Most sports grow out of a simple formula—ball plus stick, ball plus kick, or car plus explosion. Experience the life of a necessary implement with today’s Groupon to Zorb Smoky Mountains. Choose between the following options:
- For $22, you get a globe ride for one (up to a $44.90 value with tax).
- For $42, you get any two globe rides for one person (up to an $89.80 value with tax).
With origins rooted in the hills of New Zealand, globe riding lets patrons combine abdominal exercise and fun by rolling downhill while harnessed inside a large, inflatable globe. Adrenaline seekers choose between a [Zydro ride](http://www.zorb.com/zorb/zydro-ride/) in a globe containing water with up to two friends or a cherished goldfish or a solo [Zorbit ride](http://www.zorb.com/zorb/zorbit-ride/) in a dry globe. Zorbit adventurers only roll downhill on a straight track, and Zydro patrons choose between straight, zigzag, and zipper tracks in warm or cool water, depending on the weather. Zydro riders will get wet during their ride, so Zorb staffers recommend wearing swimsuits and avoiding any gear susceptible to water damage, such as watches or salt pants. For additional information, [click here](http://www.zorb.com/zorb/smoky-key-information/). _Riders must be 8 years or older for both rides and must by 5 feet 2 inches or taller for the dry Zorbit ride. See [here](http://www.zorb.com/zorb/smoky-rides/) for ride restrictions._
Zorb Smoky Mountains
Zorb Smoky Mountains holds the distinction of being the only Zorb site in the country. Born in New Zealand, Zorb globe riding is a sport that involves an inflatable globe and downhill trips, which may cause riders to roll so fast they think they are tearing a hole in the time-space continuum. The hills themselves are specially designed for globe riding and feature both straight and zigzagged trails.
203 Sugar Hollow Rd.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 37863