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!
Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing offers adventures and leadership training with zip lines, high & low ropes courses, caving, camping, climbing wall and more.
11176 Peaceful Valley Road
New Castle, Virginia 24127
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
Columbus, Georgia 31901
GO-Adventures Zip Line at Highpoint Farm has a 750 ft. zip line, as well as low and high ropes courses used in team-building. Participants set up the element, send participants down the line, 'catch' on the other end, and 'belay' the rider down off of the take-off ladder. The activity is done under the supervision of your expert facilitators, and designed to be both safe and fun.
23730 Frederick Road
Clarksburg, Maryland 20871
Wildwater provides hours of excitement and fun for every age and skill level at a variety of locations from Asheville to the Great Smoky Mountains. Their adventures include zip lines, tree top canopy tours, ropes challenges, rock climbing, jeep tours and more.
Bryson City, North Carolina 28713
Hawksnest has 20 ziplines including four mega zips, two over 2,000 feet long and two over 1,500 feet long. Four miles of zipline riding with heights over 200 feet, speeds up to 50 mph, above trees, through trees, over lakes and creeks with panoramic views.
2058 Skyland Drive
Seven Devils, North Carolina 28604