Banning Mills Offers 'Falcon's'-Eye View Of Georgia's Fall Foliage

This time of year, a lot of people spend the weekends looking for Georgia's most beautiful fall foliage.  But if looking up at the trees just doesn't do it for you anymore -- how about looking down on them?
Historic Banning Mills is an adventure resort/retreat in Carroll County that features the world's largest and longest zipline canopy tour (as certified by Guinness World Records).  Surrounded by 1500 wooded acres, there's plenty of color to see right now -- and with the zipline tours, the vantage point couldn't be better.  The course features miles of ziplines and stunning bridges, and there are several skill levels to choose from.  Banning Mills also includes the world's tallest freestanding climbing wall (14 stories high), horseback riding, and kayaking.
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken recently spent some time in Banning Mills, checking out the vibrant fall foliage while zipping right through it!
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