CLIMBWorks Opens Killer New Flow Trails In Gatlinburg, TN
Things to do in Gatlinburg, TN: hike the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, go to a Ripley’s museum, play Hillbilly Golf, get married, check out Dollywood in nearby Pigeon Forge (for your honeymoon, perhaps?), visit the Hollywood Star Cars Museum, go on a zipline tour, and plenty of mountain biking. This new set of flow trails from CLIMBWorks -a zipline tour operator- looks like fun for the whole family. The course is free from now until May 18th if you bring your own bike. Bike rentals are available for $45. After May 18th the course will be $25 for a 3-4 hour session, reservation only to keep the trails from getting too crowded – a good thing if you’re bringing the little ones along. From CLIMBWorks:
Sparked by IMBA dirt wizard Tony Boone and combined with our expertise in zip line and ropes course construction, CLIMB Works has developed an emerging trail construction crew. We’ve completed our first two-mile green flow trail, practice loop and pump track, with an extensive, purpose built trail system in sight. The trail is packed with rollers, logs, bridges, and berms, and features our flagship feature we affectionately call “The Curliest.” All are rideable for beginners, and rippable for experts.