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What You'll Get
No experience delivers the natural beauty and adrenaline rush of ziplining through a forest, except maybe getting fired from a cannon through a landscape painting. Feel the rush with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- Up to 2.5-hour zip-line tour (a $74 value per guest)
- 1.5-hour team-building exercise with ground activities (a $45 value per guest)<p>
Whether during the day or in the early stages of dusk, ziplining couples meet two guides for an orientation on equipment, technique, and safety.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 15, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only Sunday-Friday. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. 4-day advance reservation required. 48-hour cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must be 10 or older; under 18 must have guardian sign waiver. Must sign waiver. Must weigh between 70-250 lbs. Subject to weather and scheduling availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
When visitors come upon Carver’s Falls, it's easy to be awe-struck by the natural beauty of its forests and the waterfall at its heart. But there's far more than just scenic vistas at the falls—it has been transformed into an aerial playground. Wires cross the sky, connecting tree to tree. Every day, ZipQuest's guides lead birds-eye tours of the pristine landscape on their expansive zipline network or via the Swing Shot that swings riders like a pendulum above Carver's Creek.
Whether the lighting comes from the sun or helmet-mounted lamps, no fewer than two experienced guides lead guests through Carver's Falls' 2.5-hour course. Adventurers fly down eight ziplines—each designed for a long, leisurely glide or an adrenaline-pumping plunge—while pointing out local flora and fauna. Groups pause only to disembark on high platforms anchored to centuries-old trees. Floating spiral staircases and sky bridges, the longest of which stretches 210 feet, interconnect the platforms. A suspension bridge carries explorers over the falls to a zipline that runs parallel to its creek. At the end of the run, guests catch their breath while looking through the pictures their camera-wielding guide took.