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Cooling Off By Air and Water

Posted on January 1, 1970

We’ve had a pretty mild spring and early summer so far, but soon, the temperatures are bound to spike, along with the humidity. When that happens, plan to make Wears Valley Zipline Adventure a part of your cooling-off strategy.

You could start your day with us by ziplining in Pigeon Forge. If you join us for our 8:30 a.m. tour, you can enjoy the cool morning air and also take advantage of our Early Bird special, which will knock $5 per person off our regular price. Then, as you speed through the air on our seven different zipline runs, you’ll feel the wind in your hair as you cover approximately a mile and a quarter’s worth of territory.

From our location, it’s just a short drive to Townsend, Tennessee, where you’ll find a couple of businesses dedicated to inner tubing on the Little River. If you’ve never tubed before, it’s not hard. Just plunk yourself down in the river, get yourself comfortable in one of our professional-grade inner tubes, and let the stream carry you and your troubles away. We guarantee that even in the heat of the day, it’s a great way to keep your cool.

 

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