Here you can find many different ziplines in Alaska including locations such as Juneau, Anchorage, Ketchikan and more.
If you live, are vacationing or perhaps are stationed in this beautiful state, you will definitely want to try one of these zipline courses out in addition to the many other activities such as hiking, fishing, camping, etc.
Zip Rider Zip Line at Icy Strait Point – Billed as the world’s largest zipline–here are the details: 5,330 feet long, 1,300 foot vertical drop, 60 mph maximum speed, 300 feet highest point from ground. You will sit in a harness style seat and up to six people can be launched at once, making it a race to the finish. Follow at Facebook.com/IcyStraitPoint or @icystraitpoint on Twitter. Check out a point of view video of this zipline below:
Alaska Zipline Adventures – Located in the Alaskan rainforest at Juneau’s Eaglecrest Ski Area, the Original Zipline Tour features multiple zips and themed platforms featuring: Alaskan Bears, Fishing & Crabbing, Logging & Lumberjacks, Native Culture, and Gold Mining. New in 2012, participants can try their hand at axe throwing when their zip tour is finished. Two other tours are offered: Alpine Zip & Glacier Adventure and the Zip & Jeep Adventure. Follow at Facebook.com/Alaskazip or @alaskazip on Twitter. Watch this video of Alaska Zipline Adventures below:
Alaska Canopy Adventures – Alaska’s Ultimate Canopy & Zipline Expedition – Juneau
This eco-adventure takes place on over 6,000 feet of dual ziplines, suspension bridges, and a ground-based trail network. Check out the relics of a world famous gold mine as you zip overhead! Follow on Facebook. Check out a video of Alaska Canopy Adventures zipline below:
Rainforest Canopy & Zipline Expedition – Glide through the rainforest along a series of eight dual cable zip lines, navigating three aerial bridges in the Tongass National Forest. Keep a loook out for eagles and bears, you might spot one!
Bear Creek Zipline Adventure – This adventure thrills with ziplines, tree platforms, a suspension bridge, rappelling, and a giant mountain slide. Yes, a 250-foot mountain slide. You’ll also experience panoramic ocean, forest, and mountain views. The advenuture is located in the Herring Cove rainforest reserve, eight miles from Ketchikan.
Rainforest Canopy Ropes & Zipline Park – 7 Zip lines make up this course, that will have you swinging, scrambling, climbing and zipping through Alaska’s forest canopy. Catch a glimpse of the ocean as you glide between trees. The Ropes and Zipline Park is located in Clover Pass at the “Southeast Exposure Outdoor Adventure Center”. Follow them on Facebook or @asf on Twitter.
Denali Zipline Tours – Opening in Spring 2012.
Alaska Excursions – Grizzly Falls Ziplining Expedition – Glide through a course of 11 ziplines, the longest measuring longer than two football fields! You’ll zip over glacially fed waterfalls–you’ll be close enough to actually feel the mist. There are four suspension bridges designed for picture taking. Follow at Facebook.com/AlaskaExcursions or @alaskaex on Twitter.
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