||Smoky Mountain Ziplines
Adventure Ziplines of Pigeon Forge - 6 zip lines up to 3,400 feet long.
Located on 400 acres of beautiful land in Pigeon Forge.
Amazing & unique views of the Smoky Mountains.
4.5 miles of lines, 300 feet in the air!
Climb Works Canopy - Being surrounded on three sides by the Smoky Mountain National Park, CLIMB Works Canopy gives you a bird's eye view of what makes the Smokies so unique. We start off by taking you on a fun four-wheel adventure to the top of the mountain and once you take that first step onto our beautifully constructed tour your feet won't touch the ground for the next 2 1/2 hours. For the daring ones now is the time to explore, as you'll be zipping over ravines, streams, trees, wildlife, and gorgeous views of the National Park. Your tour will consist of 13 unique adventures up in the canopy of the trees. While learning about nature you will also be overcoming your fears as you make your way over 9 different zip lines, 3 canopy sky bridges, and a fun unique surprise at the end.
Foxfire Mountain - Your tour is guided by two of our friendly, highly trained and certified guides, beginning at Base Camp with an introductory 60′ zip line and progresses with increasingly longer, higher and more amazing rides. After the first three lines, enjoy a peaceful ride on our eco-friendly safari vehicle to the top of Foxfire Mountain where you begin the second leg of your fantastic journey on zip lines ranging from 600′ to a breathtaking 1500′+ in length! Your tour ends back at Base Camp as you zip into the Final landing platform and get geared-down in our tent. No hiking, no towers to climb!
Gatlinburg Ziplines and Ropes Course Adventure - Soar through the treetops with two guides on 9 exciting ziplines to 6 treetop canopy platforms, a skybridge and optional self guided 14 ropes course snowboards and trapezes, ladders and bridges, all overlooking downtown Gatlinburg, the Space needle and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, one block from downtown Gatlinburg.
Jayell Ranch Zipline Tours & Horseback Riding - Located close to Dollywood, this family-owned ranch offers over 150 acres of fun, including the longest zipline in the Smokies and horseback riding.
Rafting in the Smokies Zipline Tours - Experience Zipping in the Smokies at our Family Adventure Island —conveniently located right behind our river outpost in Hartford TN! It's a great outdoor activity for families, groups, and corporate outings. Feel the anticipation growing as you cross the 150′ swinging bridge to our breathtaking 10-acre wooded island in the middle of the Big Pigeon River. After you receive your safety gear and instruction session with your personal adventure guide, you'll climb high in the air on our impressively constructed zipline tower. Get set for an adrenaline rush as you zip down our 600′ long dual racing lines. Then it's right back to the treetops on our next tower for another exhilarating 500′ zip.
Smoky Mountain Ziplines and Canopy Tours LLC - Tarzan did it… now so can you. Flying through the trees at up to 40 miles per hour is an exhilarating experience you'll never forget. The fun begins once you arrive at our location in Pigeon Forge. Canopy tours start off slow and low, allowing you to get a feel for the lines. Each stretch of the tour gets longer, higher, faster and more exciting. With two professional guides close by at all times, you'll discover an adrenaline rush unlike any other.
Wahoo Ziplines - Get your adrenaline pumping as you travel down SIX signature mountain ziplines, each bringing its own unique thrill. You will zip under, through, and over the tree tops at speeds up to 40 MPH. Our zipline guides can escort you on a private or family zip line tour, or assist you in team building exercises for your school, church, or company groups.
Wears Valley Zipline Adventures - Ride 6700 lineal feet. Over 1.25 miles of zip lines. Some of the longest and highest zip lines in the region. Our super line is 2000' long and 275' high. Situated on 43 private acres of unspoiled and fully forested land. Gorgeous views of Mount LeConte and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.