Are you looking to add some excitement to your summer in the Smokies? Ziplining in Gatlinburg is a surefire way to kick your vacation into high gear! With some of the most scenic views and longest courses in the country, the Great Smoky Mountains are a paradise for anyone looking for some high-flying fun. Read on to learn everything you need to know about the two best Gatlinburg ziplines.
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Legacy Mountain Ziplines
Legacy Mountain Ziplines rivals any canopy tour you might find in South America. Located in the heart of the Smokies, all 7 of the ziplines at Legacy Mountain feature breathtaking
views of the area’s incredible natural beauty. The highlight of any trip to Legacy is the 2,500 foot zipline suspended 240 feet off the ground. Flying through the mountains at 50 miles per hour is an absolutely exhilarating experience!
Adventure Park Ziplines
It’s easy to spend the whole day at Adventure Park! Located right off the Parkway, this family fun park is home to 9 different ziplines, a horseback riding stable, and a brand new ropes course. With Adventure Park’s special combo deals, you can experience some or all of the various attractions for one low price.
Adventure Park Ziplines is known for its friendly guides and its gorgeous 70 acre naturepark. With so much Smoky Mountain animals in the area, there’s a good chance you’ll see a white tailed deer or a wild turkey during your ziplining trip!
When you stay at Timber Tops, you’ll enjoy free passes to the best Gatlinburg ziplines. With our Luxury Pass program, guests get one complimentary attraction ticket for each night they stay with us. So if you spend the weekend at one of our cabins, you could visit both Legacy Mountain Ziplines and Adventure Park Ziplines without spending a cent!
To learn more about our Luxury Pass and the Summer of Smiles, give us a call at 1-877-549-6775. Our vacation specialists are always happy to answer questions and to recommend the perfect Gatlinburg Cabin for your next trip to the Smokies.