Green and SereneA gallery of the quiet and uncongested hiking trails at Foxfire Mountain
Take A Short Trip To A Breathtaking Spot Away From the Crowds
Drive 45 minutes from Gatlinburg to 3757 Thomas Ln, Sevierville and you will find yourself in the bosom of Foxfire Mountain. Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park is a 150 acre landmark packed with exciting activities including zip lining, wall climbing, agility courses and even an ATV tour. All that action is exhilarating but if you want a more leisurely pace then you can partake of another popular attraction – hiking trails on the lush forest of Foxfire mountains. Away from the hustle and bustle of tourists, bumper to bumper traffic and pollution (noise, air or otherwise) a stroll around the parks trails will get you refreshed and realigned with nature.
Walk the hiking trail up to the Lost Mine Falls or along the creek and you will find yourself surrounded by trees, the sound peaceful nature, running water from the creek
The Goliath Zip Line
Five of the fastest and longest lines in the country with speeds of up to 60 mph, over a third of a mile long and at over 500 ft high. Zip higher than the statue of Lady Liberty herself. Requirements, weight: 100-250 lbs, age: 10+
The Waterfall & Canopy Zip Line
Seven lines and two skybridges. Zip through the canopy, over lost mine falls, a creek, and mountains. Start with 2 introductory lines, the big tower and then onto the mountain top towers. Requirements, weight: 65-250 lbs, age: 7+
The Swinging Bridge Discovery Package
Cross America’s Bridge to Prosperity, over Foxfire Gorge, which leads to beautiful hiking trails and scenery on Prosperity Mountain!
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Package Zip Deal
The ultimate zip. A total experience for the thrill seeker. Do both the Waterfall Zip and the Goliath Zip Tours in one day. That’s twelve lines total. Tour may take up to 4 hours.
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