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Rock Climb and Zipline in One Day

Rock Climbing Colorado

Today is the day that you defy gravity. Everything Isaac Newton said about the apple has gone out the window. Prepare yourself, we’re gonna climb high and zip fast! Our rock climbing and zipline package is unique in the fact that they are built right into the natural features of the land.

Let’s get down to brass tacks though. This trip runs out of our Granite outpost, located 20 minutes North of Buena Vista. The base rate cost for adults is $190 and the rate for kids 12 and under is $170. Kids must be at least 10 years old to go on this trip and weigh at least 75 pounds. If they’re at 74 pounds the day before the trip be sure to feed ‘em a little extra at dinner and get them up to that weight DSC_0127-1200minimum.

Once you arrive at our Granite outpost for your 8:30 am check in you will get geared up to go ziplining. Our seven zips will take you all through the mountains, soaring high above and through trees, and will last just over two hours. You’ll be flying across those zips, so be sure to practice your best Tarzan impression! Try to get your guide to do their best imitation too! After we get you back to the outpost you will need to refuel and have energy for the afternoon to rock climb. Hopefully you’ve worked up an appetite because you’re welcome to eat as many grilled chicken fajitas as possible.


 Once you’ve had a moment to rest after devouring a great meal, get psyched to rock climb! You’ll get  ready for your climb at 12:30 and it will tentatively end by 3:30. With the help of your guide you will  scale some huge rock walls. The rock faces that you’ll climb are perfect for beginners. Even if you’ve  rock  climbed before, no matter what skill level you are, it will be a fantastic experience.

 If you’d like to know more about this great trip check out our website or give us a call at 1-877-  RAFTING and we will be happy to assist you!



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