One of the the largest ski areas in North America, Vail is one of Colorado’s top ski resorts and a prime winter destination for people from all over the world. But the Vail Valley is just as beautiful and desirable during the other seasons of the year when visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, fly fishing, white water rafting and zip-lining. Colorado visitors will discover Vail’s famed restaurants, spas, hotels and shopping.
Don’t miss out on experiencing zip-lining in Colorado, the memories from which will last a lifetime!
From Vail, zipping trip options include two locations that are both easily accessed by hopping on I-70. Go east toward Denver for just over an hour to find our Idaho Springs zipline course that sits along the banks of Clear Creek. This course is among the highest and longest in Colorado. The five wooden towers reach high into the sky — up to 65 feet high! Consider extending your day by adding rafting into the mix. There’s lots to choose from by checking our our Raft & Zip combo packages that let you have a full day of adventure.
Closer to Vail, our Glenwood Springs zipline and high ropes course is an easy 60 minutes away. Take I-70 west to Exit 119 before Glenwood Springs. Glenwood Canyon Resort is right there off the highway ramp. You can also raft with us here, since our base camp sits on the banks of the mighty Colorado River. After your day of adventure, join us at the resort’s No Name Bar & Grill — a truly relaxing and beautiful location.
Zip-lining near Vail can be an ideal family activity or the perfect team building and leadership training activity for business meeting and convention attendees. Most of all, a Vail, Colorado zip-line trip is great fun!