New adventures are often an integral part of what makes vacations so memorable and exciting, and ziplining is the perfect opportunity to add a splash of adrenaline-filled fun to your getaway. Imagine gliding effortlessly through the air at jaw-dropping speeds, enjoying a bird’s eye view of the local terrain below—it may be the closest you get to feeling like you’re flying! Of course, this is all done while wearing a safety harness attached to heavily secured cable lines, so it’s a perfectly safe activity for all ages and all members of your family.
As you start planning your next vacation, or even if you’ve already booked your stay, consider adding these popular zipline courses to your itinerary.
Branson, MO | The Falls Village™
Enjoy beautiful and unique views from all seven lines as you zip along cables up to 2,000 feet long and at speeds of up to 50 mph. This high-flying adventure is a great way to get your adrenaline flowing—and it’s the only place to zip across the Ozarks inside the city limits of Branson!
Vegas, NV | Bluegreen Club 36™
Zip over Vegas rooftops strapped to the VooDoo Zipline. Unlike traditional zip lines, this outstanding adventure allows you to ride solo or in tandem fastened into a seat versus a harness. As you soar nearly 500-feet above the ground, you’ll experience stunning 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip, even as far as the Nevada Mountains.
Gatlinburg, TN | MountainLoft™
Ramp up your sightseeing and get a whole different perspective of downtown Gatlinburg as you soar through a tree top canopy above the city. Experienced guides will be there every step of the way, to ensure a safe and memorable experience for you and your family.
Orlando, FL | The Fountains™, Orlando Sunshine Resort
Get ready for high-flying adventure at Florida’s No. 1 zipline canopy tour. The course features the fastest, longest and highest ziplines in Florida, with the option to choose from dual racing zips or double layered zips. The longest of the 8 lines takes you on a 950-foot journey of pure bliss.
Myrtle Beach, SC | Carolina Grande™, Harbour Lights™, SeaGlass Tower™, Horizon at 77th, Shore Crest Vacation Villas™ I & II
Located on what used to be home to the Pavilion Rides and Amusement Park, this 600-foot zip line offers some great views of the Atlantic. With six side-by-side cables, it’s perfect for some friendly racing against your friends and family. Riders will reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour before free falling (safely, of course) from the 60-foot tower at the other end of the ride.
Wisconsin Dells, WI | Christmas Mountain Village™, Bluegreen Odyssey Dells™
Fly past Majestic Oaks and Northwood Pines on 7 separate zip lines—all ranging from 450 ft.- to 1,400 ft.-long. With a personable, intuitive, funny, and supportive staff, you’ll be extra inspired to take chances, get to know people, and step outside of your comfort zone. And it’s a good thing, too, as one of the zip lines will have you reaching speeds of up to 50 mph, 120 feet above the ground.
Lincoln, NH | South Mountain Resort
With three different zipline tours available, all ranging in difficulty, Alpine Adventures has something for everyone— first time zippers, families with smaller children, and even those who enjoy something more physically challenging. The zips and obstacles get progressively faster and longer, ending with the famous Zip Six, a 45 mph optional freefall.
Boyne City, MI | Mountain Run at Boyne™
Soar through the treetops of a Northern Michigan forest during an adrenaline surging adventure at Wildwood Rush. With nine different ziplines, six towering platforms, five sky bridges and a 1,200-foot triple threat racing zipline, this destination is Michigan’s ultimate zipline canopy tour. Oh, what a rush!
Williamsburg, VA | Bluegreen Patrick Henry Square™ & Parkside Williamsburg Resort
Live life adventurously at Virginia’s first treetop adventure course. This family-friendly attraction is located inside Freedom Park, just minutes from Historic Williamsburg. Go Ape Treetop Adventure is for ages 10+ and those at least 4’7”. Grab your courage, because this course has rope ladders and 37 new courses including the Trapeze, Wobbly Ladder, Spider Web, Tarzan Swing and 600-foot grand finale ride. Younger zippers can tackle the Go Ape Treetop Junior. This course features an easy-to-use safety system good for 20 obstacles and two ziplines. Allow approximately 1.5 hours to enjoy this junior adventure.
Many of the above destinations are part of Bluegreen’s Explorer offer. Stay a week at any of 20+ resorts across the country and begin your ziplining thrills now.
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