Open Year Round – Ages 8 and Up . Four-Wheel Adventures, 9 different Zip Lines and 3 Canopy Sky Bridges
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Come see what the Smokies are all about with Climbworks!
You can choose your adventure at Climbworks Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Climbworks in noted for their great Zipline experience in one of the most beautiful places on earth, the mountains around Gatlinburg.
This is a true treetop adventure, with 9 world-class Ziplines. Also offering a fun ATV adventure that takes you to the top of the mountain. And three unique sky bridges and a surprise at the end. Your feet won’t touch the ground for two-and-a-half hours as you start in one tree and you end in another. You will soar over trees, streams ravines and will see the beautiful Smoky Mountains and maybe some of the wildlife that inhabits the area.
Another adventure at Climbworks is the only true mountain biking trail in Gatlinburg. You can bring your own bike or rent one at Climbworks, and they will prepare you for this challenging mountain sport with direction and instruction. El Regis is the intermediate, two-mile loop trail that is well maintained to ensure a good, smooth ride.
Their flagship feature is a wooden, roller-coaster style track called “The Curliest”, which is built over a stream and designed to be a treat for the rider and can be ridden as often as you like.
Of course you can buy packages to save money on your adventure. You can rent a Trek bike to give you a fun and save ride. Gear controls are simplified to make your ride more enjoyable. Figure three hours for the mountain bike ride and two-and-a-half hours for the Zipline adventure. Water is provided along the trails on both adventures.
Climbworks enjoys extremely high ratings on TripAdvisor, Yelp and Google. Their guides and instructors make sure that your ride is safe and enjoyable. Climbworks is located on Highway 321, about 7 miles northeast of downtown Gatlinburg.