park, when your schedule is tight and you need to get as much as possible into our holiday, then this helicopter adventure is for you.
From Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, it enters the gardens. Arriving at the parc, take a plane from the Sugarlands Area to Cades Cove. Panoramic view points along the way including Elkmont, Blanket Mtn. According to flying season there is a good opportunity to observe the fauna on this itinerary.
White-tailed stags, Turkey, black bears and even boars were seen on this trip, but even if there are no animals moving over the bay during your flights, the view is still stunning! The 90 miles long trip is a unique adventure not to be missed. What is more, it is a great way to get to know the area. Spectacular, this trip takes in Tennessee and North Carolina sides of the Great Smoky National Park.
Furthermore, this helicopter ride through the Smokies can be customised to emphasise a particular area of the grounds you want to see more of. The helicopter adventures cover almost the whole Tennessee side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. Approximately 100 nautical miles of stunning and stunning scenery with some of the oldest scenery in the world.
He leads through Greenbriar Valle, Newfound Gap, Clingman's Dome, Cades Cove, Townsend and Wears Valley. The story encompasses the story of the mountain dwellers and environmental hazards to the site, both in the past and in the present. Because of the unforeseeable climatic conditions in the higher altitudes, this trip might change.
It'?s a 100-mile trip. This National Park trip is the grandfather of all! But the best part of this is the value, because the national park includes all our flights and some more. Starting from the historical city centre of sevenierville, you will be welcomed immediately with a breathtaking view of the Smoky Mountains.
Your journey will continue over the Taubenschmiede stripe and take in all the attractions in the area as you travel south to Gatlinburg. As soon as you are over Gatlinburg, drive westwards, far away from civilisation, into the national park itself! Prepare your cameras as this is a very favourite area to observe the fauna from an unobstructed bird's perspective!
You' ll be flying over the breathtaking Sugarland Valley, Fighting Creek Gap and into the Elkmont area of the parks. Overlooking Mount Leconte, Clingmans Dome and Cove Mountain, round off the Elkmont area and head down the Little River to the Metcalf Bottoms and on to the less favoured areas of the increasingly scenic Wears Valley and Walden's Creek.
National Park's air itinerary follows the Ridge Runner Tour's thrilling journey over Bluff Mountain into the Tennessee Valley. Following Bluff Mountain, you' ll cross the hilly spurs of Sevier County to Scenic Heliport. Well, this is a 50 miles long trip.