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Want to feel the same sound-barrier-breaking, free-falling sensation that sky diver Felix Baumgartner felt?

Well, you won’t. But the closest you might get to all that rush-of-the-world ripple through your hair is on a zipline tour. While we won’t be breaking the sound barrier with zipping anytime soon, guests can reliably reach speeds of 35 to 40 miles per hour on our fastest ziplines. The adventure zipline course, features a series of tree platforms connected by ziplines, sky bridges, trails and rappels.

It is entirely tree-based and features ziplines ranging from 120 feet to 1,100 feet long. The property covers ridges and valleys, ranging up to 3,600 feet in elevation, and the highest zipline is more than 200 feet off the forest floor. Zippers are literally up in the treetops. You start out with shorter ziplines, but it is intentionally designed to take you through different forest ecosystems. 



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