Superior Zip Lines – Located in Grand Marais, Minnesota, on the scenic North Shore of Lake Superior, Superior Zip Lines offers Minnesota’s First High Speed Double Zip Line. The course features two zip lines, 15-stories high, and over 1,500 feet in length. Visitors will reach up to 45 miles per hour, soaring above the trees, with gorgeous views of Lake Superior. Helmet cameras are available if you’d like to record your experience.
Gun Flint Lodge – The Towering Pines Canopy Tour at Gun Flint Lodge is located in Grand Marais, Minnesota and features a two hour tour through a canopy of white pine trees. There are eight zip lines available throughout the course, all varying in length, with the longest measuring 800 feet in length. Each platform offers a view of Minnesota wilderness, where you can see for miles. The Canopy Tour was the first zipline tour established in Minnesota.
Timber Flyer at Spirit Mountain – The Timber Flyer zipline is open year-round. The Timber Flyer features a bench-type seat, allowing you to ride single or double, zipping through treetops, and zooming 600 feet down the mountain, which overlooks Lake Superior and the city of Duluth. Once you are at the bottom the Timber Flyer will take you back to the top of the mountain and you can do it all over again!
Sand Creek Adventures – Located just outside of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro area in Jordan, Minnesota Sand Creek Adventures offers three extreme ziplines, a high ropes course, a low ropes course, and a giant 35 foot swing.
Camp Shamineau – Located in Motley, Minnesota Camp Shamineau offers adventures for the whole family. There are two ziplines and a high and low ropes course, plus a skate park, horse backriding, and more.
Character Challenge Course – The Character Challenge Course features ten high elements, and one of the fastest ziplines in Minnesota. The zipline measures 370 feet. The course is located in Park Rapids, Minnesota.
St. Cloud – St. Cloud University offers a challenge course consisting of experimental team buildings apparatuses, including a zipline. The course is part of the Sports Facilities and Campus Recreation group on the university campus.
Zip Line Tags
- Grand Marais Zip Line