You may have heard: winter is, in fact, coming.
If you’re not looking forward to that antsy feeling of being cooped up indoors with no way to get your adrenaline pumping, you know you’re not alone. There is still time to get in an adrenaline filled whitewater rafting trip or zip adventure before waiting until next year.
For Adventure Lovers
You can raft the New River Gorge in any season, but there is nothing quite like rafting through the canyon when the normally lush green foliage transforms to an array of bright reds, oranges, and golds. While the whitewater is as exciting as ever, you also have time to drift through calm pools and enjoy your surroundings. This is the last time you will be able to raft the Lower New River as mother nature intended in 2020.
For Nature Lovers
If you have a group of like-minded individuals who are looking for an adrenaline rush along with the opportunity to be immersed in nature, TreeTops Zipline Canopy Tour is for you. TreeTops is set in a scenic hemlock preserve and is part adrenaline rush part nature walk, with a grand finali 30-foot rappel. The course begins with a couple of ground-level training zips to get you introduced to the sport before letting you soar from one tree-top platform to the next. Along the way, take in the scenery from bridges and a short hike while your guide shares details about the surrounding flora and fauna.
Replay the Adventure
Chances are, if you are reading this, you might love both nature AND adrenaline. Or maybe you’d like to enjoy nature, push mental and physical limits, and get a top-of-the-line adrenaline rush. If that’s the case, you don’t have to make the difficult decision between which zipline course is right for you. Plan a weekend that includes all three aerial adventures, or plan a return trip to experience whatever course you missed the first time around.
Speaking of a return trip: We want to make it easy for you to relive the adventure next year, so we are offering the chance to book any next-season trip for this season’s prices. Secure your trip, secure this year’s prices, and let the promise of getting back out on the ziplines, trails, rivers, or rocks get you through the long winter.