I've been to quite a few zipline courses and I took my wife and 2 teenage boys to this one over spring break since it was very close to Atlanta where we live. There are essentially two courses that run in parallel to each other along the shores of Lake Lanier. We took the longest tour but it essentially just covered the same ground but from different trees for the second go around. The scenery is pretty as its on the shore of Lake Lanier and one goes across a cove. The course construction looked a bit weak and non-tree friendly to me: Bolts through trees, some of which were very and very small diameter shakey pine trees, no padding on the landing platforms, no padding between the cables and the trees. Many times we found the tree would sway significantly as we waited on the next Zipper to arrive to the landing platform; you absolutely had to hold on while waiting. The sky bridges also had some issues with a few of the foot boards having slid out of proper spacing which made for some rather long stretches to climb them. The guides were very good and did everything they could to keep the tour safe. I would recommend that you just do the short course as its long enough and covers all the same ground as the longer one.
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