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Keeping Our Guests & Guides Healthy & Safe

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At Colorado Zipline, your health and safety are a top priority. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we are taking extra precautions to do our part to prevent further spread of the virus and guarantee the health of our guests and staff.

Here are a few of the changes we will be making to ensure the health of our guests and guides:

Learn more below.

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Check-In Procedures

  • Waivers – All waivers will need to be filled out online by each participant before arriving at the outpost to eliminate contact. We will not be accepting paper waivers.
  • Outpost Cleaning Policy – All restrooms, touch screens, changing rooms, handles and high contact areas will be cleaned and sanitized after each tour rotates through.
  • Screening – We will be reaching out to guests 24 hours before their trip to have them acknowledge that they are not and have not experienced coronavirus symptoms in the last 14 days, including cough, headache, and fever.
  • Staff Screening – We will be screening our guide and guest service staff daily for symptoms.

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Trip Procedures

  • Aerial Adventures

    • Gear – All aerial adventure equipment will be cleaned and disinfected after every trip. This includes helmets, gloves, and harnesses. Helmet interiors will be cleaned using an alcohol-based spray after each use.
    • Transportation – We will adhere to guidelines used by the RTD public transportation operation in regard to vehicles. Our aerial adventure tours include transportation to the start of the course in our open-air zipline truck. All surfaces including seats, windows and railings will be cleaned and disinfected after each use.
  • Rafting Trips

    • Gear – All rafting equipment will be cleaned and disinfected after every trip. This includes life jackets, wetsuits, helmets, splash jackets, paddles and boats. Paddles will be placed in a bleach bucket as soon as they return to the outpost, where they will stay until they are ready for use. Staff will wipe down clean paddles to provide to new guests. PFD’s and wetsuits will also face a deeper sanitization process. Helmet interiors will be cleaned using an alcohol-based spray after each use.
    • Transportation – We will adhere to guidelines used by the RTD public transportation operation in regards to vehicles. Windows will remain open during transport. All surfaces including seats, windows and railings will be cleaned and disinfected after each use.
  • Other

    • Off-Roading Rental Gear – All UTV equipment will be cleaned and disinfected after every trip. This includes seats and steering wheels of the UTVs, door handles, and helmets. UTVs will be completely sanitized between use. Helmet interiors will be cleaned using an alcohol-based spray after each use.
    • Fly Fishing Gear –All fly fishing equipment will be cleaned and disinfected after every trip. This includes rods, reels, boats, and more.
    • Fly Fishing Transportation – Group sizes are already limited on our fly fishing trips, so the number of people being transported at a time will also be limited. Hand sanitizer will be offered upon entry to the vehicle. Employees will wear face coverings and guests will be encouraged to do the same.

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Employees

  • Daily symptom screening including temperature readings and questioning.
  • Frequent hand washing throughout the day. Access to hand sanitizer.
  • Employees will be updated daily on any new protocols as conditions change.

These policies and procedures are subject to change at any time. We will be updating this page with the most current procedures, so please check back frequently and give us a call if you have any questions or concerns.

Updated on July 14th, 2021