Pipestem Peaks

 

Rate

$99/Guest
Pricing may be subject to change. Taxes not included. For complete details, contact Pipestem Resort State Park.

 

Weight

90 – 250 LBS
Certain restrictions may apply. For complete details, contact Pipestem Resort State Park.

 

Time

Every Hour
Certain restrictions may apply. For complete details, contact Pipestem Resort State Park.

 

Guests

No Minimum
Certain restrictions may apply. For complete details, contact Pipestem Resort State Park.

 

Check-in

Canyon Rim Center
For complete details, contact Pipestem Resort State Park.


TOUR THE TREETOPS!

Tour the treetops of West Virginia with a bird’s eye view of the Bluestone Gorge. In 2018 Bonsai Design, the country’s premier builder of ziplines, built a world class canopy tour at Pipestem Resort State Park. The course includes nine zips, a cable bridge and a belay.

For nature-lovers, our zipline tours satisfy the desire to be outdoors in the trees, communing with nature. For adrenaline junkies, the course crosses the Bluestone Gorge three times at heights of more than 300 ft. Four of the zips range from 1,000 to 1,700 ft. in length. Guests will zip from tree to tree at speeds up to 50 mph.

The final zip ends at Mountain Creek Lodge where guests are transported to the top of the mountain on Pipestem’s 3,410 ft. aerial tram.

Book your reservation by calling 1-833-WV-PARKS
Or online at wvstateparks.com


SAFETY FIRST!

Safety is our primary concern. Two guides (lead and sweep) accompany a group of eight guests. You are always clipped-in and safety systems are redundant. Our guides and equipment follow the American Challenge Course Technology standards, the highest in the industry. Our professional guides are knowledgeable about the local flora, fauna and history of the Pipestem Resort State Park and the surrounding area. They’re also known to lighten the mood with a few jokes and stories.

Guests must demonstrate basic skills (like lifting arms above your head) and the ability to follow commands and be able to hike downhill 1,500 ft. Closed-toe shoes (no flip flops) are required.

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