Ziplines in Maine
Here you can find zip lines in and around popular cities and locations in Maine such as Portland, Bangor, Kennebunkport and more!
Sunday River Ziplines – Sunday River Ziplines consists of six wood lined zips, including a set of 750 foot ziplines located at Sunday River Ski Resort. The other ziplines range in size from 100 feet to 300 feet, soaring you over a ravine and a stream in the Maine woods. Sunday River Ziplines is located in Newry, Maine, easily accessible from Maine’s largest cities.
Monkey Trunks – Monkey Trunks Extreme Aerial Adventure offers three locations, including one in Saco, Maine. Release your inner monkey and burn off some excess energy in the challenge course, starting with the King Kong level and finishing with the Black Level. There are 48 challenges (including ropes, bridges, logs) to cross, 3 ziplines, and a 35-foot giant swing.
Seacoast’s Crazy Apes Adventure Park and Zip Lines – Crazy Apes offers a 3 hour aerial adventure, including bridges, ropes, and a 1000 foot zipline. There are seven different obstacle trails for different abilities and skill levels. Your adventure will also include rides on three ziplines, boasting over 2000 feet of zipline. If you just want to do the ziplines and skip the challenge course that is an option available. Crazy Apes is located in Windham, Maine.
Monkey C Monkey Do – Located in Wiscasset, Maine, Monkey C Monkey Do offers a course with 30 obstacles from 12 to 50 feet in the air, featuring five ziplines. The course offers various levels of difficulty, so you are never out of your comfort zone, unless you want to be!
Sugarloaf – You’ll begin your Sugarloaf adventure by zipping over the Rookie River, 30 feet in the air. The zipline tour features six different zips with lengths up to 250 feet. Sugarloaf is located in Carrabassett Valley, Maine and is a well-known location for a variety of other outdoor activities, including golf, skiing and biking.
Take Flight – Located in Kittery, Maine the Take Flight Adventure Course offers 60 obstacles and six different ziplines that will have you soaring through the trees. The zip lines are between 100 and 600 feet long and you will use bridges and cargo nets to get from one zip to the next. Zip line tours last roughly 2 hours.
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