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Ziplines in West Virginia

Ace Adventure Resort
Ace Adventure Resort holds the world record for most number of people down a zipline in one hour. All the zips have dual lines so you can spend the day challenging your friends. The first line, the Parallel Plunge, is 490 feet long, flying you through the trees of the New River Gorge. This zip is followed by Cruise Control, Rigor Mortis, Mighty Mouse, The Racer, Sunshine, Boulderdash, and The Plunge. There is also a Drop Tower and a Sky Bridge. Night zipping is available.

Harpers Ferry Canopy Tour
Situated in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and just one hour from Washington, D.C., the Canopy Tour takes approximatley 3 hours and features 7 ziplines, varying in length from 200 to almost 800 feet. Be prepared to climb ladders and at least two bridges during your zipline experience. While zipping you’ll enjoy the scenery of Harpers Ferry water gap, the Potomac River, rock cliffs, wildlife, trees and plants.

North Fork Valley Canopy Tour
Modeled after canopy tours in Central American and the Caribbean, North Fork Valley Canopy Tour features 13 zip lines, 3 sky bridges and a 40 foot rappel. The course consists of a mile of zip lines ranging from 150 feet to 680 feet in length, and heights up to 80′ above the forest floor. The course covers over two miles of terrain.

Passages to Adventure
Passages to Adventure, located near the New River Gorge in West Virginia, features a zipline on the ropes course, and it is a very popular element. There are other exciting options at Passages to Adventure, including kayaking, caving, climbing, and rappelling.

TreeTops Canopy Tour: New River Gorge Zip Line
New River Gorge Zip Line is an eco-friendly course concerned with environmentally conscious design and preserving the natural environment. There are 10 different ziplines, varying in length from 100 feet to 730 feet. There are five different sky bridges and you will take three short hikes between zips. Gravity Zip Lines is a mile long tour and flys 200 feet above the ground at its highest point. You’ll have unspoiled views of the forests of West Virginia during your two hour ride.

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