- 63 Ratings
5 Line Zip Tour
Speed away on a thrilling ziplining adventure where you fly down five lines that get your heart racing. Hold on tight as you soar through the air, feeling the wind rush past and the warm sunshine.
What You Will Do
- Set off on a fully-guided ziplining tour where you start off by zipping from a short 18' tower to a 45' tower within a matter of seconds
- Head out down five different ziplines, which range from 150 to 1,000 feet in length, plus try out an Indiana-Jones style suspension bridge with five elevated look-out decks
- Take in the surrounding views of a beautiful assortment of native trees and a re-purposed golf course stand
- Reach high speeds of up to 40 mph and heights of up to 70ft as you get your adrenaline racing
- Ziplining tour
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 72 hours in advance.
- 63 Ratings
Both instructors that we had (Skylar & Jo Jo) were great! We had a group of 7 people (plus 2 more people that we just met that day) and each one of us had a blast! The instructors were very informative and knew what they were doing. One of my friends is not really into heights and it was quite obvious that she was scared. Both instructors took extra care of her and made her feel safe. If anything were to happen I know that both of them would be able to help her to safety. Miraculously, my friend made it through the course and managed to shock me of how well she did. Totally recommend this place!
The staff is very friendly and informative. The zipline experience was fun, exciting, and comfortable.
We went as a family outing. We had all ages, 63, 58, 23, 18, 15, 14, 12. EVERYONE had a blast. Our guide was super. Wecwill do this again.
I wanted an experience that I would remember for the rest of my life, and I got it. It was heart stopping but really exciting.
The zip lines themselves were awesome. The people that guided us were very good also. 1. It would have been nice if the golf cart that was there took us to the first zip line. 2. A souvenir of the event would have been nice even though no one made the sock into the basket. We even offered to pay for it. It certainly would be good publicity for the zip line. 3. You might want to consider putting some padding around the poles so people didn't have to slam into the instructors. They would still have to help stop us but the impact would be lessened.
We had the best guides and it was so fun!