Two Thrilling Zipline Adventures
Sightseeing, meet adventure.
To Really See Highlands, Ya Gotta Go High.
One part scenic sightseeing tour, one part heart-pumping adventure. Our canopy tours will whisk you through our 95-acres of stunning North Carolina scenery. You’ll glimpse some of the best views in the state while enjoying some of the best ziplining in the country.
Our Premium Ziplining Experience.
This tour includes 17 unique aerial elements including our 1,550′ (five football fields!) long “Squealing Mare Zipline” which flies you between two mountain peaks.
Half the Zips, but a Whole Lot of Fun.
Got a Group?
Make a Day of It.
Giant Mountain SwingJust $10.97 when added to a tour during checkout.
Dual Racing Tree ClimbJust $10.97 when added to a tour during checkout.
Scenic UTV TourA scenic meandering through rich beauty & history
Hidden Falls Nature TrailFree walking trail to a beautiful waterfall
Other activities on our 95-acre property.
Giant Mountain Swing
Dual Racing Tree Climb
Scenic UTV Tour
Hidden Falls Nature Trails
How People Describe Their Adventure
Bucket List Check Off...Amazing!Very friendly, knowledgeable and competent staff. The views are breathtaking.
OH MY!! They aren’t kidding about the Squealing Mare!Overall, an excellent zip lining adventure for any age and any challenge level.
SUPER FUN!!!We loved this!! Beautiful views! Our two guides were great! What an amazing experience!
Highly recommended for familiesSuper fun. Felt safe during the whole experience. Especially good for teens but out 12 year old loved it too.
Yes! All of our guests have the option to continue on to the final 4 ziplines to complete the full ziplining experience.
All tours are photographed and videotaped by your guide using a GoPro camera and will be available for purchase after your tour. To maximize your safety and eliminate distraction from instruction as well as protect the privacy of our tour participants, we do not allow cameras on our zipline courses.
Please understand that when you forget about, cancel, or change your reservation without giving 24 hours’ notice, we miss the opportunity to fill that tour, and guests on our waiting list miss the opportunity to experience the tour.
Less than 24-hour notice will result in a charge equal to 50% of the reserved tour amount. Failure to show up for your tour without prior notice will result in being charged 100% of the reserved tour amount.
Customers will receive a full refund in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
The cancellation policy allows us the time to inform our standby guests of any availability, as well as keeping our team members’ schedules filled.
Please contact us by phone to cancel or inquire about a cancellation and rescheduling.
The weather can vary greatly in the Highlands Plateau, so be prepared for varying temperatures. Closed-toe shoes are required, no sandals or flip flops. Tank tops are discouraged as the harnesses may be uncomfortable on your bare skin. We suggest comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for being active and hiking. If rain is in the forecast, be sure to bring a rain jacket.
Yes! We zip rain, shine, or snow! Only in extreme cases such as lightning, high winds, or limited visibility, will we close the park. We make informed decisions using combined data from our in-house lightning detection system and NOAA weather information. If you feel you will be uncomfortable zipping in inclement weather, please notify us as soon as possible. We will be happy to provide you with a rain-check or no charge.
Yes! While gratuities are optional, our tour guides income is greatly based on tips, and they are always greatly appreciated. We take pride in providing every guest exceptional customer service and an unforgettable experience. We suggest tipping 15%-20%, which is the standard in the dining and entertainment industries. Large groups of eight or more will have an 18% gratuity added at checkout.
Easy to find.
Convenient and remote? You bet.
We’re just 9 miles from Highlands and 5 Miles off U S Hwy 23/441. Our entrance is on Dillard Road/Hwy 106, but you’ll quickly escape into the forest and feel worlds away.
From Asheville, NC: 1h 30m
From Greenville, SC: 1h 45m
From Atlanta, GA: 2h