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Adams Eden Camp Ropes Course Adventure
Something to check off your bucket list! A visit to Adams Eden Camp Ropes Course will let you experience the Gravity Zip, a staple at Adams Eden Camp. The camp is located in LaFayette, New York. The facility is open year round.

Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course
With six different courses available, for every skill level, each member of the family can participate at this Bolton, Landing, New York Adventure Course. Each course contains 10-17 different obstacles ranging from ziplines, Tarzan swings, hanging nets, bridges, and more.

Big Bear Zip Lines
Big Bear Zip Lines is located in the Hudson Valley, and is easily accessible from New York City. The course is setup on 50 acres of woodland in Hyde Park. You’ll soar through the air at speeds of 30 mph, up to 80 feet above the ground. There are 8 ziplines in the course, which measures over 4,000 feet of zips.

Engelke Farm
A pumpkin Farm, and so much more, located in Troy, New York. The zipline is open through the month of October and is by reservation only. There are also Twilight Zip sessions available during the month of October. Take a night time zip and then stick around for a Haunted Hayride.

Greek Peak Mountain Resort Adventure Center
When you visit the Greek Peak Mountain Resort Adventure Center you’ll soar over a spectacular landscape from 60 feet above the ground, flying at speeds reaching 40 miles per hour. All four of the ziplines are dual ziplines, and one is 1,300 feet long. The tour takes approximately 90 minutes.

Howe High Adventure
The four-tower zipline at Howe High Adventure course is 900 feet long and 40 feet in the air. The zipline is part of a ropes and elements course featuring 28 challenging activities. The zipline is open May through October, and is a perfect adventure for children and families. The course is located in Howes Cave, New York.

Kittatiny Zip Line
Kittatiny Zip Line, located in Barryville, New York, features one of the longest ziplines in the country, at over 3000 feet long. You’ll soar 150 feet in the air, up to 50 mph, all while overlooking the Delaware River. Zip riders must be at least 8 years old.

New York Zipline Adventure Tours at Hunter Mountain
There’s over 4.6 miles of zipline at Adventure Tours at Hunter Mountain, located in Hunter, New York. You’ll start with a chairlift up the mountain, before zipping down five lines of pure adrenaline. Each zipline is a dual zip, and will let you race up to 50 mph. The tower takes approximately 3 hours.
Hunter, New York

Sky High Adventure Park
The Aerial Park consists of a series of platforms and bridges, traversing a four acre section of woods in Ellicottville, New York. There are 9 different courses with different levels of difficulty. All the courses have at least one zipline, and some have more than one.

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