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Culver County Challenge Course
The Culver County Challenge Course features obstacles and activities to facilitate groups with team building and development. There are low rope elements for trust building and high rope elements, including two zip wires. There is also a 50 ft. Climbing Tower with a zip wire, a Pamper Pole, the Flying Squirrel and a Crate Climb to test your group or individual ability.

Dagaz Acres
Dagas Acres offers a Premier Zipline Course and an Ultimate Zipline Canopy Course. The Premier typically takes one hour and is perfect for first-timers and couch potatoes. The course is made up of seven ziplines. The Ultimate Course is for experienced zippers and thrill seekers, and takes a full two hours to complete, and includes a ravine crossing and a suspended rope walk. The course is located in Rising Sun, Indiana.

eXplore Brown County
eXplore Brown County is located in Nashville, Indiana and features 14 ziplines. Don’t miss the Night Flight Tours and the Super Hero Flights. Featuring over a mile of cable, the ziplines traverse through treetops and over lakes. Zip line lengths range from 80′ to over 1220′. You’ll scream on The Screamer! During the winter you’ll end your trip with a cup of hot chocolate while toasting in front of an outdoor campfire. Extend your stay by staying in a rustic cabin.

Go Ape Eagle Creek Park
Located in Indianapolis, Indiana Go Ape’s treetop adventure consists of ziplines obstacles and more. The park has over 3,900 acres of land and 1,400 acres of water. The course is surrounded by a swimming beach, nature preserve, hiking trails, and is just minutes from downtown Indianapolis. There are five ziplines, two Tarzan swings, the Flying Carpet, a Log Balance beam, and more than 35 other crossings and apparatuses.

Holler Hoppin’ Zip LInes
This hour and a half experience is open to the public and fun for both families, couples, and even seniors. There are six different ziplines totally 1100 feet. Participants sit in a harness, and gravity takes them from one side to the other, perfect for first time riders. Zip line tours at night are offered every Friday and Saturday evening. Reservations are required.

Lark Valley Ziplines
Lark Valley offers ten ziplines that extend over one mile, zipping through the woods of Southern Indiana. Lark Valley is located seven miles from French Lick, Indiana. Tours are offered from March until November, and each tour takes approximately two hours.

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