Ruby Falls ZIPStream Aerial Adventure

ZIPStream’s courses for children, youth and adults allow participants to move through a series of fun, exciting and increasingly challenging tree-to-tree activities. The Orange, Green, and Blue Diamond Ropes Courses are made up of suspended obstacles built in trees overlooking Chattanooga that include ladders, nets, walkways, bridges, tunnels, and zip lines! Recent additions feature the 700-foot round-trip Tower ZIP Ride and a 40-foot Climbing Tower with five routes of varying difficulty! www.rubyfallsZIP.com

Location

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Latitude: 35.019168 Longitude: -85.339651 Elevation: 1112 ft
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Route Difficulty

Moderately Streneous - Best for Adults and Older Children

Eco-Friendly Notes

ZIPstream courses utilize installation techniques that are designed to minimize impact on the trees that host the courses. Bolting or other intrusion into the living tissue of the tree is kept to an absolute minimum so as to protect the health of the trees in both the long and short terms.

Course trees are also inspected prior to installation and annually thereafter by a certified arborist to ensure ongoing tree health. 

How to Get There

FROM DOWNTOWN CHATTANOOGA

  • Travel South on Broad Street US-11 S away from Downtown Chattanooga
  • Proceed to the railroad underpass. Broad Street becomes Cummings Hwy (Highway 41)
  • Continue on Cummings Hwy (Hwy 41) about 0.5 mile
  • Take the ramp on the left side of the highway labeled Ruby Falls (Scenic Hwy)
  • Ruby Falls is ahead on the Right

FROM GEORGIA I-75 NORTH

  • Take I-75 North to Chattanooga.
  • Near Chattanooga take the I-24 West split (Exit 2 on left)
  • Continue on I-24 West toward Downtown Chattanooga (6.4 miles)
  • Take exit #178-US 27 North toward “Downtown/Lookout Mountain/Market Street”
  • Stay right and take the second exit on the right "Lookout Mountain – South Market Street"
  • Immediately stay left on the Lookout Mountain Ramp off the exit
  • Proceed straight through the next two stop streets to the traffic light at Broad Street
  • Turn Left (south) on Broad Street US-11 S
  • Proceed to the railroad underpass. Broad Street becomes Cummings Hwy (Highway 41)
  • Continue on Cummings Hwy (Hwy 41) about 0.5 mile
  • Take the ramp on the left side of the highway labeled Ruby Falls (Scenic Hwy)
  • Ruby Falls is ahead on the Right

FROM KNOXVILLE I-75 SOUTH

  • Take I-75 South to Chattanooga.
  • Near Chattanooga take the I-24 West split (Exit 2)
  • Continue on I-24 West toward Downtown Chattanooga (6.4 miles).
  • Take exit #178-US 27 North toward “Downtown/Lookout Mountain/Market Street”
  • Stay right and take the second exit on the right "Lookout Mountain – South Market Street"
  • Immediately stay left on the Lookout Mountain Ramp off the exit
  • Proceed straight through the next two stop streets to the traffic light at Broad Street
  • Turn Left (south) on Broad Street US-11 S
  • Proceed to the railroad underpass. Broad Street becomes Cummings Hwy (Highway 41)
  • Continue on Cummings Hwy (Hwy 41) about 0.5 mile
  • Take the ramp on the left side of the highway labeled Ruby Falls (Scenic Hwy)
  • Ruby Falls is ahead on the Right

FROM ALABAMA I-59 NORTH

  • Take I-59 North.
  • I-59 will end at I-24
  • Merge with I-24 East
  • Continue on I-24 East to Chattanooga
  • Take Exit #174 “Lookout Valley US 11 Lookout Mountain”
  • Turn right on Cummings Hwy (Hwy 41) Continue 2.5 miles
  • Take Right onto Alford Hill Drive
  • At the stop sign take a left onto Old Wauhachie Pike
  • Continue to the next stop sign and take a right onto Scenic Highway
  • Ruby Falls is ahead on the Right

FROM NASHVILLE I-24 EAST

  • Take I-24 East to Chattanooga
  • Take Exit #174 “Lookout Valley US 11 Lookout Mountain”
  • Turn right on Cummings Hwy (Hwy 41) Continue 2.5 miles
  • Take Right onto Alford Hill Drive
  • At the stop sign take a left onto Old Wauhachie Pike
  • Continue to the next stop sign and take a right onto Scenic Hwy
  • Ruby Falls is ahead on the Right

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