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|11-18-2008 10:21 PM
Jeep Jamboree Ultimate Adventure
Not sure if this is on the JJUSA site yet. But this is something new they are offering, thus I wanted to post some details I just got, for those of you might wish to go. For more info contact JJUSA. Jeep® Jamboree USA 2008 - World’s Largest Jeep Adventure Company - Trips, Gear, Clothing
The words “off-road” don’t just mean four-wheeling anymore. Jeep Jamboree’s Ultimate Adventure lets you experience the stunning, verdant landscape of North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia to the fullest—by bicycle, on foot, in a raft, and of course in your own Jeep 4X4.
This exhilarating eight-day excursion includes four full days of off-road driving, during which expert guides will help you explore challenging routes along breathtaking ridges and through forests and valleys. During your off road driving adventure you will encounter the beauty of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Natahala National Forest and the diversity of the Cumberland Mountains.
You’ll get out of your Jeep to stretch your legs in the world renowned Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You might catch a glimpse of some wild locals—bears, elk, turkeys, and foxes, among others—during a driving and hiking tour of the park. A bike ride around Cades Cove will have you pedaling through a lush valley, taking in views of pioneer homesteads and mist-topped mountains. The liquid equivalent of four-wheeling, whitewater rafting, rounds out this adventure with a splash through the rapids of the Ocoee River, home of the 1996 Olympic whitewater event.
Small groups and a limit of 30 vehicles ensure that you’ll not only receive special attention, but also enjoy the opportunity to make new friends. All meals and eight nights of lodging are included in the $1,495 per person price.
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