Listings in Ziplines
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!
Boulderline offers outdoor adventure programs through guided zip line tours, a 32 ft. climbing tower, and a hillside giant V-swing. Programs are designed for the whole family at an affordable price.
456 Boland Drive
Lake Lure, North Carolina 28746
Two tours: The Original Tour of six ziplines with the last zipline over three football fields long; and the Extreme Tour which is six ziplines including the Triple Wide 2000 foot long zip lines.
249 Willies Way
Vilas, North Carolina 28692
Wears Valley Zipline Adventures has over 8,900 lineal feet - over 1 2/3 miles - of zip lines. Their extreme line 2000' long and 275' high, and has beautiful views of the Smoky Mountain National Park.
1911 Wears Valley Road
Sevierville, Tennessee 37862
Amicalola Zipline and Aerial Adventure Park has 11 zip lines and takes approximately two hours. The canopy tour includes three cable and wood suspension bridges with heights from 20 to 100 feet.
418 Amicalola Falls Lodge Road
Dawsonville, Georgia 30534