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Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge Parkway: Our most recommended tours and activities

Bryson City: Mountaintop Zip Line Experience

1. Bryson City: Mountaintop Zip Line Experience

Enjoy the pinnacle of aerial adventures in Western North Carolina! Soar high above the Nantahala River Gorge with this unique mountaintop-to-mountaintop zip line course under the guidance of NOC’s elite aerial guides. Enjoy stunning panoramic views of NOC’s 500-acre adventure campus as you work up to the peak of the adventure – the heart-pounding 1/2 Mile Mega Zip. Spend just under a full minute flying through the air with unbeatable 360-degree views of the Blue Ridge Parkway! This premium zip line experience will leave you breathless and invigorated.

Pisgah Forest: Forest Bathing & Nature Therapy Walking Tour

2. Pisgah Forest: Forest Bathing & Nature Therapy Walking Tour

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life on this forest bathing and nature therapy walking tour in Pisgah Forest. Let your guide lead you on an inner journey to help you slow down and increase your mindfulness. Enjoy taking part in a tea ceremony.  Be greeted by your guide at the Pink Beds Trail Loop. Start on your gentle, guided walk in nature. Listen as you guide shares mindfulness practices and invitations that are designed to connect you more deeply to the world around you and to your inner landscapes Learn about the practice of the Japanese art of immersing oneself in a forest environment that was developed by Shinrin-Yoku. Spend time in nature in a way that invites healing for yourself, the ecosystem, and the community as a whole. Finish your tour at your original starting point.

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What people are saying about Blue Ridge Parkway

Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

It was a good audio tour. It took some time to get the app and the tour downloaded while we are waiting to get started. It works pretty nifty along with Google Maps to sense where you are at and start the audio at the appropriate times.

We loved this way of seeing the BRP. We will use this way on future trips to other parks.