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On the same strip that Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures inhabits today, the beloved Pavilion amusement park entertained beach-going families for 58 years. A sextet of 600-foot zip lines renews this sense of excitement as riders fly downward at up to 40 miles per hour, much like an energy-drink-fueled seagull that spots an unattended sandwich. To seal the ride’s thrill for patrons young and old, flights end with a free fall from a 60-foot tower.
More than 8,000 square feet of space comprise RedPoint, a climbing gym set in a renovated warehouse. Nearly every inch has been set aside for towering climbing walls and exercise equipment to help climbers shore up their skills.
Within these confines, a team of instructors is on hand to teach the skills needed to conquer the facility’s tricky bouldering routes. They can also teach the fundamentals of belaying, which will help you to scale any of the more than 30 onsite climbing stations for top roping, lead climbing, or washing windows on the state capitol building. Back at ground level, you can tone your physique on pull-up bars, rowing machines, and Olympic weights as well as in CrossFit classes, which work on building core strength and overall fitness. The facility also hosts various kid-focused activities such as lock-ins, birthday parties, and corporate retreats for mountain goats.
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.
At facilities in Fayetteville, Triangle Rock Club members are always reaching new heights. The grand gym walls are peppered with a rainbow of textured holds and soar up to meet sky-high ceilings that each climber has their eye on. The vertical paths invite safely tethered climbers to break personal altitude records as they scale the multihued formations at each location. The gym offers 8,000 square feet of climbing walls, 50+ top rope stations, and kids programs and camps.
You might have been ziplining before?but chances are it wasn't on a skateboard. Luckily, Go Ape is ready to remedy that oversight, offering ziplines ridden via specially wired boards at some of its parks. It's part of Go Ape's ongoing effort to make its courses unique from any others in the country. For starters, you don't just zipline?you conquer a course that includes rope ladders, swings, bridges, and other crossings. As you navigate the courses, you're heading higher into the treetops, seeing parks from vantage points that would otherwise be inaccessible. Thousands of feet of zipline bring you back down to Earth more effectively than trying to build an elevator in a nearby tree.
Safety is just as important as adventure. Each excursion begins with a 30-minute safety briefing, and instructors constantly patrol the grounds. Guests can move at their own pace, making a trip to Go Ape an ideal team-building adventure for corporate and school groups. And every zipline trip helps the environment as well?Go Ape gives a portion of their proceeds to the public parks they call home.