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Cades Cove Riding Stables A Great Adventure

Updated on August 11, 2009

The Cades Cove Riding Stables are a great place to enjoy your Cades Cove adventure. I know that many people do not even realize that where the Cades Cove riding stables are, but they are a great place to start your adventure to of Cades Cove or an even better place to end your Cades Cove adventure. If this is your first time to Cades Cove I would recommend that you take the driving tour first to gain a knowledge of some of the people that lived in Cades Cove and how they lived. I know that the first time that I went to Cades Cove I didn't go to the Cades Cove riding stables, but after the driving tour I did stop here and had a great time. Here are a couple of reasons why you will want to stop by the Cades Cove riding stables.

The first reason that you will want to stop by the Cades Cove riding stables is that you can enjoy a nice leisurely horse ride. I know that some peope might not have ever been around horses before, but you can enjoy being around horses at the Cades Cove riding stables and you can even take a guided horse ride tour. If you are scared to ride on a horse back then at the Cades Cove riding stables you can enjoy taking a nice carriage ride. Whichever one of these tours that you elect to take is very informative and excellent to relax with while at the same time learning.

The second reason that the Cades Cove riding stables are a great place to stop at is because you can gain a unique experience from Cades Cove. Now, I know that you are probably asking how is it possible that I can gain a unique experience from the Cades Cove riding stables, but if you consider that a little over a hundred years ago that this was the main form of transportation you can easily place yourself in that time period. Then you will be able to imagine just how calming it had to be to live in that time period and in that location. I know that this is an awful lot to think about during a relaxing ride from the Cades Cove riding stables, but you will want to consider that as well.

The third reason that stopping by the Cades Cove riding stables is nice is because you are able to enjoy parts of the tour that are not on the driving tour. I know that some people will argue that you can easily pull your car over at the many pull offs on the Cades Cove driving tour and walk to them, but many people do not want to walk and would rather use a horse to do this or their vehicle. The Cades Cove riding stables allow you to do just that by using a horse to take you to the places that you might not see otherwise.

While the Cades Cove riding stables do cost money you have to remember that they have to feed the horses. However, the money that you spend at the Cades Cove riding stables are a great deal for the relaxing time that you can have while at the same time seeing a different part of Cades Cove that you might not have seen otherwise.


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