If you live or plan on traveling to the big state of Texas, keep this page bookmarked as it contains the most popular ziplines in Texas – in and around popular cities and locations such as Houston, Galveston, San Antonio, Austin, Fort Worth, Corpus Christi, South Padre Island and many more.
Lake Travis Zipline Adventures – Volente, Texas. This Austin outdoor adventure boasts 5 ziplines, including the longest zipline in Texas at over 2000 feet. Enjoy awesome views of Lake Travis and the Texas Hill Country. The last zip will launch you off a cliff that is over 20 stories high! Follow them at Facebook.com/ziplaketravis or @TravisZipline on Twitter. Here is a video of this zipline course below:
Wired Zipline Challenge Course – Located in Canton, Texas, about an hour from Dallas, this course features over 3,500 feet of cable. Home of the longest zipline in Texas. The course is located on 20 acres of rural Texas terrain next to a winding creek. Canton is known as the Wild Hog Capitol of Texas, so keep your eyes peeled for piggies! Follow on Facebook and check this video out:
Beaumont Ranch – Zip over 1,500 above the Texas prairie at Beaumont Ranch. The course includes six zip lines and reaches the height of four stories in some places. The Rance is an 800 acre working cattle ranch and bed & breakfast, located in Grandview, Texas. They also claim to have the longest zip line in Texas. Follow on Facebook and take a look at this video of the zip line below:
Adrenaline Rush Zip Line Tours – Located in Jacksonville, Texas this adventure course offers nightime zipping! The course also offers 7 ziplines, the longest stretching over 1700 feet. Almost all the lines cross over water, and many of the ziplines crisscross over each other–there may be someone zipping below you! Follow them on Facebook and watch a video of this zip line in Texas here:
New York, Texas ZipLine Adventures – This guided adventure tour features 6 ziplines, where you will soar over the East Texas countryside. The course is located just 15 miles east of Athens, Texas. Prepare to zip over 100 feet off the ground! Winston, the resident boxer dog, also enjoys zipping! Follow them here Facebook or @GoZipTexas on Twitter. Here’s a video of their zipline course. They also say they have the longest zipline in Texas. You be the judge.
Zip Nac – Located in Nacogdoches, Texas, this course features 5 ziplines and a 900 foot dual line, allowing you to race your best buds. Zip Nac also offers Full Moon excursions, allowing you to zip by moonlight. Follow at Facebook.com/ZipNac or @zipnac on Twitter.
Cypress Valley Canopy Tours – Located in Austin, Texas this eco-adventure allows you to fly through a cypress forest, where trees are over 100 feet tall. The tour consists of three sky bridges and six ziplines. After your zip adventure enjoy a picnic and a swim at a private lake. Follow on Facebook or @canopytours on Twitter.
Wimberley Zipline Adventures – Located between Austin and San Antonio, the course is made up of eight different ziplines ranging in size from 150 feet to 900 feet. The zips are mounted between two hillsides allowing you to zip over the valley at a height of 100 feet. The course is located on the Four Winns’ Ranch. Follow on Facebook or @wimberlyzipline on Twitter.
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