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Smoky Mountain Ziplines
509 Mill Creek Road Pigeon Forge, TN, 37863
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$15 OFF 2 hour Zipline Adventure
Not valid with other promotions. Not valid during special events or holidays. some restrictions may apply. Additional Military Discount Call for details. Rider Minimum- 60 pounds and 8 years old. Rider Maximum- 275 pounds.
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Did you know that you can ride longer and on more Ziplines at Smoky Mountain Ziplines in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee? Size, location, accommodations and price join together to give customers more fun and value for their time and money. So find out for yourself.
A large base-camp building greets you when you drive to Smoky Mountain Ziplines. The building is great for groups and parties, and also offers each rider plenty of space to get geared-up and ready to ride. Once you are harness-up and you’ve had your safety instruction, you load up into the big, 6×6 truck and ride up to the top of the mountain to begin your zipping voyage. You can choose from two course, the 9 line or the 14 line courses.
The Ziplines are designed to start off nice and easy to allow you to get adjusted to the Zipline experience. Each stretch is longer, faster and higher than the previous so you get more thrills and more excitement as your experience level grows. Ride the Long Rifle, 550 feet across the valley, and go head-to-head with your spouse, kids, friends or another rider on the double line! Your guides are close at all times to ensure your safety and to make sure you get the most out of your ride.
Smoky Mountain Ziplines offer specials for Seniors and enlisted personnel and their families, and group rates for 8 or more people. They offer seasonal rates also and are open 7 days a week during the spring, summer and early fall seasons. So take your family, friends and group adventure to new heights with Smoky Mountain Ziplines, conveniently located just two miles off of the Pigeon Forge Parkway, in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.