Lead guide Korey works on her “I Want You” Uncle Sam pose while guiding on a zipline trip! She and the rest of our zipline guides invite you to come check out the zipline course.
Our tour includes ten lines and two rappels, and takes two to three hours to complete. By the time you get to line nine, the photo spot, you may even sport your own pose for the camera!
If you’re the adventurous type, you can even do a zipline tour and a rafting trip in the same day. Just be sure to leave four hours between start times if you book online.
Our zipline and whitewater rafting activities are based out of the same location, and the zipline course is just a short UTV ride up the mountain behind the outpost. For a great trip combination, try a 9:40 a.m. or 10:00 a.m. zipline trip followed by a 2:00 p.m. rafting trip. This one fills up quickly, especially in July, so book it early!
On most days, you can even get lunch at one of the food trucks in between trips. Ask the reservation staff which food truck will be there on the day you reserve. If there are none that day, and you want to raft and zip the same day, we recommend choosing our five mile with lunch rafting trip in the morning, and then zipping in the afternoon.
If you want some help with booking options, just give our reservation staff a call at 1-800-570-7238. Remember, if you choose to do both rafting and zipline activities, regardless of whether it is on the same day or different days, you will save 10% on both trips.
While you’re here, check out our new zipline video. You can also see it on our home page. Thanks to Holly LaRose from photo staff for putting it together!