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Zipline Spotlight: The Cliff Jump

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DSC_2525-450Our zipline course in Idaho Springs is a thrill! You will spend between two and a half hours to three hours venturing across six different ziplines and you will be flying. Our course is unlike any  other in Colorado with some of the craziest lines you’ll find and some epic features built into it. We will be zipping until Ullr starts dumping snow across the land, so you’ll still have plenty of  time after Labor Day to get out there and try something exhilarating.

You will be crossing not only the Jungle Bridge, but also the Bridge of Doom. We also have a six hundred foot dual zipline where you can race a friend to see who makes it to the next platform  first, too. Friendly bets against one another are certainly welcome! Along with our ropes course features and dual zip, get excited about our new “Surf Zip.” On the surf zip you’ll stand up on a  skateboard deck and cruise across the land like the Silver Surfer.IMG_0016-450

For le Pièce de résistance we have a fifty foot cliffside free fall! Ever wanted to get a taste of skydiving on a casual weekend afternoon? We’ve got your fix. Get up on that platform and take the plunge! When you’re up there ready to plummet, looking down is encouraged. Scare yourself a little. Don’t be worried when you take that leap of faith though, the free fall element will catch you with grace. AVA focuses on both fun and safety. So what more do you need? Get out there and have a blast!

If you would like more information in regard to our zipline trips, check out the zipline section of our website and it will fill you in on any questions you may have. After you’ve taken a look at the site figure out who you’d like to go with and when you’d like to go. If you have any questions in regard to our zip tours, give us a call at 877-RAFTING and any of our friendly sales agents will be happy to assist you.

Happy Zipping!



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