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Colorado Zipline Tour

The location of our zipline course sits in the heart of Idaho Springs which is about 30 miles west of Denver along Interstate 70. With the heavy rain in the area and the flooding in Denver, this might be the perfect opportunity to leave the wet city.

The zipline is running every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until November 30th which means there is still plenty of time to experience this high flying adventure. Not to mention the deals available during the shoulder season. Anyone who goes ziplining this fall can receive up to a 25% discount! That’s a saving of almost $20 per person. You can’t find this deal anywhere else on such a world class zipline. With six different ziplines that start atop a mountainside and zig zag back down to our outpost, you are sure to be elated after this trip.

Fridays through Sundays this fall, we are offering a noon start time for our zipline course. This is a perfect time to avoid the afternoon thunderstorms that tend to frequent the area around 2 PM. Depending on availability and demand, make sure to ask if our 9 AM or 3PM ziplines are running on the day that you would like to zipline. Depending on the weather, these may prove to be dry as well.DSC_2089

Don’t forget to wear close toed shoes and bright colors when you head up to Idaho Springs for your zipline tour. No sandals or any other kind of open toed shoes will be allowed on the course. A good pair of hiking shoes or tennis shoes are more than suitable. Also, if you want your silhouette to really POP when you view your photos back at our outpost, make sure to wear bright colored clothing. Neon is the best, but avoiding plain colors is good as well.

Make sure to get your adrenaline rush this fall!


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