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One of the longest and highest zipline canopy tours in the northeast.
The first and one of the largest Zipline attractions in the northeast.
Over three miles of ziplines, bridges and platforms, along with off-road "safari" tours and professionally guided snowmobiling. Three separate zipline courses to choose from. Cruise up to 200 feet above the forest floor at speeds up to 50 mph on the "Skyrider" course, zip through the forest canopy on the original Treetop Canopy Tour (the first in New England), or try the new SUPER SkyRider tour. Three hundred private acres and spectacular views surrounded by the beautiful White Mountain National Forest and tours run year round! Great team-building, recreational activity to add onto your meeting or event. New "Thrillsville" Aerial Fun Park for all ages featuring Giant Swings, Treehouse, Bridges and the 1st in the country "Power Fan" Freefall device along with other elements. It is a truly unforgettable experience!
Thrillsville Aerial Adventure Park:
- Self-guided challenge course
- Bridges, cargo nets, climbing tower, treehouse & much more.
- 2 ziplines
- Powerfan© Free-fall drop
- BigAirBag© Stuntzone & Collosus ramp
Tube down the New Colossus Stunt Ramp & soar through the air like Shaun White into a giant air bag on the newest addition to the Alpine Adventures family. It's a quick, fun way to get that adrenaline boost & prepare for the challenges of Thrillsville, or just take a few runs to get your heart racing for the day - better than a cup of coffee or energy drink! The BigAirBag© Stuntzone can be purchased separate from Thrillsville Aerial Park.
Also, take part in our Safari off-road tours or visit us in the winter for our highly recommended snowmobile tours. Adventure is calling!
Buckle Up and Hold On, as the license plates dictate, because you're in for an off-road thrill like no other in New England. Scale to the top of Barron Mountain for awesome views in this low-speed roller coaster ride.
With every season you encounter a different tour: Summer is great weather and an open air convertible top. Fall is spectacular foliage seen from above with occasional moose, deer & turkeys along the trail. Winter displays the extreme off-road capabilities of these 6-wheel drive Swiss army transport vehicles called Pinzgauers. Spring is mud season (do we have to say more).
Our Pinzgauers have modified seating to accommodate 11 guests (one is shotgun) in blue bucket seats with lapbelts. We padded the overhead cages and added a kickin' stereo system with mikes for the guides to entertain you on your journey.
Website:Alpine Adventures Website
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