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Ever thought of riding a four wheeler up one of the many SmokeyMountains Then zip lining down it Over the summer I did just that InGatlinburg TN there is a place called CLIMBworks Canopy ToursThe C stands for challenge The L stands for learn The I stands forinspire The M stands for master Last but not least the B stands forbelieve They built earth friendly zip lines that go down a mountainYou are away from the city so no one can hear loud sounds Onlywildlife My tour consists of nine people then two tour guides Onetour guide stays on the platform with everyone else on the tour helpingthem get attached to the zip line while the other waited for people onthe opposite platform ready for the people zip lining to help them off I went to CLIMBworks on July 28 2011 I went to Tennessee with myaunt uncle and cousin Our tour was among many in the late afternoonSome animals go out in late afternoon getting food for their family Wesaw a mama bear with her cub It kind of freaked us out because we hadto look down on them But also a worth it experience to stand so closeto a bear The zip lining course consists of nine zip lines and fourbridges It kind of scared us at first just because youre so high upand the only thing holding you up is your harness and youre in the treetops When we first arrived there we were suited up then we hopped on thefour wheelers CLIMBworks also has an eco-friendly road to the topof the mountain Once at the top you exit out off the four wheeler andthey hook you up to the line and you walk across the first bridge Fromthen on no one can turn back Once on the zip lines seeing amazingviews and having lots of fun you forget everything going on On one ofthe zip lines they
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