Best Ziplines in the Smoky Mountains – My Bear Foot Cabins

Best Ziplines in the Smoky Mountains


With countless zip line options available, it might be hard to decide where to go. Here is a list of some of the best places to zipline in the Smoky Mountains.

CLIMB Works Smoky Mountains

CLIMB Works Smoky Mountains has been the top-rated zipline in Tennessee for many years! CLIMB Works features two world-class zipline tours: the Mountaintop Zipline tour and the top-rated Treetop Zipline tour. On the Mountaintop Zipline Tour, you can take in the 360-degree panoramic views of the Great Smoky Mountains from each platform! You can even zip side-by-side friends and family on their 5 dual ziplines. Their Treetop Zipline Tour is just as fun, consisting of 9 world-class ziplines, unique sky bridges, and more!


At Anakeesta, you can begin your journey when you check in at the Outpost in Firefly Village. The three ziplines on the Dueling Zipline Adventure have breathtaking views of the Smoky Mountains. You can also rappel off one of the platforms for a controlled descent. At the end of this zipline in Gatlinburg TN, you’ll get to ride the chondola back up to Firefly Village.

Smoky Mountain Ziplines

Adventure to new heights at Smoky Mountain Ziplines! The fun begins as you ride their unique off-road-style transportation. You’ll reach heights over the treetops as you zip up to 25 miles per hour! The professionally trained guides are with you along the way so you can just have fun.

 Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park

For some of the longest, highest, and fastest ziplines in the Smokies, check out Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park! The Goliath Zipline travels over 55 miles per hour, 475 feet above the Little Pigeon River! They also have the only zipline in the Smokies that goes over a waterfall on their Waterfall Canopy Tours.

Legacy Mountain Ziplines

Legacy Mountain Ziplines is a zipline in Pigeon Forge with adventure and mountain views. Located just off the Parkway, there are 7 ziplines. You’ll soar 500 feet above the ground with speeds up to 50 miles per hour!

Wears Valley Zipline Adventure

Wears Valley Zipline Adventure is away from the hustle and bustle of the parkway, providing you with an experience where you can just focus on the ride. One of the ziplines is 2,000 feet long and 250 feet in the air. When you ride all the ziplines that?s over 1.5 miles long, you?ll get great views of the Smoky Mountains. Children ages 5 and up are allowed to zipline, but 5 to 7 year olds must ride tandem with a guide. You?ll have a blast ziplining in the Smoky Mountains at Wears Valley Zipline Adventure!

Wahoo Ziplines

Opened in 2008, Wahoo Ziplines was the first in the Smokies. Wahoo has approximately 2 miles of cables threaded through beech and oak forests at various elevations; Be prepared to experience flight at it’s most exciting!

From above, under or through, these cables attain heights 40 to 250 feet from the ground. Guides divulge fun and wild shenanigans for you to perform on each line as you fly through the Tennessee sky!

Jayell Ranch

The longest ziplines in the Smokies!

Jayell Ranch canopy / zipline course is available in these parts by far. Our full course includes the most thrilling experience ever. The ranch has 2 miles of zipline / canopy tour, high flying adventure, and 6 lines! They are all built unique and with different breath-taking scenery. Each line has a different surprise waiting for you around the corner. Other ziplines just can’t compare!


Start planning your next trip to the Smokies today and browse My Bearfoot Cabins for a place to stay near these Smoky Mountain ziplines. We look forward to seeing you at Bearfoot Adventure or Bearfoot Paradise!
Pat and Don Kirchhoefer, owners