With the leaves turning to beautiful shades of red and orange, now is the perfect time to get outside and take in fall. Instead of taking a hike around your neighborhood or local park, take to the trees for a ziplining adventure. These five zip line courses will add some adventure as you take in those fall foliage views.
Get an amazing view of the Shenandoah Valley up in the air at Bear Mountain Ziplines. The Mama Bear Zipline course includes seven zip lines that race riders to up to 35 mph. The adventure center also features a ropes course and climbing wall. To keep guests safe, enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols and limited tour sizes have been put in place. // 2354 Lee Highway, Luray; $75
Make your way to Salamander Resort & Spa for the ultimate ziplining adventure. Whether you are looking for a fun family outing or a team-building adventure these courses are for you. The Middleburg-based zip line offers a variety of packages and tours, including the treetop zip tour, kid zip line and the private zip tour. // 500 N. Pendleton St., Middleburg; starting at $75 per person
Take to the trees like a monkey at Go Ape. Choose from three different treetop thrills full of zip lines, suspended bridges and obstacles, including the center’s 320 foot-long zip line. Face masks and full finger gloves will be required for all guests. // 7550 Reservation Drive, Springfield; starting at $11.95 per person
Head over to Harpers Ferry for an adventure in the sky. The canopy tour features seven zip lines and a 100-foot Sky Bridge. The adventure center also offers a ropes course, tubing, rafting and kayaking. Guests will need to book and pay for their activity online and will receive temperature checks when arriving at the center. // 37410 Adventure Center Lane, Purcellville; starting at $49 per person
Plan your next family adventure at Massanutten’s Adventure Park. Thrill seekers can get their blood pumping at the park’s Mega Zip course, which allows riders to race down an 800-foot plunge that can reach speeds of up to 30 mph. The park also offers a canopy tour, which takes riders along a 2-hour journey on six zip lines through the forest. // 1822 Resort Drive, Massanutten; $17 per trip
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