Ziplining for a Bird’s-Eye View of Fall Foliage

Have you ever wondered what a bird’s-eye view of the White Mountains would be like? Well, wonder no more. Try Ziplining and experience this for yourself. There is no better time for this than during the fall as the leaves become ablaze with red, orange and gold color and begin to fall for a better view.

Each zipline has height and weight restrictions so please be sure to follow links provided for these details.

The Soaring Eagle at Cranmore Mountain – 800-SUN-N-SKI
This is the zipline anyone can fly! You’ll feel like you are flying as you travel 700 feet down the mountainside on a suspended cable. Side-by-side seats allow you to share the fun with a friend! Discounted Adventure Park Value Passes available to Stonehurst Manor guests at the front desk include admission to the Soaring Eagle as well as their Mountain Coaster, Giant Swing, summer tubing and so much more. Click for height and weight restriction information.

Attitash Mountain Resort – 603-274-2600
Experience their ZipTour connecting Bear Peak with the base of Attitash, that’s almost a mile and is currently the longest single zipline span in the East! Plan on 1 to 2 hours for this adventure. You can control your speed with top speeds of 65+ mph possible reaching heights of 250” off the ground. You can even make a stop to enjoy the view! Take the 4,969’ Flying Bear Zip from the summit of Bear Peak for nearly a mile and then fly the Attitash Aerial Zip for 2,196’ to the base of Attitash. You can even travel side-by-side with family or friends and share the fun!

Wildcat Mountain (pictured above) – 603-466-3326
Wildcat’s four – person ZipRider descends 2,100 feet over the trails, treetops and Peabody River to a landing platform located a short distance from their Main Base Lodge. Cables are suspended at heights up to 70 feet on a 12 percent grade and reach speeds up to 45 miles per hour! Ride the Snowcat Triple chairlift to the start deck.

Bretton Woods Canopy Tour – 603-278-4947 –
Plan on 3.5 hours to complete the 10-zipline course. This is a guided zipline tour which descends more than 1,000 feet in elevation, crosses high-flying suspension bridges, and finishes with the Williwaw Racing Zip. Your adventure guide will tell you about the flora and fauna natural history of the area with a little White Mountain lore included! Ideal for thrill-seekers and nature-lovers.Tours available daily year-round.

Ziplining is a pure adrenaline rush. It’s safe. It’s fun. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll want to experience every zipline around, many operate all year long, and several are located nearby.

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