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Red Mountain Park
2011 Frankfurt Drive, Birmingham, Alabama 35211
Red Mountain Park
Features FOUR dynamic treetop adventures: Red Ore Zip Tour, Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest, Kaul Adventure Tower, & the Mega Zip! The Red Ore Zip Tour is an exciting Aerial Adventure through Birmingham's historic mining past. Guests will spend up to 90 minutes of fun in the tree canopy soaring across 7 zip lines, traversing a sky bridge and flying through the air on a rope swing! The Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest A treetop challenge course with 20 unique aerial obstacles! Guests will enjoy traversing bridges, climbing walls, swinging on ropes. Obstacles range in degrees of difficulty. The 80-feet tall Kaul Adventure Tower consists of eight “lanes” that contain rappelling, traditional rock climbing with hand-holds, and leaf climbing to the top of a giant beanstalk—this one-hour adventure can be concluded with an exhilarating zip line experience (1,300 feet long!) once you reach the very top if you choose to also book a Mega Zip! The Mega Zip at the Kaul Adventure Tower is The Mega Zip is a 1,300-feet long extreme zip thrill that allows guests to fly through the sky head first like Superman; or traditionally with feet leaving the platform first. You’ll start from 80 feet in the air with speeds reaching as fast as 30 mph! Enjoy this adventure on your own or race side by side with another brave adventurer--the Mega Zip has side-by-side zip lanes.

Gulf Shores

The Adventure Center at Gulf State Park - Hummingbird Ziplines
21101 State Hwy 135, Gulf Shores, Alabama 36542
(251) 948-9494
The Adventure Center at Gulf State Park - Hummingbird Ziplines
6 zip lines. 4 will traverse over Lake Shelby and there is a long dual cable to race with friends to the finish line! The final landing is on the Aircraft Carrier, a deck on the water in Lake Shelby.


Butter and Egg Adventures
2127 Butter & Egg Road, Troy, Alabama
(334) 670-9954
Butter and Egg Adventures
Nearly a half-mile of zip lines crisscross various areas of the camp. Some zip lines start from elevated, free-standing platforms while others are incorporated in tree-to-tree challenge courses. Participants are harnessed and attached securely onto a steel cable by specially designed zip line pulleys. Participants must be at least 5 years old (8 years old for challenge course and double zip lines) and weigh no more than 250 lbs. Zip Lines include: 550', 270', 250', 175', 3 tree to tree zip lines and our 915' Double Zip over the pond. Not to mention walking elements in the trees and our 40' giant swing.