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About Zipline Tours Near Frisco

At roughly 9,100 feet above sea level, Frisco sits in the heart of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. The Tenmile Range, perfect for hiking and biking adventures, stretches from downtown Frisco to Breckenridge. In addition to exploring historic Main Street and taking a side trip to the Lake Dillon Marina, the town is an excellent starting point for many Colorado activities.

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CLEAR CREEK 8-LINE ZIP LINE

$89+ PER PERSON

Experience one of the highest, longest, and most exhilarating high tower zip line tours in Colorado. Climb the sky high 65’ towers then soar across 8 separate zip lines for nearly a mile of pure zipping thrills!

Scream through the treetops on this heart-stopping zip line high above the roaring rapids of Clear Creek! Zip for nearly a mile on this amazing course built on historic mining claims where gold was first discovered in Colorado. Climb sky-high 65′ towers for the thrill of a lifetime as you soar across eight separate zip lines (the longest is 1,200 feet!) crossing Clear Creek three times. This is one trip you do not want to miss!

Cost
• from $89 per person

Requirements
• Minimum height 48 inches;  Maximum height 6 ft. 3 inches
• Minimum weight 65 pounds;  Maximum weight 250 pounds

Meeting Time
All trips meet 30 minutes prior to scheduled trip time

Trip Times
AM & PM trips available

Meeting Location
2697 Stanley Road
Idaho Springs, Colorado 80452

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CLEAR CREEK 5-LINE ZIP LINE

$79+ PER PERSON

This exciting express zip line tour takes off from a height of 65′ to provide you with five thrilling zip lines flying high over Clear Creek rapids and breathtaking views!

This exciting “happy hour” express zip line tour takes off from a height of 65′ to provide you with five thrilling zip lines flying high over Clear Creek rapids and breathtaking views! Take off is at 5pm and includes a coupon for a free beer or soft beverage.

Cost
• from $79 per person

Requirements
• Minimum height 48 inches;  Maximum height 6 ft. 3 inches
• Minimum weight 65 pounds;  Maximum weight 250 pounds

Meeting Time
All trips meet 30 minutes prior to scheduled trip time

Meeting Location
2697 Stanley Road
Idaho Springs, Colorado 80452

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ZIP COLORADO FROM FRISCO!

Frisco is an easy drive to one of the state’s newest zipline courses in Idaho Springs. Simply hop on I-70 and you are less than an hour away from our eight-tower Canopy Zipline Tour along Clear Creek. Take the highway east (toward Denver) toward the little mining town of Idaho Springs and you can’t miss our 65′ tall wooden zipline launch towers. Stick around awhile in this area and you’ll start to feel what it was like back in the gold rush days of Colorado.

While you’re here, feed your need for white water rafting thrills by taking a paddling trip down Clear Creek. We offer Raft & Zip combo trips that let you plan an entire day of fun — all just a short drive from Frisco.

Clear Creek is a fun, technical stretch with white water rafting options including beginner, intermediate, and advanced adventures, as well as 1/3-day and 1/2-day. Call for combination Zip & Raft trip pricing and details.

ABOUT FRISCO

Imagine a place that boomed with the Colorado gold rush, dropped in population to 18 people, then sprang back up with the rise of tourism and outdoor adventure. No need to imagine, that place is Frisco. And there’s a reason why the county now draws some 3 million visitors each year – blue skies, miles of hiking trails, paved bike paths, Gold Medal fishing water,s and horseback riding make it a place everyone wants to stay. For those not as interested in outdoor pursuits, Frisco offers more than adventure. Don’t forget to explore the shopping on Main Street, the shores of Lake Dillon and the many historical sites throughout town. A real Rocky Mountain town, Frisco is the perfect place to begin your next Colorado zipline adventure.

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What is a Zip line?

zip line consists of a cable or series of cables mounted onto anchor points on either end of the cable that allow movement from one end to the other. They have been around a long time, sometimes used instead of bridges in remote mountain areas or to move supplies from one side of a river to the other. Zip line participants attach their harness to a trolley system that is mounted on the cable, using the force of gravity to traverse the line from one end to the other. Some zip lines go over canyons, some through tree canopies, while others start on man-made towers that participants climb to initially gain height. All this sounds technical and, of course, does not describe the fun part — the absolute thrill of flying through the air and screaming with delight! And don’t worry, we do teach you how to stop.

Kids of all ages are welcome! Our minimum height of 48 inches, and a minimum weight of 65 pounds with a maximum weight of 250 pounds for the Idaho Springs Zip line. All children under 14 years must be accompanied by a participating adult. Please call our office with any questions. Participants must be able to fit into our harnesses and be in good health. If you are pregnant, have heart trouble, or other medical concerns, please consult your doctor before participating. You will be required to sign an Assumption of Risk Waiver prior to your participation.

Because you’ll be wearing a climbing harness, we recommend pants but knee-length shorts are fine (no short shorts). No loose clothing or jewelry. Long hair needs to be pulled back. For your safety, bare feet, sandals and flip flops are not allowed. Closed-toe shoes are required. Sorry, no Crocs! We also suggest a strap for your sunglasses/glasses, and if the sun is shining, then bring the sunscreen.

A little rain won’t stop the fun! However, we reserve the right to delay or pause the adventure up to 45 minutes due to weather conditions that might affect your safety. If we are unable to resume the adventure, we will either reschedule your trip for a later time, provide you a credit for a future trip or refund you.

Since we can’t retrieve cameras dropped in the river, we have hired professional photographers to record your memories. They will capture the expression of your kids’ faces as they scream across the zip line! Be sure to stop by the photo display to review your photos that are also available for purchase.

Is it safe?

Safety is our number one concern! We use only the highest quality equipment, and our course has been designed, constructed, and inspected by a professional vendor member of the Association for Challenge Course Technology. Our zip line and ropes course staff is fully trained to ACCT standards, and inspects the course and gear daily. As with any outdoor adventure experience, some inherent risk is involved.

Our zip line has a limited capacity. Advanced reservations are highly recommended. However, we are happy to accept last minute reservations as space allows. Please call 720-734-3386

We require full payment at the time of reservation and our cancellation policy differs, depending on whether or not you have purchased Trip Insurance. We highly recommend purchasing Trip Insurance, as it allows you the flexibility you many need. Please click here to review our cancellation policy.

Book online right now or call our reservations department to book your Zip Line Adventure today!  Please call 877-ZIP-RAFT (947-7238)

Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled trip time. Before participating, you will need to sign our Assumption of Risk Waiver. Our professional staff will then provide a safety briefing, demonstration, and fit you with a harness, helmet, and gloves. Now you are ready for take-off. Enjoy Your Flight!

We do not charge taxes on our services because we are not required to by law. We are, however, required to pay numerous fees to many local, regional and state organizations, including but not limited to the City of Idaho Springs, Clear Creek County, Division of Oil and Public Safety (OPS), Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Colorado Department of Revenue and our property owner.

In addition to those fees, our booking software and credit card fees charge a large percentage of each transaction. When weather cancels events, we eat this cost. If weather is not the cancellation reason, however, we must charge the customer to recoup that cost.

In addition, we are a voluntary member of numerous local, state and national organizations that offer regulatory and strategic support to us as an outfitter. These membership costs are not included in our fees but they do provide additional layers of safety and professionalism that not all outfitters adhere to but we are committed to following. These include: Colorado River Outfitter’s Association (CROA), America Outdoors (AO), Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) and more.

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Now that you’ve learned what sort of zipline adventures we offer, book yours today!

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