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Your Guide to Ziplining in the High Country
There are a number of adventures to be had when you visit North Carolina’s High Country. Hike the natural terrain, make a splash whitewater rafting or soar through the treetops. Around the High Country, ziplining adventures await. These excursions are not only thrilling but they provide fantastic, panoramic views of the mountain ranges and forests.
Where to Zipline in the High Country
Here are our favorite places to zipline in the High Country.
Sky Valley Zip Tours
Conveniently located between Boone and Blowing Rock, Sky Valley Zip Tours offers several different zipline tours that you’re sure to love. Soar 300 feet above the valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains on Sky Valley’s 1600-foot zipline, Big Mama. If you’re zipping with the little ones, Sky Valley offers a kid-friendly tour. Interested in riding under the stars? Experience the Night Flight, the only after-dark zipline tour in the High Country.
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Hawksnest Snow Tubing and Zipline
Hawksnest Snow Tubing Park is famous for being the largest snow tubing park in North Carolina. But did you know that Hawksnest also offers one of the country’s longest ziplines? The zipline park, located near Boone, boasts 20 ziplines that go over and through trees, over lakes and creeks and offer panoramic views. Experience Hawksnest’s four mega zips, 2000-foot-long zips and ziplines that reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.
High Gravity Adventures Aerial Adventure Park
The name says it all. High Gravity Adventures is a fantastic place for thrilling adventures off the ground. Fly through the treetops on their Zip Line Tour. This tour starts at a treehouse and goes across multiple lines. Along the way you’ll ride across a breathtaking valley and go over a sky bridge. Situated between Boone and Blowing Rock, you’ll love the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from these ziplines.