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At Equine U., horse owners and enthusiasts alike enroll for a day of instruction and tips about grooming and riding. With the picturesque French Broad River Dude Ranch as a classroom, a team of experts leads sessions that pluck volunteers from the crowd for up-close demonstrations. Among the scheduled aficionados is Randy DeBord , who will showcase the body work techniques developed by Dino Fretterd, a certified equine massage therapist who has created an equine bodywork system that enhances the symbiotic relationship between rider and horse. Randy will also demonstrate the importance of pairing bodywork and hoofwork in order to strengthen posture and performance, and Shawn Gannon shares his secret to attaining balance in the saddle after just minutes, rather than hours or years of jousting defeat, with a system stemmed in the laws of physics.
Set amid the Great Smoky Mountains and along the trickling shores of the French Broad River, the aptly named dude ranch that serves as the base for these equine activities has entertained families for nearly two decades with cowboy-centric programming. There, experienced guides have helped thousands of beginning riders hop into the saddles of arabian horses for rides along scenic trails. In addition to equine entertainment, guests can also whitewater-raft, tube, or fish in the river. And above the pastures in the river bottom they can explore the dusty villa of Rough Cut, an old Western town with a saloon, dining room, and dance room where live bluegrass bands keep visitors dancing in order to prevent heated pistol duels.
Among eastern Tennessee’s rolling hills and dairy farms lies the Parrottsville Inn, a quaint, two-story bed and breakfast with hometown fame. Built in 1862 for a local business owner to house seminary students, roadworkers, and travelers, the building was the first in town to have a telephone. It maintains its small-town charm under innkeepers Cindy and Raymond Robinson, who prepare breakfast baskets of muffins, sausage balls, and fruit each morning. Parrottsville Inn’s suites have private bathrooms and are comfortably furnished with warm quilts.
Just one block from the inn is Parrott-Larue-Myers Park, the perfect spot for a morning stroll or a rest beside the creek. For more serious hiking, head to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, located just 15 miles away. Or take a day trip to Gatlinburg or Asheville, home to the Biltmore House; both are within an hour’s drive.
Wolf Ridge Ski Resort rises from the mountaintops of western North Carolina, topping their natural spires with its own elegant construction of wood, stone, and shingled peaks. In the resort's surroundiings, guests glide down any combination of 22 exciting ski runs, including nine greens for beginners and three black diamonds for experts. Five ski lifts chauffer snow-riders from the mountains' base back to the peaks for repeat runs or just to enjoy majestic views of the rolling stone- and forest-scapes.
The course at the private Wolf Laurel Country Club leads players on a secluded retreat into the Blue Ridge Mountains, with mature forests and alpine vistas dappling climbs to elevations of more than 5,000 feet. Designer W.B. Lewis planned the fairways so that no two run directly parallel to each other, allowing players to explore every angle of the sprawling resort that’s bounded to the north by the Appalachian Trail. With tee-to-green elevation changes of as much as 300 feet, golfers must make careful club selections to give themselves the best shot at the par of 74. The signature sixth hole, a par 3, couples a downhill tee shot that plummets more than 200 feet with a dramatic vista from the tee box, spelling doom for shots that fly long and golfers who recover slowly after tee-to-green barrel rolls.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,301 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 72.6 from the back tees * Course slope of 144 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole