How many lines do the courses have?
There are 7 lines on the Granite course and 6 lines on the Idaho Springs course.
How long are the lines?
The lines range from 264 ft to 862 ft in Granite and provide great scenery of the Arkansas Valley area. The course in Idaho Springs has 6 lines with a total distance of 2360 ft of ziplining fun!
How much does it cost?
Idaho Springs Zip
$99 – $109 for adults (13+)
$89 – $99 for children (12-)
$89 for adults (13+)
$79 for children (12-)
Are there any discounts?
What should I wear?
We do require that everyone wears closed toed shoes. No Chacos, Keens, Crocs, flip flops or sandals are allowed. We strongly suggest taking a look at the weather before you head over for your trip. Shorts and tank tops are allowed during the summer months. In the winter months, we do recommend that you wear long pants and jackets. No baggy clothes, skirts or dresses are permitted.
Are there any weight restrictions?
The Granite course has a weight restriction of a minimum of 75 lbs and a maximum of 250 lbs. The Idaho Springs course has a weight restriction of a minimum of 50 lbs and a maximum of 250 lbs.
Do I need to sign a waiver?
As in any physical activity, we do require that you sign a Release of Liability Waiver. A parent or legal guardian must sign for any minor children. Please fill out your waiver online before your trip!
Can I bring my camera/cell phone to take pictures?
We encourage guests to bring cameras to capture the beautiful Colorado scenery you will experience from our courses. We do also like to warn guests that if an item is dropped, it is very unlikely that it will be retrieved due to the mountainous terrain. If it’s something important to you and has significant value, we suggest leaving it in your car to be safe!
What if I am afraid of heights?
We have a very well trained and certified guide staff that have will work with you to ease your fears and make sure that you have an enjoyable time! Guests will be clipped in at all times while on the course and a guide will be there with you at all times.
Can I go if I’ve never been ziplining before?
No experience necessary! Our certified guides will give you an orientation and training session before the trip begins.
How safe is the course?
Both courses have a two pulley and line system to ensure safety. We also require everyone to wear helmets and leather gloves on each trip. Our courses were built by a professional builder and approved by the City Builder Inspector.
What kind of training do the guides receive?
Our staff goes through an extensive training in general course knowledge, proper techniques, and safety rescue procedures. We work in close cooperation with the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT), as they are one of the premier companies in setting the standards in course installation, inspection, and operation.
How much should I tip my guide?
Guiding is a service industry, so we would suggest tipping 15-20% of the total cost of your trip.
How many people are on each trip?
We limit our trips to 10 guests for 2 guides. We do need a minimum of 4 guests for any trip to go out.
Is there much walking/hiking?
There is short walk associated with both courses. It’s a less than 10 minute walk at the Granite course and about a 5 minute walk at the Idaho Springs course.
What time do I need to check in?
You will need to arrive by the time your trip is scheduled. There is no need to be there more than 10 minutes early.
Can I go if I’m pregnant or have any other health problems?
No, we do not allow pregnant women on our zipline courses. If you have other health issues, we suggest consulting your doctor before signing up for a trip. Feel free to call us with any specific questions.
Can my minor child go without me?
Yes, children can go without a parent or guardian as long as a waiver has been filled out for them prior to arriving at the outpost. Waivers are available online here. (link to waiver)
Do I need to make a reservation?
We strongly recommend reservations to ensure that there is availability at the time you wish to go. Our trip times fill up fast!
What happens if I need to cancel or change my reservation?
We do follow a strict cancellation policy which is as follows:
For groups of less than 10 people: Cancellations made prior to 14 days before the trip will be refunded 90% of the total trip cost. Cancellations made within 14 days and outside 2 days before the trip will be refunded 50% of the total trip cost. Cancellations made within 48 hours of the trip are nonrefundable.
For groups of 10 or more: Cancellations made prior to 14 days before the trip will be refunded 90% of the total trip cost. Cancellations outside of one week and inside of two weeks will be refunded 50% of the total trip cost. Cancellations inside of one week are nonrefundable.
NOTE: Cancellation policy applies to the full amount of your trip.
Change policy: Inside of two weeks of the trip, changes made to the date of the trip will result in a $10 change fee per person. Changes may not be made inside of 48 hours.
Do we still go if the weather is bad?
We do zip rain or shine or snow! Please look at our cancellation and inclement weather policies for specific details here. (link to cancellation policy)
Do you offer any other activities in addition to ziplining?
Yes! We offer many activities during the summer months! Check out www.coloradorafting.net for infomation on whitewater rafting, horseback riding, ATVing and so much more!!