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Ziplines in Georgia

Here you can find the best ziplines in Georgia in and around popular cities such as Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, Columbus, Athens and many more.

This page gives you brief descriptions of each Zipline course with videos and links to their web sites and social media sites.

If you know of a zipline that is not listed here, you may add it at the bottom.

Blue Ridge, Georgia

Firewire Ziplines – Blue Ridge Canopy Adventure is the only true canopy zip line tour
in Northern Georgia. Course includes 15 zip lines up to 1700 feet high. Tour is around 2 hours long and in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Follow @FirewireZip on Twitter or on Facebook.

Blue Ridge Canopy Adventure – A mile of zip lines and sky bridges. Three of the zip lines total almost 1,000 ft up to 90 feet high. Follow on @BlueRidgeCanopy on Twitter or at Facebook.

Here is a video of their zip line that goes over 60 miles per hour over 1,500 feet long at an altitude of 500 feet.

Buford, GA

Lake Lanier Canopy Tours – This course has 30 ziplines, 5 that are over 1000 feet long! Course goes over Lake Lanier and also has dual racing ziplines. There are four canopy tours to choose from. They also have a night time tour and two sky bridges. Check their web site for the latest rates, hours and directions. Be sure to follow them on and @llcanopytour on Twitter.  Check out this video of their zipline below:

Clarkesville, Georgia

Sunburst Stables Zipline – This zipline course begins with a four wheel ride and then starts with a 350 foot long zipline that goes over ponds and a small farm. The next zip line goes 1000 feet followed by 2 more 1000 ft lines that goes into the woods. The final line goes over another pond and ends at a stable.  Follow them on Facebook or @sunburststables on Twitter.  Here is a point of view video of the zipline:

Johns Creek, GA

Sojourns Adventures – Team building adventures offers a course of ziplines totaling over a mile long and includes their longest zipline that is 1/4 mile long and goes over swimming pools and tennis courts! Follow them at or @sojournadven on Twitter.  You can also watch their promo video below:

Lula, GA

North Georgia Canopy Tours – This is Georgia’s ultimate treetop adventure and has three different zipline courses to choose from. A 3 hour tour with 12 ziplines, two sky bridges with a total of over a mile long. The final zipline is a 695 foot long dual zip. A shorter course has nine ziplines and two sky bridges and both allow you to cross a pond. Check their web site for latest rates, hours, directions and other information. Follow them at or @NGaCanopyTours on Twitter.

Pine Mountain, GA

Calloway Gardens TreeTop Adventure and Zipline – Callaway Gardens has a tree top adventure and zipline course.  Walk across sky bridges and ride ziplines some 1,500 feet long total.  Features 5 ziplines that range from 44 to 210 ft in length.  Follow @callawaygardens on Twitter or  Check out a video of their TreeTop Adventure here:

The Rock, Georgia

The Rock Ranch – Zipline course goes over a pond – 2 ziplines to choose from – an 800 foot or 1300 foot one.  Visit their web site for latest rates, hours and info.  Follow them @therockranch on Twitter or on  Here is a video of these ziplines in Georgia below:

Whitesburg, GA

Historic Banning Mills Ziplines – Five zipline courses to choose from at every different skill level from beginning to expert awaits you.  Total of all courses is close to 40,000 feet!  Course rundowns are Forest Zip Line Canopy Tour (Level 1, easiest): 9 zip lines and 1 sky bridge.  Flight Pattern Zip Line includes 900 and 1000 ft long ziplines at an altitude of 200 ft.  Includes nine sky bridges and twelve ziplines.

There are many other ziplines including one that’s 1500 feet in length where you can reach speeds at up to 60 miles per hour!  Visit their web site for the latest info, hours and rates.  You can also follow them @banningmills on Twitter or

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