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Add Ziplining To Your Harvest Celebration

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on October 4, 2012

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.

This year's festival features some of the nation's top gospel music acts, appearing in venues throughout the park, and you'll also discover authentic hand-made arts and crafts created by dozens of on-site artisans. Add delicious fall foods, harvest-time decorations and Dollywood's usual lineup of fun to the mix, and you've got the makings of a great day in the Smokies.

But take note that Dollywood doesn't offer zipline rides any more. So tack on a visit to our Smoky Mountain zip lines, and make your fall break complete with an exhilarating, scenic tour of our zipline courses. We're just a few miles from Dollywood, so you can easily add us to your itinerary without having to go out of your way to do it. See you soon!

 

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