Zip Lines in Colorado
For thrill seekers, a ride on a zip line in Colorado near Keystone is a must-do activity! Feel the rush of the fresh Rocky Mountain air as you glide through the evergreens and over streams on this fun tour. There are several zip line companies in Summit County, some of which operate in the winter season as well.
Breck Flyer Zipline
The Breck Flyer Zipline at Breckenridge Ski Resort is a two-stage zip line with almost 1,500 ft. of line. A single ride is $35 or can be added to an All Day Fun Park ticket for $22.
Colorado Ziplines has two locations for adventurous travelers, one in Idaho Springs and one in Glenwood Springs. The one in Idaho Springs is the highest and longest course in Colorado with eight 65 ft. tall launch towers next to I-70. They offer two trips, one in the morning and one in the afternoon or you can pair a zip line trip with a whitewater rafting adventure for a full-day of exhilarating fun.
Top of the Rockies
Top of the Rockies Zip Line offers zip line tours year-round and rides in Colorado’s back country. The company has more than 8,000 ft. of zip lines and six zip line sections. Spring, summer, and fall tours range from two to four hours with the first ride at 9:30 a.m. and the last at 3:30 p.m.
About 45 minutes from Keystone is Zip Adventures in Vail and was rated by Travel + Leisure as one of “The World’s Coolest Zip Lines.” The course has six progressive zip lines depending on your ability and comfort level. The lines range from “The Bunny Hill,” an easy line for any rider, to the “What was I thinking?” a 1,000 ft. line into a canyon.
Plan your Summit County vacation with adding a zip line tour to your itinerary among these other thrilling activities.