It goes by many names. Blue Ridge. Quirank. Whatever you call it, zip-lining means adventure! And there’s no better way to experience it than to zipline in the Blue Ridge Mountains with Raft One. Take the scenic route high above the ground for a breathtaking view of the forest and mountains.
All you need to bring for a sensational journey across the canopies is yourself and your thirst for adventure. Oh, and bring some friends and family. And sunscreen. And closed-toe shoes. A rain jacket would be good, too. So would bug spray. And hair ties. Raft One covers pretty much everything else you need for ziplining in the Blue Ridge Mountains. They’ll provide zip-lining equipment including helmets, gloves, harnesses and trolley.
Whisk Away Your Friends to a Blue Ridge Mountain Adventure
Don’t worry – you won’t be alone in the mountains. Raft One provides experienced guides to lead you and your group on a exciting dash through the tree tops. The Raft One team is well-trained and has hundreds of hours worth of hands-on zip-lining experience. They’ll show first-timers the ropes and help veteran zip-liners see the forest in a whole new way.
Zip-lining is also a fantastic team building activity for your staff, school or youth group. Raft One’s expert guides will show the way to unity with a thrilling expedition above the trees. Moving from platform to platform, across suspension bridges, and traversing chasms is great for strengthening trust and generating encouragement among team members. It will be a retreat to remember.
Ziplining Gives You The Ultimate Birdseye View
You’ll be amazed at the fabulous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains from way up high in the sky. You can catch a glimpse of the hundreds of species of trees, flowers, birds and other animals that call the area home. You’ll have a blast going over the river and through the woods to destination exhilaration!
There are a few requirements besides the mandatory closed-toe shoes. Zip-lining is for people of any age weighting fifty to 250 pounds. That’s to make sure you can go the distance factoring in momentum and outdoor conditions. You and members of your group will have to sign a waiver and anyone under 18 years old must have their parents sign the waiver.
If you want to double-down on excitement, talk to Raft One about its zip-lining and river rafting combo. It’s a thrifty way to take a zip and a dip!