Family Fun at Asheville Treetops Adventure Park
Are you looking for adventurous outdoor activities or exciting things to do in downtown Asheville? Well look no further…
Asheville Treetops Adventure Park includes approximately 50 unique climbing, zipping, walking, jumping, swinging, and rappelling challenges anchored to over 30 towering trees and poles tucked into a wooded park setting just 5 minutes from Downtown Asheville. The park contains 4 trails to choose from with various levels of difficulty. Each “Trail” includes 10 to 15 different challenges to complete the circuit.
In Asheville, outdoor activities of all kinds are a major attraction. We are proud to have created an outdoor adventure that is as unique as the city it lives in. Our challenges include zipline kayaking, snowboarding, hula hoop swinging, and many more unique elements that make this a “Truly Asheville Adventure”.
This is made possible by new technology called “smart belays” that are designed to assure Park Guests are attached to safety systems at all times and can not detach from the system until they have completed the aerial trail and are back on the ground. Guests can explore freely knowing the safety system monitors their attachments and is designed to not allow accidental unclipping from the safety points. It is an active adventure that incorporates physical fitness and personal accomplishment.
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