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Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp
The Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp, located in Fort Hill, Pennsylvania, provides visitors with the opportunity to ride a 524 foot dual zipline that spans over a lake.

Fields of Adventure
Located in Adams County, Pennsylvania, Fields of Adventure is a fall family adventure extravaganza. There is a 600 foot zipline that soars over a pond. Once you’ve zipped check out the corn maze, pick a pumpkin, or go fishing.

Laurel Ridgeline Canopy Tours
Welcome to Laurel Ridgeline Canopy Tours at Seven Springs Mountain Resort! Riders will soar 150-feet in the air at speeds of 50 miles per hour. The canopy tour consists of two air stairs, treetops of varying in height from 50 to 80-feet, 10 ziplines ranging in length from 145-feet to the grand finale of the Timberline Terror, 1,500-feet of zip 150-feet in the air.

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
The new Fatbird Flyer zipline totals 1,060 feet long and reaches speeds of 60 mph at 300′ elevation. There is also a second zipline available on the Little Tykes Ropes Course, it is 120 feet long and perfect for children ages 4-8.

Ohiopyle Zipline Adventure Park
The Ohiopyle Zipline Adventure Park offers two skill levels of ziplines, the Adventure level, with a minimum age of 10 years old, and the Explorer Level, with a minimum age of 4 years old. Both levels include climbing, crossing bridges, balancing, and end with a zipline.

Screaming Hawk Zipline
You’ll defy gravity as you soar above Seven Springs Mountain Resort on the Screaming Hawk Zipline. You’ll cover 2,000 feet of ziplines! You’ll climb up towers, and cross bridges to reach each of the four fun ziplines.

Sno Mountain Ski Resort
Sno Cove’s four-cable ZipRider is a unique experience that the whole family can ride together. You’ll soar over tree tops, ski trails, slides, and onlookers as you fly at speeds reaching 50 mph. Riders must be at least 52″ tall.

Spring Mountain Adventures
You’ll take the chair lift to the top of the mountain to start your canopy tour at Spring Mountain Adventures. There are many different tour packages to choose from, including The Full Monty Tour, The Control Freak Tour, the Easy Rider Tour, and Heart of Darkness nighttime tours.

The Odyssey
The Odyssey course has been described as the largest jungle gym you’ve ever seen. While on the course you will navigate various rope obstacles, bridges, and walls, and end the course with a zipline trip.

Vertical Trek at Roundtop Mountain Resort
The Vertical Trek begins with a chairlift ride to the top of the mountain. Participants descend over 600 vertical feet using a series of zip lines (up to 400 feet in length), rope bridges, tarzan swings, cargo nets and scenic walks. Treks take between two and a half to four hours to complete.

Whitewater Challengers
The Zipline Adventure at WhiteWater Challengers is available April 6th through October 20th. Come camp for the night and take a zipline ride the next morning!

Zip Line Canopy Tour at Refreshing Mountain Camp
Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the Zip Line Canopy Tour offers two different courses to choose from, The Challenge Adventure, and The Aerial Excursion.

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