soar above the smokies

7-Line Zipline Adventure

From the top of Legacy Mountain exists views of the Smoky Mountains for miles. We wanted to create an experience that let our guests take in these spectacular views in a spectacular way. You’ll soar, speed, laugh, and maybe even scream on your way through this top-rated tour.



Ages 4+ welcome. Riders under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult on tour.


Must weight between 40-270 lbs to zip.


Wear snug fitting shoes with a fully-enclosed toe and heel, like an athletic shoe, boot, or hiking shoe.

Rope Bridge

Always one of the favorite parts of our tour for our guests, you’ll navigate across three rope bridges, letting you take in the views at a little slower pace.


At Legacy Mountain Ziplines, safety is our top priority. We do detailed inspections routinely on our lines and our equipment is checked daily by our professionally-trained experts. Our employees are carefully chosen and trained at the highest level, understanding every aspect of proper zipline safety. You are attached to two separate lines, making this one of the safest adventures around.

photo packages

Don’t miss a thing trying to get the perfect shots of your ziplining experience by adding on our photo package. For one low price we’ll provide pictures of your entire group on a flash drive. Our guides know all of the best spots for pictures and will make sure you have photos to remember how much fun you had!

Available for $29.99 at checkout.


If you don’t see your question below, give us a call at 888-869-0289.

Our tour is designed for use by anyone who is over the age of 4 and 40 lbs. You must be 16 years-old or older to zip alone. Riders under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult on tour. The zipline is able to carry passengers up to 270 pounds.

Many people have a fear of heights, but they’re still able to enjoy going on a zipline adventure! You have to remember that you will be clipped (doubly) to a steel cable that is over a half inch thick. Our guides are trained to be with you throughout your entire tour and to provide any amount of support that you need. You will have 2 guides with you on each line, also, when you are not riding the zipline and on the towers you are attached by a safety line at all times.

Any adventure attraction, including things like rock climbing and white water rafting, carry risks with them. Our course was designed to be as safe as possible. We use only the highest quality of equipment available, and everything is checked daily by our experts, who are also professionally trained. We do everything that we can to make sure that you will be as safe as possible during your adventure.

When you’re planning on going on a zipline adventure, the first thing that you need to do is to make sure that you are wearing comfortable clothing. Skirts are not permitted unless you are wearing shorts or pants under it, and you should not wear any type of jewelry that dangles. Close-toed shoes are required and anything that’s loose, like scarves, should be removed. If you have long hair, it should be tied back, and you should take everything out of your pockets, including cell phones, so that they do not end up hopelessly lost in the Smokies.

We will not run tours in the event of high winds or lightning. We attempt to contact everyone who is booked for a ziplining adventure in the event of a storm. If your adventure is canceled due to inclement weather, you can opt to reschedule and rain checks will be issued in lieu of a refund. Please know that the temperature can drop when you’re going on a zipline during the winter months, so make sure that you dress appropriately. Thick socks, a warm jacket that can zip up, a warm winter hat, thermal underwear, and even a face mask can be helpful if you’re going to be on a ziplining adventure in the winter months.

It is common industry practice to give a tip to your zipline guide. If they have provided you with the experience that you were hoping for, it is normal for a guide to receive a 10-15% tip per person.

We can accommodate up to twelve people per tour. If your group consists of less than 12 people, you will likely be paired up with another small group.

Yes, you have to sign a waiver. You can sign the waiver here.