High Gravity Adventures Announces New Addition: The Giant Swing


Join High Gravity Adventures on Thursday, July 28th at 4:30 P.M. for the *official* grand opening celebration of their brand-new Giant Swing! Come enjoy the ribbon-cutting ceremony from the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce, take a ride in the swing, then stick around for some complimentary beverages from Lost Province Brewing Co. Swing your way to High Gravity for some fun!

Time: 4:00pm-8:00pm
Address: 215 Tweetsie Railroad Rd, Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605


Free Family Fun on Memorial Day Weekend at High Gravity Adventures!

Looking for a fun, family-friendly event to enjoy on Memorial Day Weekend? Bring the whole family to High Gravity Adventures in Blowing Rock, N.C.!  Instead of fighting crowds and traffic on the Blue Ridge Parkway, you can treat your family to an afternoon of live music, games, delicious food and high-flying aerial adventure.

High Gravity Adventures

Come to High Gravity Adventures on Saturday, May 28, for a Memorial Day Weekend cookout on the lawn.  There will be live music by Andy Ferrell from 1-4 p.m., plus fun games like corn hole, ladder ball and soccer.  Enjoy delicious items from the grill including burgers, hot dogs, and vegetarian options, or bring your own picnic meal!  While you’re there, you can experience the open-air fun of High Gravity Adventures aerial adventure park, with course options for everyone ages four and up.  Admission into the event is free of charge; food and tickets to the aerial courses will be available for purchase.

This Memorial Day Weekend event is a great way to kick off your summer with some family fun in the great outdoors!

Kid-Friendly Fun at High Gravity Adventures

As warmer weather approaches and outdoor outings become more frequent, I wanted to share with you a great place for parents to take their kids for some open-air fun. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the High Country and experience high-flying aerial adventure at High Gravity Adventures located in Blowing Rock, N.C. High Gravity Adventures is a place the whole family can experience adventure together, and kids as young as four-years-old are welcome to enter the vertical world on their very own Kids’ Course. Below is a run-down of what guests with kids can expect at High Gravity Adventures for the perfect family outing that you can share with your readers. The park just opened its doors for the 2016 season on March 18!

High Gravity Adventures Opening

·         Designed for Kids – The Kids’ Course itself was built lower to the ground with young explorers in mind. Utilizing state-of-the-art systems and leading technology, the park prides itself on adhering to industry leading standards for construction, inspection, equipment and staff training. “Ground School” is also an important first step that each guest must complete before entering the course. This staff-led orientation is where climbers will be introduced to the equipment and course procedures before taking to the air. Parents are also welcome to join their child during this orientation.

·         Explore Independently or Together – For kids ages four to seven, a responsible adult (i.e. parent, chaperone, teacher, etc.) must be present while they are exploring their new found aerial playground. This means after the “Ground School” orientation, parents have the option of heading over to the Kids’ Course for an adventure together with their child or taking pictures from Adirondack chairs from the spacious observation desk – the decision is entirely up to them. The purchase of an additional kid’s ticket is required for parents to explore the course with their child.

·         Juniors and Young Adults – Juniors, from ages seven to 10, can even explore the Adult Course as long as they are accompanied by an adult. An adult must be present to help kids who may not be tall enough to move through all areas of the course by assisting with equipment transitions. Young adults, from ages 11 to 13, are allowed to be in the course on their own, but a responsible adult must be preset on the observation deck. Only kids ages 14 and older can climb at High Gravity Adventures without a chaperone present.

·         Activities on the Course – There are many exciting elements on the course from which kids can choose, such as walking over aerial bridges, crossing tight-rope walks, swinging through floating foot loops and traversing giant spiders’ webs from a height of their choosing. Unlike zip lines or canopy tours, individual climbers can decide what route to take and the height with which they’re comfortable. Whether your kid wants to stay at 15 feet at the Kids’ Course or climb up to 50 feet in the adult course, the decision is entirely up to them at High Gravity Adventures.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Aerial Adventure Parks

With spring around the corner, I wanted to share a great outdoor activity that needs to be checked off your adventure bucket list. High Gravity Adventures  in Blowing Rock, N.C., allows you to climb, balance and swing from heights as high as 50 feet or as low as 15 feet. Visitors are often surprised to learn certain facts about High Gravity Adventures, so here is a list of five things most people don’t know about aerial adventure parks. Mark your calendars as the park is opening back up for the season on March 18!

High Gravity Adventures Blowing Rock

1.       A Course for Kids – The whole family can experience aerial adventure together. Kids four-years-old and up are welcome to enter the aerial world on High Gravity Adventure’s Kids’ Course. With a responsible adult present, kids will have their very own elements to discover and explore. They can explore the Kids’ Course solo or have a guardian accompany them for a joint experience.

2.       Choose Your Challenge – High Gravity Adventures includes 75+ different aerial challenges that range from 15 to 50 feet in the air. There are many elements to choose from, such as walking over aerial bridges, crossing tight-rope walks, swinging through floating foot loops and traversing giant spiders’ webs.

3.        No Experience Needed – No experience is required when exploring the vertical world. With challenges of varying difficulty levels offered, there is something to please hardcore adventure seekers as well as people who prefer to keep theiradventure closer to the ground. The aerial challenges are diverse and match up to a variety of skill levels.

4.       You Are the Decision Maker – Unlike zip lines or canopy tours, you get to the make the decision of what route you want to take and the height with which you are comfortable. Whether you want to stay at 15 feet or climb all the way up, the decision is entirely up to you at High Gravity Adventures. There are a variety of ways to make your way through the course, and guests have the freedom to take as many breaks as they want.

5.       Safety is Priority – High Gravity Adventures utilizes state-of-the-art safety systems and the latest technology. The owners and staff of the course pride themselves on adhering to industry leading standards for construction, inspection, equipment and staff training. Before entering the course, each guest will be required to attend a mandatory orientation—“Ground School”—where they’ll be educated on helmet and harness fitting, how to use personal safety tethers, course procedures, and how to enter and exit the course.

Late Night Climbing at High Gravity Adventures

Is your family up for an adventure? Friday and Saturdays in October, High Gravity Adventures will keep the lights on for you.

Late Night at High Gravity Adventures

Lights will be on the course for these late-night climbing sessions, which will be happening every Friday and Saturday night through the end of October.

10/16/2015 | 05:00 pm – 11:30 pm

10/17/2015 | 05:00 pm – 11:30 pm

10/23/2015 | 05:00 pm – 11:30 pm

10/24/2015 | 05:00 pm – 11:30 pm

10/30/2015 | 05:00 pm – 11:30 pm

10/31/2015 | 05:00 pm – 11:30 pm

High Gravity Adventures Grand Opening is April 11, 2015!

High Gravity Adventures

A new family fun adventure is now open in the High Country! The High Gravity Adventures is celebrating this Saturday, April 11th with an official Grand Opening event combining aerial adventure, food, music, giveaways, and more. What exactly is this adventure?

High Gravity Adventures Blowing Rock
High Gravity Adventures is an aerial adventure park specializing in unique and active
outdoor recreation activities for ages 5 and up. Each guest can explore and climb through 75 different aerial elements requiring various levels of physical and mental stamina at heights that range from 15 to 50 feet.

High Gravity Adventures Opening
How much does it cost?

ADULT & KIDS COURSE TICKETS (Individual tickets are good up to 3 hours in the air.)

Adult (14 years and up)
Adult Course Ticket
*Maximum weight allowed = 265 lbs.

Young Adult (12 to 13)
Adult Course Ticket
Adult must be present on the grounds of HGA
Adult is not required to be in the course with Young Adult

Junior (8 to 11)
Adult Course Ticket
Adult must accompany Youth through the Adult Course

Kids (5 to 10)
Kids Course Ticket
Adult must be present on the grounds of HGA
*parent may purchase a Junior Course ticket if they are going to be accompany their child through the Kids Course