Zip Line & Tree Top Adventure Myrtle Beach

Hang out in the trees where only birds and monkeys dare to explore at the Go Ape Treetop Adventure course at the new North Myrtle Beach Sports and recreation Center. Located off Highway 31, this ropes and zipline course offers 40 different obstacles for the adventurous types. Zoom down the 900-foot zipline over the 25-acre lake, swing on a rope and land on a giant cargo net in the classic Tarzan move, and navigate your way through a series of ropes and obstacles from more than 60 feet in the sky. A 30-minute safety course is required before tackling the two- to three-hour adventure, and experienced guides are on hand to help you have a fun but safe experience.

Go Ape at North Myrtle Beach is South Carolina’s first Zip Line and Treetop Adventure course and is just minutes from the Grand Strand.  Set within beautiful North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex, the course includes 5 zip lines, with 2 taking you across a 25 acre clear blue lake on the Southeast side of the park.  The views are simply stunning as you zip over the water from one side of the lake to the next.

Bordering North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex’s Lake Side Trail, Go Ape is set within the woods behind the Sandhills Bank Amphitheater.  More than just a canopy tour, the course is made up of numerous rope ladders, 40 exciting crossings to include the Spiders Web, Zigzag Bridge, Flying Carpet and Jungle Crossing, 2 Tarzan swings and 5 zip lines.  Overall, there are 5 individual sections within the course, each section taking you higher into the forest canopy and finishing with a zip line!  Zip line #4 is over 600 feet and zip line #5 is Go Ape’s longest zip yet at over 900 feet!  The entire course, spanning 6 acres, consists of over 2,440 feet worth of zip lines, providing some of the longest zip-lining experiences in the state and region!

Zip Line Myrtle Beach SC

Hang out in the trees where only birds and monkeys dare to explore at the Go Ape Treetop Adventure course at the new North Myrtle Beach Sports and recreation Center. Located off Highway 31, this ropes and zipline course offers 40 different obstacles for the adventurous types. Zoom down the 900-foot zipline over the 25-acre lake, swing on a rope and land on a giant cargo net in the classic Tarzan move, and navigate your way through a series of ropes and obstacles from more than 60 feet in the sky. A 30-minute safety course is required before tackling the two- to three-hour adventure, and experienced guides are on hand to help you have a fun but safe experience.

 

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