Zipline Canopy Tours in the Blue Ridge Mountains
Zipline canopy adventures are super fast and super fun!
Before you begin zipping above the trees you'll need to sit through a quick safety class so you understand how the system works. Some zip lines offer breaks built in stopping you safely and easily. However, if you prefer to control your deceleration, some zip lines provide a simple brake system that you apply. If you prefer one over another, be sure to check with the adventure park before visiting. The platforms are way up in the trees but zip line riders are continuously clipped onto safety lines by guides/instructors. Guides tend to be entertaining and incredibly helpful, providing advice and information on every platform, eliminating any fears or apprehension. While everything is safe, it doesn’t take away the thrills!
Sunburst Adventures offers a mile of zip lines on 82 acres across three ridgelines for kids and adults from 40 lbs. up to 250 lbs.
3181 State Hwy 255
Georgia, Clarkesville 30523
Blue Heron Adventure has a dual zip line that crosses the Chattahoochee River, reaching speeds up to 40mph. (A motorized canyon raft brings you back to Georgia.)
1000 Bay Ave
Georgia, Columbus 31901
Adventures on the Gorge offers two separate zip tours, climbing and rappelling, fishing, paintball, mountain biking, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, guided hiking, team building, caving, horseback riding, plus unique adventures like Bridge Walk (on the catwalk under the famous bridge over the New River) and TimberTrek Adventure Park (obstacles, bridges, swings and zip lines).
219 Chestnutburg Road
West Virginia, Lansing 25862
Ruby Falls ZIPstream Aerial Adventure has three obstacle courses designed for children, youth, and adults. The courses are built in trees and include ladders, nets, walkways, bridges, tunnels and zip lines.
1720 S. Scenic Hwy.
Tennessee, Chattanooga 37409