Are you looking for fun and adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee? Then look no farther than Rafting in the Smokies Family Adventure Island for whitewater rafting, ziplining and challenging ropes courses.
Rafting in the Smokies has been providing great outdoor fun since 1978 and they invite you to “Come out and Play! So let’s begin with a whitewater trip with certified and trained guides who know the river and know how to provide a great water adventure for you and your family. You can choose from an Upper Pigeon River trip that features 12 Class III and 3 Class IV whitewater rapids, or a Family Fun trip on the Lower Pigeon River.
The lower Pigeon River trip has much calmer Class I and II rapids and is perfect for a family or group who just want to float the river. Both trips are about and hour-and-a-half and provide beautiful mountain scenery and plenty of memories.
The Zipline Canopy Tour is package priced so you can enjoy rafting and zipping. There are 6 lines, 2 sky bridges and over 2400 feet of ziplines that offer great views of the Pigeon River and the trees, flowers and birds of the Smokies.
The High Element Ropes Challenge Course offers four levels of difficulty, allowing you to get acclimated with the easier course, then to rise up to greater skills at Levels II, III and IV. The course is high in the trees but safety equipment and instruction is provided to all who accept the Ropes Course Challenge.
You can win 2 combo tickets for rafting, ziplining and the ropes course by entering the Best Read Guide Facebook Contest. Simply go to www.facebook.com/BRGSmokyMountains and “Like” the
Rafting in the Smokies contest picture. Check back on Facebook to find out if you are a winner or a finalist.
Prepare for your Smoky Mountain adventure at www.brgstage.wpengine.com/. There you will find information and coupons for other outdoor activities, live shows, shopping, dining, attractions and lodging. Enjoy your Smoky Mountain adventure on the water, in the air, on a track or in the mall when you visit the cities of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville.