The Big Zipper's three ziplines stretch over ravines, valleys, and treetops, and together measure more than 2,300 feet. On tours, visitors glide along the zipline cables while strapped into secure full-body harnesses, enjoying a bird's-eye view of the rugged scenery below.
When NASCAR drivers really want to have some fun?and often get back to their racing roots?they?get dirty. The adrenaline junkies power up racing machines and race around dirt tracks at speeds of more than 100 mph, sliding around the dirt corners and getting dirtier than a politician in a food fight.
Kenny Wallace Dirt Racing Experience lets speed-fiends?hop in the same type of Dirt Late Model or Sprint Cars the professionals drive and take off around dirt tracks across the country. They can ride in the passenger seat while an experienced driver careens around corners or take over the wheel after a 45-minute class. No racing experience is required, and family and friends are welcome to watch the race experiences.
Courses take place at Beckley Gun Club's outdoor range.
A selection of rental pistols is available for students who don't bring their own.
WV Defensive Firearms Training's chief instructor, Jonathan Clemins, works as an active-duty law-enforcement officer in West Virginia. He holds NRA certification and a range-safety-officer license, not to mention his teaching experience as a professor of forensic science and criminal justice. This impressive resume guides Mr. Clemins as he leads intensive, six- to eight-hour courses in the proper use of handguns and tactical rifles.