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What You'll Get
- $59 for a zipline tour for two ($139 value)
Adventure-seekers glide, climb, and play freely on a network of ziplines, ropes, and bridges network strung between treehouse stations. Each treehouse provides a break in the action and offers educational tidbits on a specific nature topic. Reaching as high as 50 feet above the ground, these perches also grant panoramic views of the surrounding forest. Staff members outfit guests with a body harness and helmets for safety.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 10, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Reservation required; subject to availability. Must be at least 4 years old. 250 pound weight limit, guests under 70 pounds will likely zip tandem. Must sign waiver. Tours that are canceled due to lightning, severe winds, or any other unsafe conditions will result in opportunity to reschedule your tour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Beanstalk Journey
The treetops are traditionally the playground of winged beasts and tiny, furry climbers. So it's not unnatural to do a double take upon seeing humans flying from tree to tree—at heights of up to 50 feet—with all the grace of a forest native. Today, 15 treehouses peek through the leaves of the sprawling wooded area, serving as resting points to gather and take in the view from a bird’s eye. The Beanstalk Journey at Catawba Meadows came to fruition to fulfill its builders’ goal of providing fun and physical activities for families to enjoy. Now the park is open March through December, supplying adrenaline-pumping recreation to all who seek it.
Like veins coursing through the forest, swinging rope bridges and rope tunnels run through the foliage alongside ziplines of varying difficulty levels, enabling visitors to soar from tree to tree and finally assuage any regrets about not being born with hollow bird bones. For an extra challenge, the 32-foot beanstalk climbing tower and a massive multidirectional climbing web put upper- and lower-body strength to the test. In addition to the standard attractions, outings can also be catered to visitors with special needs.
Combining the park's adventure opportunities with a prime location in the foothills of Western North Carolina it’s easy to make a day of exploring and challenging all aspects of the body. Visitors are invited to come for a high-flying adventure - stay for the 18-hole disc golf course, family playgrounds with perfect picnic opportunity, sand volleyball and the Catawba River Greenway.