While at Stone Mountain Park, we spent most of our time at the Sky Hike area of the park. Sky Hike is kind of like a high ropes course for the masses. Instead of one person at a time with a safety harness connected to a long rope and a one or two assistants on the ground belaying the rope where you have to walk an obstacle between two trees, Sky Hike is steel structure with a quarter mile network of “C” channel (a patented overhead safety system) that you hook the rope from your safety harness to and simply move from one obstacle to another at 12, 24 or 40 feet in the air.
When we got a look at the Sky Hike, the boys were like… WOW…. lets go, Caitlin on the other hand was a bit apprehensive at first. But by the time we finished the first level, she was ready to go to the second level and disappointed that the 3rd level was closed. For each 3 days we were here, we stared at the Sky Hike for a few hours. Also at the Sky Hike they have 2 to 3 rock climbing walls and a smaller, shorter and much closer to the ground rope climbing course for the littler kids (and adults).
Below is just a small collection of a ton of pictures I took the last day we were there. Feel free to click on each thumbnail image for a larger view.