Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.
Blog posts for October 2012
If you've never experienced the excitement that comes with riding a high-speed zip line, Pigeon Forge is where you need to be this week. That's where you'll find us at Smoky Mountain Ziplines. There are several companies in this area that offer ziplining fun, and each makes its own claims as to what it has to offer. But Smoky Mountain Ziplines has more than one reason to clip on to one of our trolleys and hang on for the ride of a lifetime.
It's very easy for us to say that our Pigeon Forge zip line tours are the best around—not just in town but also in the whole Smokies region. After all, we have to admit that we're a little partial to all the fun you can have at our scenic little corner of the foothills. But don't just take our word for it. Check out the online ratings site TripAdvisor, and see what our previous guests have had to say.
Visitors to the Smokies often wonder, “Which city is best to visit—Pigeon Forge, Sevierville or Gatlinburg?” Fortunately, this is one of those situations where any and all answers are correct. There's no need to limit yourself to one destination. Each of the three cities that make up our tourism region has its own unique attributes and opportunities, so the more you can squeeze into your itinerary, the better.
It's time for another test of your zipline knowledge. This week, we're going to see how much you know about Smoky Mountain Ziplines in Pigeon Forge. The good news is that we allow cheating. All the answers can be found throughout our website. Score the most points and crown yourself the Trivia Master for the day.
A lot of schools are out on fall break this week, which just happens to coincide with the kickoff of Dollywood's annual National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration. Running October 3 through November 3, this month-long festival is a great way to get out and experience everything that's great about the Smoky Mountains in autumn. And if you visit on a weekday, while the kiddos are out of school, you can beat a lot of the weekend crowds and enjoy shorter lines for rides, shows and attractions.