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Wild Eagle All-Access Pass

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Ready to soar with the eagles? Jump on the Wild Eagle All-Access Tour and you’ll fly where very few have flown before…at the top of Wild Eagle’s massive lift hill after the park closes for the day.

This extremely-exclusive tour allows just eight participants the opportunity to ascend Wild Eagle’s lift, aided by an experienced tour guide, to survey the park from the summit.


The tour also includes an All-You-Care-To-Eat Buffet meal hosted by the tour guide in Aunt Granny’s private dining room.  Following lunch, participants enjoy a guided tour of Wild Eagle’s maintenance bay and a 15-minute Q&A session right before boarding the day’s last Wild Eagle train.


From your perch more than 200 feet above Dollywood, your bird’s-eye view offers commanding sights of Dollywood as well as the Great Smoky Mountains. This part of the tour takes approximately one and a half hours, which includes outfitting in a full-body harness, ascent, time at the top of the lift and descent.  


Tour guests also receive an exclusive Wild Eagle All-Access commemorative t-shirt.


The Wild Eagle All-Access total tour time is approximately four hours. Only one tour takes place each Saturday through Nov. 29. The cost is $150 per person, which also includes free parking.


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Dollywood admission is required. Parking is included.

Tour Requirements:

  • Participants must meet the tour guide at Tram Stop B at 7:30 A.M. Those who miss the tour departure forfeit the tour. The guide will transport guests to the front gate, where they also will verify participants’ ages by checking a valid photo ID.
  • All guests must sign an activity waiver. Those younger than 18 years of age must have a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.
  • Guests must be between 50 inches and 78 inches tall and weigh less than 300 pounds.
  • Due to harnessing requirements, participants may not be pregnant.