Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.
Blog posts for April 2013
They say that word-of-mouth advertising is the best kind, and hopefully that applies to zipline attractions as well. Because our customers here at Smoky Mountain Ziplines have been using a lot of nice words to describe their experiences. Here are just a few customer reviews posted on the TripAdvisor website:
All this week, folks in Gatlinburg are finding fun and interesting ways to celebrate Earth Day and help preserve our planet's resources. And the good news is that you don't have to be a local to participate. Here's a quick overview of what's in store.
It seems that Mr. Sun has decided to hang around for a while in the Smokies, so we're getting geared up (figuratively and literally) for another big season here at our Pigeon Forge zip line course.
This week seems to be that week so many of us have waited for during the recent long, cold winter. The weather looks as if it will be, for the most part, warm and sunny, providing lots of great opportunities for getting outside and making the most of the change in seasons.
Most of us have probably spent some time in Great Smoky Mountains National Park or visited Gatlinburg, TN before. But when was the last time you had an expert give you a guided tour of either destination? If the answer is “never,” then you might want to look into what the city is offering visitors as part of Gatlinburg's Smoky Mountain Spring—free guided hikes in the Smokies and tours of Gatlinburg.