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3 Reasons to Zip This Fall

Fall Zipline Colorado

Looking for some adventure between the summer and winter seasons in Colorado? For those adrenaline junkies out there we have fall zipline trips offered after Labor Day weekend on Wednesdays through Sundays. Here are 3 reasons to experience our zipline trips this fall.

Conveniently Located
20140412Idaho Springs Zip - 004Idaho Springs is just down the road from Denver with one of the most fun zipline courses I’ve ever done. There are 6 lines with 3 optional obstacles, a total of 9 different activities that zig-zag down the cliff. One of the activities offered on the 2nd line is a 70 ft free fall (giving up 1 zip line) on a retractable line completely optional. If nerves get the best of you on the free fall, there is the option to do the zipline to the next platform. Line 5 has a dual line where you can race someone else without needing to slow yourself down. The 3 optional activities include 2 hanging bridges and a ‘skate’ zipline. Idaho Springs ziplining is not a super far drive from the Front Range for an awesome and real fun thrilling activity!

Family Friendly
The minimum age on our course is 7 years old or minimum 40 lbs, so the little kids are able to join in on the cliffside fun! Don’t forget Colorado is absolutely stunning with the fall foliage with the hints of red, orange, and yellow in the leaves. The views seen from our course are rare and will give you a wonderful outdoorsy peace of mind.

surf zipOur unique course is built into the topography of the land with many obstacles to offer for a variety of ages. It is fun to find high adrenaline activities during the fall since the ski resorts have yet to open. Take your adventurous side on our zip course all the way through to the end of November.

We are excited for you to zip with us this fall! Don’t miss out on your fun adventure that awaits at the top of the cliff. Call any of our informative reservation agents to get you and your family or friends out on the lines this fall!


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