When most people think about Breckenridge, Colorado, they think skiing but Breckenridge has so much more to offer visitors. There’s great biking, hiking, horseback riding and fly fishing, plus year-round shopping and dining along Breckenridge’s charming Victorian Main Street. But consider trying one of the newest warm-weather adventures available in Breckenridge — a Colorado canopy zipline adventure!
From Breckenridge, our Canopy Tour in Idaho Springs is less than an hour away. And you won’t want to miss this zipline course, which is among the highest and tallest in Colorado. Simply take Highway 9 to Frisco and hop on I-70, driving east to Idaho Springs. You’ll see the tall wooden towers that make up our course before you even reach Exit 240. Our offices are locate right inside the historic Argo Gold Mine & Mill, the big red building visible from virtually everywhere in town.
While you’re visiting us, consider adding a half-day whitewater rafting adventure to your plans. We run the rapids on Clear Creek, which flows right under our Zipline course and through town. It’s the prefect way to spend a day while you’re visiting Breckenridge.
Give us a call at 877-947-7238 and let us help you plan your Colorado zipline adventure. We can’t wait to take to the skies with you!
In addition to convenient Breckenridge, Colorado zip-lining trips, the area has much to offer. For hardcore mountain bikers to leisurely riders, there are lots of great biking trips available. The Peaks Trail from Breckenridge to Frisco is known as one of the best singletrack mountain biking trails in the country, and it makes for a great downhill hike. The excellent Summit County bike path system includes a path around beautiful Lake Dillon which frequently reflects Colorado’s breathtaking blue skies and is surrounded by the high peaks of Summit County.
Additionally, the Vail Pass Downhill Bike trip offers 14 miles of downhill bliss on a scenic trail that winds along Tenmile Creek and through Copper Mountain Resort. This is a ride not to miss!
A charming, Victorian-era mountain town with much of the architecture from its mining past still preserved, Breckenridge offers wonderful shopping, browsing, eating and lodging; boating and sailing on nearby Lake Dillon; plus a number of special events such as music festivals, art shows, beer tasting, a barbecue challenge and more. Breckenridge offers something for everyone in the family; just be sure to include a Breckenridge rafting trip in your plans!
Summit County is one of the most scenic counties in Colorado. To many, Summit County IS Colorado’s high country, home to four world-class ski resorts and some of the highest mountain peaks in Colorado. Though Summit County’s reputation was made by its world-class ski mountains — Arapahoe Basin, Copper, Keystone, Breckenridge and Vail are just minutes away — Summit County’s warm weather outdoor activities are just as fabulous. Join us in Breckenridge for hiking, biking, horseback riding, fly fishing, boating and the don’t-miss thrill of Summit County, Colorado ziplining trips.