This 100-acre underground attraction in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to the world’s only fully underground zip line and aerial ropes courses.
Get an adrenaline rush by taking a walk on a 1,000-foot-long catwalk that runs 876 feet above the New River in Lansing, West Virginia.
Head out on either 10-mile and 20-mile dogsledding journeys in this Upper Peninsula excursion experience in McMillan, Michigan.
Holiday Valley’s most popular summer attraction brings travelers’ love for nature to new heights in Ellicottville, New York.
Located in Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, outdoor experiences at these 900-foot formations include rock climbing, recreational hiking and other outdoor adventures.
Larger-than-life rock formations are plentiful in Lewisburg, West Virginia, at this destination for adventurers and families alike.
Go underground in Howes Cave, New York, for an exploration of nature located 156 feet below the surface of Schoharie County.
This attraction in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, sits on 70 acres and boasts opportunities for dining and shopping, a mountain coaster and a treetop walk.
Red River Gorge Ziplines in Campton, Kentucky, offers a canopy-tour experience that includes five zips for adventurers of all ages.