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Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.


Blog posts for May 2011

Curve Balls and Straight Lines

Posted on May 27, 2011

In geometry, they say the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. That's true, especially at Smoky Mountain Ziplines, where you'll also find the shortest distance between yourself and a whole mess of hair-raising fun. At our mountain zipline courses, you can hook yourself up with as many as 18 different ziplines, each of which takes you on a direct path from a launch platform to a landing platform. And along the way, you'll experience exhilarating speeds, awe-inspiring heights and the feel of the wind in your hair on a fine summer day. You'll start out on our 14-line canopy course, where wooded mountain foothills set the scene for hours of family fun, and then, if you wish, move on to our SuperZip course, where the highest, farthest and fastest zipline action in the Smokies awaits your arrival.

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Smoky Mountain Ziplines Has It All!

Posted on May 20, 2011

If you're looking for the best place to zipline in Tennessee, you've found it at Smoky Mountain Ziplines. We're located just outside Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, which is in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains tourist Mecca of Sevier County. Whether you're staying in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge or Sevierville, our zipline experience is easily accessible by car and easy to find.

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The Fine Art of Ziplining

Posted on May 13, 2011

Maybe that title is a little misleading. Maybe ziplining isn't exactly a fine art. But if you hang out for a while with us at Smoky Mountain Ziplines in Pigeon Forge, you'll find it to be a beautiful and inspiring experience all the same.

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An Escape From The World

Posted on May 3, 2011

Had enough headlines for a while? Between Charlie Sheen, the royal wedding and Osama Bin Laden, there's enough chatter and information overload going on around school, the office and the Internet to make your head spin. What you need is some time well spent in the great outdoors of the Smoky Mountains, where you can clear your head, get some perspective and escape from the real world for a while. Or maybe we should say that it would be your escape to the real world.

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