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Join us in the trees for 2.5 hours of zip-riding, heart-pounding, bridge-crossing, breath-taking, free-climbing, eco-friendly, unforgettable fun!  Test your agility and resolve on 70+ aerial obstacles including ladders, wobbly bridges, rope swings, cargo nets, balance beams, and zip lines. Following thorough instruction at Ground School, you will be let loose to explore six different 8-to-13-element routes ranging from easy to extreme.

This is a self-guided adventure. Supervised and encouraged by certified guides, participants move through the course connected to a flexible lifeline system that uses smart-belay technology to ensure 100% connectivity. ZIPStream provides all the necessary equipment—full-body harness, helmet, zip line trolley, and smart-belay lanyard. Participants need only bring a sense of adventure and their own daring!

ZIPStream Fall Creek Falls is located at Fall Creek Falls State Park, and operates independently. For more information regarding rates, physical requirements, and tour times, please click here, or call (615) 499-5779.

 

Come soar through the forest and explore wilds of central Tennessee from a treetop perspective. Nestled in a mature stand of oaks, hickory, and pines overlooking scenic Fall Creek Falls Lake, the aerial adventure park consists of over 70 suspended obstacles certain to quicken your pulse and test your resolve.

 

The aerial adventure park is a 2.5-hour self-guided experience, supervised and encouraged from below by certified guides. Following outfitting and thorough instruction at Ground School, participants may select from six different routes ranging from easy to extreme. Participants maneuver through the course connected to a flexible lifeline system that uses smart-belay technology to ensure 100% connectivity.

 

ZIPStream Fall Creek Falls is thrilling family-friendly fun, designed to accommodate participants 4 years of age and older of moderate to excellent health and mobility. To access the entire course, participants must be able to extend their arm to reach 66-inches while standing flat-footed and demonstrate the ability to operate the smart-belay system without assistance. All minors must be supervised while on site; minors less than 13 years of age must be accompanied on the course by a participating adult at all times. One participating adult may accompany one child who cannot reach the minimum height or who is less than 9 years or age, or two children aged 9-12 years who can reach 66 inches standing flat-footed.

 

Whether you’re 4 or 94; a thrill seeker, nature lover, or both; we’re certain your ZIPStream Fall Creek Falls adventure will be an experience you’ll share and recount for years to come. Bring yourself, your family, your friends, your church group, and your work group… but remember, reservations are highly recommended. ZIPStream Fall Creek Falls is located at Fall Creek Falls State Park, operating independently. For more information regarding rates, physical requirements, and tour times, please visit www.zipstreamfallcreekfalls.com or call (615) 499-5779.

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Elements: 74

6 Courses + Ground School

Ground School/Demo Course: 8 elements

Yellow Course (easy): 12 elements

Green Course (easy): 9 elements

Blue 1 Course (moderate): 8 elements

Blue 2 Course (moderate): 13 elements

Red Course (difficult): 12 elements

Black Course (extreme): 10 elements

Climbing Adventure (easy to extreme): 4 climbs

Total Number of Zip Lines: 9

Maximum Height: 42′

Guiding: Self-guided with certified guides available to assist and encourage as needed

Safety System: ISC SmartSnap smart-belay system for traverses; auto-belay for climbing

Construction/Operation Standards: Association for Challenge Course Technology, 8th edition

 

Come soar through the forest and explore the wilds of central Tennessee from a treetop perspective. Nestled in a mature stand of oaks, hickory, and pines overlooking scenic Fall Creek Falls Lake, the aerial adventure park consists of over 70 suspended obstacles certain to quicken your pulse and test your resolve.

 

The Aerial Adventure Park is a 2.5-hour self-guided experience. Following outfitting and thorough instruction at Ground School, participants may select from six different routes ranging from easy to extreme. Supervised and encouraged from below by certified guides, participants maneuver through the course connected to a flexible lifeline system that uses smart-belay technology to ensure 100% connectivity.

 

Whether you and your group are interested in learning about the local wildlife or just acting like it, ZIPStream Fall Creek Falls has something to offer.

 

hether you’re looking to incorporate new members, set the tone for a successful working relationship, impart new team skills or strategies, take your team to the next level, or just celebrate successes and blow off some steam, a variety of half-day to multi-day programing options are available to corporate, adult professional, school, youth, and community groups.

 

Team development programs are operated by Chattanooga-based The Adventure Guild, LLC. From purely recreational to intensely developmental, with more than 20 years of experience leading team and leadership development programs, faith-based workshops, and adventure programming, The Adventure Guild can craft a team building program that meets the needs of your group.

 

For more information and to price out a team building program, please contact (615) 499-5779.

 

Spectators and chaperones are welcome to accompany groups, and in some cases, must pay and participate to assist youth in moving through the course. Additional adult chaperones are welcome to accompany and observe groups on the aerial adventure park from the ground, free of charge, but must observe all boundaries and safe working areas.

 

Teachers and school personnel accompanying students on school sponsored field trips are free of charge. For non-profit groups, one chaperone or group leader per every 10 minors may accompany the participants on the aerial adventure park free of charge. Additional adults will be charged at the group rate. Adults who are not participating as part of a non-profit group in the role of a chaperone of minors will be charged the group rate.

 

Group leaders, chaperones, and accompanying staff must meet all tour requirements and sign a participant waiver before entering the course.

 

 

GROUP TYPES

 

Athletic Teams

Church Groups

Scout Troops

Community Agencies

Neighborhood Groups

Summer Camps

Family Reunions

Adventure Races

Boot Camps and Fitness Programs

Non-profit charities

Many, many more