Get a Treetop View of Southeast Tennessee on a Zip Line
One of the most unique – and exhilarating – ways to experience the natural beauty of Southeast Tennessee is flying through the trees on a zip line. Not only do these treetop cables give you an extraordinary vantage point to take in the scenery, but they also give you an adrenaline rush along the way! And while we don’t recommend zip-lining for those with an intense fear of heights, it is remarkably accessible to just about everyone else, i.e. you don’t have to be an athlete to enjoy this super fun way to take in the great outdoors. Southeast Tennessee is loaded with options for treetop zipping. Check them out below!
Eight zip lines with the final being a double line where two people can race to the finish. Half of the zip lines soar over ponds located on Baggenstoss Farm.
518 Brawley Road, Tracy City, TN
Zip line fun plus other aerial obstacles including ladders, wobbly bridges, rope swings, cargo nets and balance beams.
2009 Village Camp Road, Spencer, TN
Nine zip line sections and three swinging sky bridges on this fully wooded canopy tour.
4596 US-64 W., Ducktown, TN
More than a mile of cable racing through the Cherokee National Forest.
4599 US-64, Copperhill, TN
Zip line and canopy tour adventure featuring seven zip lines.
1985 US-64, Benton, TN
Suspended obstacle course, zip line adventure and climbing tower.
1720 S. Scenic Hwy., Chattanooga, TN
Zip line and ropes course near Fall Creek Falls State Park.
1997 Village Camp Road, Fall Creek Falls State Park, TN