Here you can find course information and point of view videos and more for ziplines in North Carolina. This includes popular locations such as Fayetteville, Boone, Charlotte, Hendersonville, Mars Hill, Albemarle, Monroe, Asheville, Raleigh and more!
U.S. National Whitewater Center– North Carolina Mega Zip offers riders a view from the top of the 46 foot Mega Tower and a course over sections of Class III and IV whitewater rapids. The course features 7 ziplines, cargo net climbs and rappel stations. Find them at Facebook.com/whitewatercenter or on Twitter @usnwc.
Richland Creek Zipline – Ride on fifteen different ziplines at Purgatory Mountain for a combined length of over a mile. Trip is approximately 2+ hours and also includes two sky bridges. One zipline is a whopping 1,400 feet long! If that’s not enough, they also have a concession stand. Follow them at Facebook. Check out a point of view video from their zipline below:
Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville Zipline Canopy Adventures – This zipline is located only one mile from Asheville, you can catch views of the mountains as well as the city skyline. There are ten ziplines and 9 canopy tree platforms and 3 sky walks. The ziplines range from a few hundred feet to around 1,200 ft in length and will bring you to heights of up to 70 feet with speeds up to 35 to 40 miles an hour. Check out this video of the course below:
Adventure America Zipline Canopy Tours – Representing six different zipline courses in Southeast North Carolina – Chattooga Ridge – 10 zip sections over 9 acres of land and multiple ecosystems; Pigeon River: Zip over the Pigeon River on 12 zips and 4 bridges; Ococee River Basin – Tour features three sky bridges and 9 ziplines, as well as a three-level platform with views of the Big Frog Wilderness; PlumTree: Fly 60 feet above Isaac’s Branch Creek, enjoying 11 ziplines and four sky bridges.
Navitat Canopy Adventures – This is a tree based course with ten ziplines that range from 120 to 1,100 ft long. Also includes rappelling and two sky bridges and takes you up to 200 feet high. Tour last about 3 1/2 hours and gives you a combined length of over a mile of zip line fun! Follow Navitat on Twitter at @navitatcanopy or at Facebook.com/Navitat. Take a look at their zipline on this video below:
Boonville, North Carolina
Big Woods Zipline – Open for scheduled tours Thursday-Sunday, 10am-4pm, reservations are required. This zipline features 14 platforms and 12 cables, 65 feet above the ground. The Zipline is located right next to Sanders Ridge Vineyard, Winery and Restaurant, so grab a bite and a glass of Pino when you’re done flying! Follow on Facebook.
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Zip Quest Waterfall and Treetop Adventure – 16 platforms, 8 ziplines, 3 Canopy Sky Bridges, and 3 Spiral Staircases make up this fun filled tour located at Carver’s Falls in Fayetteville, North Carolina. This tour was voted on of the 10 Great Ziplines by USA Today. Follow them at Facebook.com/Zipquest or on Twitter @zipquest.
High Point, NC
Kersey Valley Zip Line Aerial Tours – 1.5 miles of cable make this zipline one of the largest in the world! Located in High Point, North Carolina Kersey Valley Zip Lines also offers an exciting Night Time Flight by the light of the moon. Friend them at Facebook.com/kerseyvalleyzipline or at Twitter @kerseyvalley.
Lake Lure, North Carolina
BoulderLine Adventures – Fly over woods, animals, and streams on this ridge-to-ridge course. Located 20 miles from Chimney Rock State Park and five miles from Rumbling Bald Resort at Lake Lure, NC. Visitors can enjoy ziplines, a 32′ climbing tower, and a giant swing.
Lake Toxaway, North Carolina
Earth Shine Lodge – The first facility in the United States to have a Zipline Canopy Tour, operating since 1998. The course boasts 6 ziplines and and 1 skybridge. The zipline tour is included in your overnight rate at Earth Shine Lodge, which has been said to have some of the finest views in Eastern America and rustic, comfortable surroundings. Follow on Facebook or Twitter @EarthshineLodge.
Morganton, North Carolina
The Beanstalk Journey – The Beanstalk Journey at Catawba Meadows is described as a lifesize “Ewok Village.” Made up of 15 interconnected islands in the sky and a giant Spider Climbing Web located 50 feet off the ground. The Beanstalk Journey is located near Morganton, North Carolina. Follow on Facebook or Twitter @thejourneyatcm.
Seven Devils, North Carolina
Hawksnest Zipline – Offers 10 zip lines (including two super or MEGA zips) and 1.5 miles of course with some lines zipping you up to 150′ off the ground at speeds from 25-30 mph. Offering three tours, a shorter 4 Cable Tour, the Hawk Tour, and the newest extreme tour the Eagle Tour. Follow on Facebook.
Carolina Ziplines Canopy Tours – “Taking nature to extreme heights,” is how Carolina Ziplines rolls! Located in Westfield, North Carolina this tour company offers two different courses, the “Long One” and “The Web.” Each tour consists of 8-10 cables. Exciting after dark Lantern Light Tours are offered Fall through Spring. Follow on Facebook.
Zionville, North Carolina
Screaming ZipLines – Features a tour that consists of 6 zip lines with the shortest zipline being 450 ft and the longest is 800 ft.–almost the distance of 3 football fields! This is one of the highest and triple wide tours in the United States.