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Waterfall Canopy Zip Line Tour Plus Park Activity Pass at Foxfire Mountain Park
"This course has seven different lines and two sky bridges with several platforms each with their own unique characteristics. The tour lasts approximately 2-hours and will glide you right over their very own Lost Mine Falls. This tour starts with a short tutorial in their barn and beginner 60’ zip line to get your feet wet. Th"""Get set to experience the majesty and beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains with their classic zip line adventure the Waterfall Canopy Zip Line tour."title=Highlights&1=Ticket+to+the+Waterfall+Canopy+Zip+Line+Tour+at+Foxfire+Mountain+Adventure+Park&2=Enjoy+the+Great+Smoky+Mountains+in+a+memorable+and+active+way&3=Fly+over+a+60-foot+%2818-meter%29+waterfall&4=Use+the+included+Discover+Foxfire+activity+pFlexible
From $90.00
 
The Goliath Zipline Plus Activity Pass at Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park
"The 2 hour tour encompasses five extreme zip lines that will leave you breathless and nothing short of awe-struck. This tour starts with a short tutorial in the barn and a beginner 500 foot zip line to get your feet wet. Once you are ready to take on the nestled in the Smoky Mountains. All the while you will be escorted by your professional guides whos number one priority is your safety. The Goliath zip-line is equipped with state of the art braking systems so you will not need to worry about your speed or manual braking on the zip line. On your way down through the mountains you will have the most excellent panoramic views across the Smoky Mountains Foxfire Valley and Dunn's Creek. Also Discover Foxfire is included when you book this adventure."""For the brave and daring the Goliath Zip Line is your adventure! This zip line course is the highest (475 unexaggerated feet high) in the Smoky Mountains and the longest course at that height.
From $95.00
 
Bear Crawler Adventure Plus Activity Pass at Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park
"You start our at the office and your guide will drive you up the mountain to begin the trail. You will venture to the back of the Iron Mine and they will give you a chance to climb to the top. Then your guide will take you around to the front of the waterfall and let you cross the bridges and play in the mist. We will also take you by our historic graveyard the final resting place of the original owners of Foxfire Mountain. The entire drive lasts about an hour but there are stops along the way so you may be out a little longer. Also Discover Foxfire is included when you book this adventure."""Take a ride on the one and only Bear Crawler Adventure of the Smoky Mountains. Experience nature from an extreme 8-wheeled drive ATV on rugged off-road trails dodging trees and riding through water to make it to the top of the mountain. This awesome adventitle=Highlights&1=Ticket+to+the+Bear+Crawler+Adventure+at+Foxfire+Mountain+Adventure+Park&2=Cruise+down+off-road+trails+aboard+an+8-wheel+extreme+ATV&3=Splash+through+water+on+your+way+to+the+top+of+the+mountain&4=Use+the+included+Discover+Foxfire+activi
From $77.00

More Things to Do in Pine Mountain State Resort Park

Cedar Creek Hollow Trail

The last trail we took - it's at the south end of the park area, near the Bible school. The parking lot is on the east side - and if you take the trail east, it's a nice, flat quiet half mile along a...
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Jul 30, 2013

Lost Trail

The trailhead for the Lost trail is close to the Lodge. At the start, it was a fine walk, until we passed a couple of large rock overhangs. While not 100% sure, we think there were bears sleeping in...
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Jul 30, 2013

Hemlock Garden Trail

This half mile loop trail starts at a stairway just behind the north end of the lodge. It is one of the easier paths to follow - in that its a little flatter, but it is also in my opinion one of the...
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Jul 30, 2013

Longhunter Trail

This is the shortest trail in the park, but there is some significant elevation changes. Parking is available in the Upper Shelter Picnic area, the trailhead is across the street. You descend down a...
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Jul 30, 2013

Living Stairway Memorial Trail

From the Trailhead near the lodge, this trail is a half mile loop trail that cuts through the forest. Like most of the other trails in the park, the trail itself is narrow, and has plenty of modest...
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Jul 30, 2013

Chained Rock and Lookout Point

In the far northeastern section of the park, there is a small parking lot that marks the trailhead for Chained Rock, probably the most famous destination in the park. From the parking lot, you need to...
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Jul 30, 2013
 
 
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Laurel Cove Amphitheater

If you enter the park from the north entrance on 25 (the Laurel Cove entrance), you end up coming up to the Lodge from the back. Along the way, there are a number of other sites and trails that are of...
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Jul 29, 2013

Honeymoon Falls Trail

The first trail we decided to tackle was Honeymoon falls. As we left the lodge past the little amphitheater, we saw a sign pointing the way. We slogged up the hill for 10 minutes, cursing the narrow...
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Jul 29, 2013

Miniature golf

On the grounds of the park, they have a very small 9-hole mini golf course. To play, it costs $3 and you rent a club and ball from the front desk at the lodge. This is not going to be an adventure...
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Jul 28, 2013

Chained Rock

A very popular and worthwhile hike on Pine Mountain is to Chained Rock. This is an actual chain which many years ago, as a publicity stunt, was attached to a gigantic boulder to keep it from falling...
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Mar 01, 2004

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"Pine Mountain State Resort Park"
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"The KY State Resort System"
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