Vermont Zip Line Rides
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Ride Tours & Outdoor Adventure Sports
Vermont is great choice for outdoor adventure sports. Whether you are into Rock Climbing, Zip Line Riding, Kayaking, River Rafting, Hiking, or Mountain Biking, or during winter; Ice Climbing and Snowmobiling, Vermont has something for everyone seeking just about any kind of “extreme sport” or adventure sport. Ask us about VT Zipline Rides or Adventure Sports or share comments. To feature your business, contact us.
Vermont Zip Line Rides – Adventure Vacations
PetraCliffs Climbing Center and Mountaineering School, 105 Briggs Street, Burlington, VT 05401 | 866-65-PETRA
Located in Burlington, PetraCliffs is a Vermont's premiere indoor rock climbing facility and climbing school. Our gym features 8,500 square feet of climbing walls and bouldering for all abilities. Our programming, guiding, and instructional course focuses on individuals and groups of all ages.
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Above Reality Inc. Hot Air Balloon Rides, 70 Essex Way, Essex, VT 05452 | 802-899-4007
Enjoy spectacular views of the Green Mountains, Lake Champlain, and the Adirondack mountains during a memorable balloon flight with our friendly and skilled staff. We'll whisk you above the ordinary and take you on a magical voyage above the treetops. All flights conclude with a champagne toast and VT cheese and fudge.
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Scott Farm Orchard, 707 Kipling Road, Dummerston, VT 05301 | 802-254-6868
The Scott Farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been in active cultivation since 1791. This 571 acre farm includes over 120 varieties of ecologically grown heirloom apples on 40 acres. Harvest starts in late August and peaks in October. We have a pick-your-own orchard and numerous seasonal events. Check out website for details.
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Vermont Antique Mall, 5573 Woodstock Road, Quechee, VT 05059 | 802 281-4147
Located in the heart of Quechee Gorge Village, you’ll find our 17,000 square foot barn filled with antiques, vintage and collectable treasures. Come see the area’s largest selection, with hundreds of dealer booths and new stock daily. Nearby eateries and seasonal events make this a “must see” for all ages. Shop where the dealers shop! Open daily 10am – 5pm.
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The Governor's House in Hyde Park, 100 Main Street, Hyde Park, VT 05655 | 866-800-6888
Centerpiece of a quiet village, the completely restored historic mansion offers modern comfort with the gracious elegance of an earlier time. Period furnishings. Bedroom fireplaces. Mountain views. Jane Austen weekends. Afternoon tea. Small private events and weddings. The perfect elopement package.
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Odyssey Events VT, 276 Laber Road, Bridgewater Corner, VT 05035 | 802-342-1513
Hands-on cooking classes offered by Chef Ted at his mountain top idyll. Discuss the many possibilities or choose from pre-scheduled classes. From pastas and pizzas to meats, seafoods, vegetables, and desserts. Learn then eat what you cook. BYOB.
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Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, 57 Pond St., Ludlow, VT 05149 | 802-228-5830
We serve the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, known for trophy trout fishing; Chester, known for Arts & Antiques; Ludlow, home of Okemo Mountain Resort, Mount Holly famous for Cider Days; Plymouth, home to Pres. Calvin Coolidge State historic site and Weston, home to the original Vermont Country Store.
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Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary, 3383 Darling Hill Rd., E. Burke, VT 05832 | 802-626-9924
Visit Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary in Vermont to see our rescued animals and please consider making a donation to help us care for them. If you share our love for animals and would like to get more involved with MVFAS we would love to welcome you as a volunteer. Volunteers join us on the farm or from their homes offering their time and services to the sanctuary.
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One of the fastest growing adventure sports is Zip riding or Zip-Line Riding. This awe-inspiring sport involves riding or “zipping” through the woods on a “zip line” that is secured to your body. The sport can be enjoyed by all ages, involves little equipment, and is truly exhilarating. Participants aged 8 to 80 describe the experience as “soaring, awesome, cool”.
A farily new zip line system is located at Northern Lights Rock and Ice in Essex, Vermont. Northern Lights is part of the adventure center facilities at the Essex Resort and Spa. With a focus on team-building activities, Northern Lights offers several packages for their overnight guests that include cargo nets, dual zip lines and a Burma bridge.
Vermont’s most recent Zip Line Ride is located at Bromley Mountain near Peru, Vermont. They call it the Sun Mountain Flyer, and it debuted in July 2009. Many Zip Rides across the country are referred to as Canopy Rides or Canopy Tours because you cruise at the top of tree level and are rewarded with a tree canopy view. At Bromley the double zip line reaches the height of a five story building and travels at speeds of 50 MPH. Due to it’s half mile run, the Sun Mountain Flyer is New England’s longest zip line ride.
Another Green Mountain Zip Line Adventure Tour may be found in Warren at Sugarbush Mountain. At Sugarbush, you can fly down the mountain on their new 800 foot zipline, located on Lincoln Peak and landing behind the Gate House.
The sport of Zipline Riding or Canopy Riding is new, so you can still be the first of your friends to experience it and there is no better place to do that than right here in Vermont.