BRANSON, MO – Pink® Jeep® Tours Branson is celebrating its one-year anniversary with an impressive addition to its flagship Baird Mountain adventures: a 41-degree rock drop that plummets into the quarry. It’s the steepest trail descent at all five Pink Jeep locations, including the infamous “Road of No Return” in Sedona, Arizona.

This new addition adds to adventures that have already been hailed by the Best of Branson vacation publication as “Best of Branson Area Tour” and “Best New Attraction.”

“We are honored and excited to have received these accolades and awards from everyone who voted for us last year. And this year, we can’t wait for our guests to experience the NEW Rock Drop and extended Rock Crawls that have been added to the Baird Mountain Rock Quarry,” said Gerald Jenkins, General Manager.

Before descending into the quarry, guided 4×4 tours venture off-road through a native forest path to the top of Baird Mountain. The scenic overlook offers expansive views like you’ve never seen of Table Rock Lake and the rolling foothills of the Ozarks. On clear days one can see for miles and miles. Headlining the excitement of the view is the thrill of a custom Pink Jeep Wrangler gliding along at low speed, as it heads towards Rock Quarry, making its way to the sprawling and winding Rock Crawls.

“We recently had the opportunity to take our team on a Pink Jeep Tour through some of the most beautiful terrain in Branson. We were impressed by the Pink Jeep’s power and agility as we tackled the steep grades and rocky descents of the quarry, bouncing in our seats across the rough terrain. Our driver, the always charming Billy, was an expert at navigating the twists and turns of the landscape and provided interesting and fun facts about local history. As we made our way through the rugged wilderness, we were treated to some of the most stunning scenery Branson has to offer at the highest point in Taney County, with sweeping views of Table Rock Lake. Whether you are an adrenaline junkie looking for your next fix or just someone who loves to explore the great outdoors, this is an experience not to be missed,” said Aimee Corley Spangenberg, Chateau on the Lake Resort sales manager, Spa & Convention Center.

Pink Jeep’s guided tour routes include the From the center to the top of the mountain Route, which loops through historic downtown Branson before taking in panoramic views of Lake Taneycomo. He Lakes and monuments tour meanders past the Ozark Valleys and along the shore of Table Rock Lake and the famous Table Rock Dam. He Better of visit from branson combine both into one incredible three-hour adventure, and all three tours have sunset options and a visit to Baird Mountain.

Reservations can be booked onlineby phone (800-873-3662), or in person at 3310 76 Country Blvd., Branson, MO 65616. Silver Dollar City Season Pass holders receive an exclusive discount and are encouraged to stop by or call.


Founded in 1960 and headquartered in Sedona, Arizona, Pink Jeep Tours provides unique and unforgettable tour experiences for visitors from around the world in Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Branson and the Smoky Mountains.

Originally inspired by a flashy Hawaiian hotel from the late 1950s, the iconic color has become synonymous with world-class adventure. A personalized fleet of more than 150 state-of-the-art vehicles guarantees that the tours are safe and comfortable. Guides are expertly trained and certified, each completing the Certified Interpretive Guide Program, Smith System© Driver Safety Training, CPR Certification and First Aid Certification.

Herschend Enterprises purchased PINK Adventure Tours in 2018, marking its entry into the adventure travel industry. Herschend Enterprises owns a portfolio of companies that are committed to providing complete, immersive entertainment that empowers families to connect in meaningful ways.

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