Climbing, balancing and zipping, Ruby Falls visitors are now getting an even better view from Lookout Mountain.
"I jumped, bent my knees and went flying in the air," says Jacob, a youngster visiting from Florida.
"I like it, it's fun," adds Samantha Wagner, a teen from Colorado.
It's called Ruby Fall's ZIPstream Aerial Adventure, a brand new obstacle course.
"We have people from all different skill levels and experiences," says Ryan Naegele, a Zip Stream Guide. "We've had people that have never been higher than a step ladder and they get up here and they have the time of their lives!"
"We wanted to do something very natural to create a place for families to hang out and we thought about doing something in the trees because we have beautiful vistas of Chattanooga," says Hugh Morrow, Ruby Falls President. "We were able to build this course in the tree line surrounding Ruby Fall's castle."
ZIPstream is actually 2 obstacle courses with about 30 elements total, but the real thrill is the finish. Both courses end with a zipline through the tree tops.
"The first zipline is over a 150 feet and the second zip is over 300 feet, so it's a bit longer," says Naegele.
But there is a special area just for pint sized players.
"On this, you have to walk across and hope you don't fall because it's actually really tricky because it's really not stable," says Jacob.
Both young and old are faced with a variety of challenges.
"Kind a hard, but not too bad," says Wagner.
"There's all kinds of different obstacles everything from broken bridges to different balance beams," adds Naegele.
For adventurers, it's a lot of careful footwork and overcoming fear.
"They get up on the first element and they're pretty unsure of somethings," says Naegele. "By the end of the course, they've accomplished the whole thing and just really made their day. They do something they never thought they could do."