Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.
Blog posts for March 2011
These days, more people are watching where their hard-earned dollars go, even when it comes to playtime. When you're on vacation, chances are you're a little more selective about where you spend your money, which means that when you're traveling with the family or as a couple, you want to pick the activities that let you get the most bang for the buck.
It's finally here—spring—that season when nature slowly awakes from its long winter slumber and comes back to life with sunshine, warmer temperatures and beautiful blooming flowers and trees. And what better way to mark the occasion by doing a little ziplining in Pigeon Forge? At Smoky Mountain Ziplines, we know how to get you out in the midst of nature's spring spectacular and help you have a blast in the process.
In the process of researching Smoky Mountain Ziplines, you've probably seen a number of references to our canopy tours. What's a canopy tour, you may be wondering?
It's true that virtually anyone can zipline, even if they have absolutely zero experience ziplining. But before arriving at Smoky Mountain Ziplines, there are a few things that will be useful for you to know so that you can be prepared to get the most out of your experience.
Last week, we gave you a few suggestions as to how you might spend a typical day in the Smokies. Naturally our plans have you coming out and spending a few hours with us at our ziplines in Pigeon Forge, but this week, we thought we'd throw out even a few more ideas for ways you and your family can do the Smokies right while zipping your way to an unforgettable vacation.