New Hampshire Ziplining
TAKE THE SCENIC ROUTE
See the Granite State from a bird’s eye view, soaring down a mountainside suspended from cables. There are few experiences that will get your adrenaline going like this! When you book direct with us at Christmas Farm Inn and contact our front desk, we can save you money on some area attractions.
Some of the places to zipline in the area:
Attitash Mountain Resort
There are 2 zip lines, Flying Bear and Aerial Zip. Height: 250-feet off the ground. Speed: 65+ MPH (you can slow and even stop your descent). Distance: Flying Bear is 4,969 feet, from the summit of Bear Peak towards Attitash Mountain. Aerial Zip is 2,196 feet long. Two parallel cable lines allow you and a friend to ride side by side. http://ziprider.com/rides/attitash/
Guided canopy tour with 9 Zip Lines, 2 Sky Bridges, 3 Rappels. Speed: 30 MPH. Distance: Ziplines range from 120 – 830 feet in length and up to 165 feet off the forest floor, 1,000-foot descent. 2 guides per group, up to 8 participants. http://brettonwoods.com/activities/canopy_tour/overview
The Soaring Eagle Zipline is one you can fly! You sit in side-by-side chairs like an amusement park ride, ascend the mountainside backward, then rapidly coast 700 feet back to the bottom. http://www.cranmore.com/winter/soaring-eagle
Length: 2,100 feet. Vertical drop: 265 feet. Speed: 45 MPH. The ZipRider is a four cable ride that sells out every day at the park. Riders are seated in chair-like swings as they descend. http://ziprider.com/rides/wildcat-mountain/
Enjoy this thrilling experience and the great views of Mt. Washington and New Hampshire.
History of Christmas Farm Inn Name
The Inn is not 'Christmas themed' but rather received its name from the gifting of the property at Christmas time – renamed the ‘Christmas Farm’ in honor of the season and spirit of the gift.