This week it’s a special Georgia Traveler, Outdoor Adventures.
We show you where you can soar a thousand feet above ground…
Journey to the depths of the sea to catch a trophy fish…
Slide down snowy mountains and glide the ice in a winter wonderland…
Cruise the tracks in high octane race cars…
Enjoy island life at Georgia’s largest lake
And zip from tree to tree to an eventual 100 foot adrenaline inducing free fall.
It’s all part of Georgia Traveler’s Outdoor adventures for you to explore.
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Nestled in the Snake Creek Gorge in Whitesburg, Georgia, Historic Banning Mills offers guests a unique combination of peaceful country living and high adrenaline zip-line adventures. In fact, Banning Mills boasts the largest continuous zip-line canopy tour in the world.
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Travel Forty-five minutes from northeast Atlanta to Lake Lanier Islands Resort. This family friendly oasis is located on the shores of Lake Sidney Lanier and is Georgia’s most visited lakeside resort destination. David and Michelle experience everything from horseback riding to boat riding along the lake. The resort offers year round activities so whether you are looking to cool down in the summer or watch an outdoor movie under the stars in the fall.
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Stone Mountain, Ga.
Stone Mountain transforms the Laser Show lawn into a snow lover’s paradise. At Stone Mountain park visitors can enjoy great scenery, fun family activities and an arctic treat. From December right smack in the heart of the holiday season and continuing through the beginning of March is the “coolest” outdoor activity in Georgia at least.
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