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Learn the basics of fly-fishing and casting, including equipment, fly presentation, landing the fish, fly selection, and knots from our expert guides, and then practice your new skills from a drift boat in the Lagoon.

This activity is unavailable during winter.

Whether it’s your first time out or you’re looking to hone your off-road skills, the Full-Day Experience provides the most flexible and individualized adventure. Lunch included.

Fly-fish in a drift boat, oared by one of our expert instructors, on one of Biltmore’s picturesque lakes. Trip lasts 4 hours.

This activity is unavailable during winter.

Relax with a private, two-hour horseback ride as your expert guide leads you through the estate’s extensive network of outstanding trails. For 1 to 4 guests.

Not ready to drive, but want to see what it’s like? Let our expert driver take you on this 30-minute expedition over broken bridges, climb large boulders and rocks, and go on a sideways adventure tackling hills at new angles.

 Enjoy a western-style guided ride on a horse chosen to match your skill level. Travel with loved ones and fellow guests along beautiful trails through the woodlands and meadows of the estate.

Take your skills to the next level as you learn techniques that will increase your scores and consistency.

Customized to fit your skill and comfort levels, one-hour experiences cover the basics of expedition-style driving. Obstacles such as steep ascents, descents, and more offer an exciting adventure.

Test your skills as clay targets are thrown from strategically placed traps in various combinations on our 5-Stand or Sporting Clays course. Lasts 60–90 minutes.

Pilot three distinctive Land Rover models: the iconic Defender 90, Range Rover, and Discovery. Your seven-hour adventure begins with the Defender—last imported into the U.S. in 1997—and includes a brief history, walk-around, and the opportunity to put this rugged 4x4 through its paces! Lunch included.