Here you can find ziplines in Montana, specifically in and around popular cities and areas such as Yellowstone Park, Jackson, Cheyenne, Laramie and more.
When available, you can watch a video of each zipline course to get an idea of what they are like.
Big Sky Resort – This course, located in Big Sky Mountain Village, Montana, consists of three ziplines, one which is 525 feet long through the Moose Tracks forest. The final zip will let you fly so close to trees that you can reach out and touch them – if you’re brave enough! A Twin Zip allows you to race your best buddy. Find them on Facebook.com/bigskyresort or @bigskyresort on Twitter. Here is a video of this zipline below:
Yellowstone Zipline and Canopy Tours – Two tours are offered, one featuring 3 ziplines and an super sized course featuring 6 ziplines. Each tour features sky bridges and tree platforms. Plan a full day with a Zip and Dip package, adding a Whitewater Trip to your Zipline Tour. The Zipline Tour is located in the heart of the Gallatin National Forest/ Gallatin Mountain Range. Follow them on Facebook and be sure to watch this video of the zip line course below:
Whitefish Mountain Resort – Located in Whitefish, Montana this mountain resort offers two zipline courses, one featuring 4 ziplines and one featuring 6 ziplines. You’ll glide through the forest with amazing views of the valley. The longest zip measures in at 1900 feet and 400 feet high! Follow at Facebook.com/skiwhitefish or @skiwhitefish on Twitter.
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