Full Ziplining Adventure in Boise

  • 30 Ratings

Soar through the air on a ziplining adventure down six different lines. Enjoy a complete package that offers adrenaline-rushing fun and scenic views.

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Cancellation: 3 days in advance.

What You Will Do

  • Tae part in a fully-guided ziplining tour that covers the entire course and gets your heart pounding throughout all the fun
  • Jump off a 55-foot tower as you speed to another 40-foot tower within a matter of seconds
  • Head down six different zip lines, which range from 400' to 1,100' long, giving you plenty of excitement
  • Walk across an Indiana-Jones style suspension bridge, gazing out over a beautiful assortment of native trees and stellar views of foothills
  • Rack up high speeds of up to 40 mph as the wind rushes past and you have the time of your life

What's Included

  • Ziplining tour

Additional Information

  • Height minimum is 48 inches with a weight range of 100 - 275 pounds.

  • Full refunds for cancellations made at least 72 hours in advance.

Customer Reviews

  • 30 Ratings

  • Kimberley

The tour guides were awesome, friendly, and professional. This was our second time going and there will be a third!!

October 21, 2017

  • Ashley

The guides were wonderful. They were very nice and fun. My husband and I had a blast!

October 3, 2017

  • Kenneth

The zip tour was great fun. My wife and I were spending a couple of nights in the area while on vacation and booked the full tour on a whim. We are both 69 and needed an adventure. I would have given the tour a 5 star rating but I think there are some safety things that could be addressed. On the last run of the day we had a pretty good tailwind and both of us came in pretty fast on the final approach. We tried to slow down as they had shown us by spreading our arms and legs to increase drag but it didn't help. As a result we hit pretty hard. The guide tried to catch me and wound up with his arm between my back and the telephone pole size support post. I though I had broken his arm. My back hurt for a while afterward but no lasting ill effects. My suggestion for that problem is to wrap those exposed posts with the same material baseball parks use to pad the outfield walls just for the rare occasion when fast approaches happen. Otherwise, the team seemed to be very safety conscious and was very cautious to follow all of the safety procedures.

September 29, 2017
Eagle Island State Park, 165 Eagle Island Parkway, Eagle, ID 83616, USA