Take to the skies and enjoy a mid-air adventure at one of these great ziplining parks.

Know Before You Go:
Be prepared! Most places require reservations; check websites for details. Keep in mind that you’ll be asked to sign a waiver before participating. Many operations require closed-toe shoes – no flip-flops or sandals – and may have restrictions on carrying a camera. Age and weight requirements apply and vary by company. Make sure you secure any loose items; long hair should be tied back.

Treetop Quest Chickpea Course

Treetop Quest

Treetop Quest has four zipline courses for a variety of ages and abilities. The Chickpea is designed for kids ages 4-6, with more challenging levels for ages 7 and older. Navigate ladders, suspension bridges and other obstacles as you travel from one line to another. Swing through each course as many times as you want during your visit. Treetop Quest Gwinnett has one additional level and Spider Quest, a harness-free obstacle course. Dunwoody: 2341 Peeler Rd. Buford: 2020 Clean Water Dr.

Treetop Trail at Zoo Atlanta

Treetop Trail at Zoo Atlanta

Experience the Zoo from the perspective of a tree-dweller! Navigate a series of rope ladders, bridges, nets and tightrope lines on a two-level challenge and learn about tree-dwelling animals’ lifestyles and adaptations. Kids under 48” can visit the Treetop Tykes Trail, a scaled down course. Treetop Trail tickets must be purchased separately and are not included in regular Zoo admission. 800 Cherokee Ave. SE, Atlanta.

TreeTop Adventure at Callaway Gardens

This course spans more than 3,000 feet and soars up to 70 feet above the ground. Ziplines are interspersed with challenges like suspension bridges, swinging beams and netting. The Base Course features five ziplines and 20 challenges; the add-on Lake Course has additional lines and challenges. The Sapling Course is designed for kids ages four and older and between 36”-60” tall. 17800 U.S. Hwy 27, Pine Mountain.

Screaming Eagle at Historic Banning Mills

Screaming Eagle Adventures

Screaming Eagle Adventures operates four zipline parks in Georgia. Here are details:

 Chattahoochee Nature Center
Two courses are available here: Aerial Adventure, for ages 4 and older, features four ziplines, suspension bridges, ropes and more. For ages 8 and older, the Canopy Tour features seven ziplines and 12 challenge elements. Combine the two courses and enjoy a 3-hour adventure. 9135 Willeo Rd., Roswell.

Historic Banning Mills
Choose from four levels at this park. Forest and Woodland have nine ziplines, sky bridges and a tower. The difficulty increases with the Flight Pattern and Flight Pattern Plus levels. The Extreme Tour has sky bridges that traverse the gorge at heights over 100 feet; book the All Day Rush tour for eight hours of adventure. 205 Horseshoe Dam Rd., Whitesburg.

Unicoi State Park
Get an amazing view of the North Georgia mountains! The Level 1 tour includes 11 ziplines, seven skywalk bridges and two towers. Move on to the Level 2 and 3 tours to enjoy views over and around the Lake at Unicoi, with more ziplines, bridges and challenges. 1788 Highway 356, Helen.

Amicalola Falls State Park
Find beautiful lake views, wildlife and more at this park. Designed for beginners, Level 1 has a suspension bridge and four ziplines. Level 2 takes riders on 9 ziplines that range from 20-100 feet in the air, and several suspension bridges. On Level 3, see areas of the park that aren’t open to the public and soar over 250 feet in the air. 418 Amicalola Falls Lodge Rd., Dawsonville.

Worth the Drive:

Whitewater Express, Columbus
ZipLine Canopy Tours, Blue Ridge
Blue Ridge Adventure Park, Blue Ridge
Nacoochee Zipline Tours, Helen

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