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Special ribbon cuttings mark opening of Wolfe Creek Station & special Winter Canopy Tours during Ozark Mountain Christmas
Branson, Mo. - (Tuesday, November 2, 2010) - Branson Zipline Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve held special ribbon cuttings with the Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce to mark the opening of Wolfe Creek Station as well as special winter Canopy Tours during Ozark Mountain Christmas. Co-owner Guy Mace literally flew into Homestead Platform (part of the popular Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour course) to cut the red ribbon and launch the Branson Zipline version of the most wonderful time of the year.
Emma Hamilton, General Manager, says, "For November and December our visitors will soar through the Ozark Mountains on guided canopy tours where they'll explore the 'cool' features of Wolfe Creek Preserve. On the Ozarks Xplorer they'll also share a seat around the campfire with hot cider & hot chocolate." During the Ozark Mountain Christmas season Canopy Tours are on selected dates and visitors are advised to book ahead as tours are quickly selling out.
Famous Russian Comedian Yakov Smirnoff, whose theater sits on US Hwy 65 just 7 miles south of Branson Zipline, calls this authentic outdoors experience "a world-class eco-adventure". His recommendations of fun things to do in Branson includes Branson Zipline Canopy Tours as well his new show, Yakov's Dinner Adventure. At Branson Zipline visitors are also enjoying ringside seats by the campfire as they gaze at participants in the one-of-a-kind Freefall Xpress.
A ribbon cutting with the Table Rock Lake Chamber of Commerce was also held for the opening of Wolfe Creek Station. While Wolfe Creek Station is the check-in location for Branson Zipline, it is also one of the most unique shopping destinations in the Ozarks. Visitors are invited to stop in to explore the themed shopping environment and discover the eclectic choices offered. The vast array of products include items for home decor, jewelry, organic lotions & specialty soaps, nostalgic toys, t-shirts, candles, vases, books, outdoor themed products, greeting cards, desk & school items, plush animals, birdhouses, chimes and Amish products such as jellies, jams, veggies, teas, coffees, baskets, lanterns, crafts, & more. Hamilton adds, "Yes there's a whole lot of fun stuff for everyone!"
Located just 7 miles north of Branson on US Hwy 65, Branson Zipline Canopy Tours is holding an open house at Wolfe Creek Station through November 10, 2010. Refreshment and beverages are being served. For more information go to BransonZipline.com
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About Branson Zipline Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve: Branson Zipline Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve offers visitors off all ages a world-class Eco-Adventure in the Ozark Mountains. The range of options includes Canopy Tours (guided excursions across numerous zip lines, platforms, and sky bridges) like the 3-hr Ozarks Xplorer, 2-hr Flying Prospector, selected night tours, plus the Blue Streak Fast Line & Freefall Xpress (a thrilling zip from the top of the mountain to the base of the property with a one-of-a-kind dismount). The adventures include information about topographical, ecological, and historical features. Branson Zipline is a unique and family friendly compliment to Branson's existing vacation opportunities. As a member of the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT), the course and certified guides meet and/or exceed ACCT standards. Wolfe Creek Station is the check-in for visitors and offers unique shopping experiences as well as an observation deck.