Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.
Blog posts for December 2010
It's that time of year already, when we're winding down at the end of one year and looking ahead to the next one. It's the time when many of us start making resolutions for the new year. If you fall into that category, have you considered resolving to try something new in 2011—perhaps something tremendously fun that's also a little outside the box?
One of the greatest things about ziplining is that virtually anyone can participate, even if he or she has never hooked up to a zipline before. Unlike high-thrill activities like skydiving and bungee jumping, ziplining is a completely accessible recreation, suitable for anyone who falls within our age and weight requirements.
Too cold to go ziplining, you may be thinking? No such thing! It may be a little nippy out there this week, but don't let that stop you from getting out and experiencing one of the most memorable thrills to be had in the Smokies. At Smoky Mountain Ziplines, we believe that any time is the right time to zoom your way through our forest treetops and discover the true meaning of “chills and thrills.”
There are dozens of fun attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains, offering more ways to fill your vacation hours than you could possibly squeeze into one trip. But be honest. Do you find yourself doing the same things every time you go on vacation with your spouse or family? Have you had your fill of go-carts and miniature golf courses? Are your tired of the arcades and all the indoor attractions that keep you from enjoying the fresh air and scenic beauty of the great outdoors?
Looking for the biggest, baddest ziplines in Tennessee? Your search begins and ends at Smoky Mountain Ziplines in Pigeon Forge, home of the awesome SuperZip course. That's four side-by-side ziplines—each 800 feet long and 100 feet high—that are ready to rock your world with a zipline experience that's truly extreme. SuperZip will take you higher and faster than any other zipline course in the Smokies.