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Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.

 

Getting Lost in Smoky Mountain Fun

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on September 22, 2011

Here's an idea for a double-header of family fun if your travel plans are bringing you into the Smokies within the next few weeks. This particular combo takes you to extremes, from high-flying, up-in-the-air adventure to a disorienting, down-to-earth challenge.

Get the most out of these cooler, sunnier fall days by suiting up for our ziplines in Pigeon Forge, TN. One cost-effective price gets you all the gear you'll need as well as thorough instruction on how to zipline and observe safety rules. Then it's three hours of high-adrenaline excitement as you learn the ropes on our 14-line canopy tour, which gradually takes you faster, farther and higher as you progress through the course. You might want to cap it off with the granddaddy of area ziplines, the four-line SuperZip course, which goes to extremes in all dimensions.

Then you can keep the thrills going in an entirely different way at the Apple Valley Corn Maze in Sevierville, where you can lose yourself in an afternoon or evening of fun. This classic corn maze course offers both easy and hard options, and this seasonal attraction also features a petting zoo, hayrides, fall foods and refreshments and a pumpkin patch. Beginning October 15, the maze becomes a Haunted Maze in time for Halloween.

 

This content posted by Smoky Mountain Ziplines. Visit our home page, smokymountainziplines.com for more information on zipline adventures in the Smoky Mountains.

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