Here you can get a quick view of what each zipline course is like before you make a trip.
We try to include zipline videos of each location if available so you have a better idea of what to expect.
Tree To Tree Aerial Adventure Course – Located in Gaston, Oregon, this zipline adventure course is considered a playground in the trees and features an aerial ropes course, tree top obstacles, and of course ziplines. The course is located just a short distance from Portland on Hagg Lake. Follow them on Facebook. Here is a point of view zipline video of their course below:
Gold Hill, OR
Rogue Valley Zipline Adventure – Zip above the Rogue Valley on over 2700 feet of zipline, and five seperate zips. Your final zip will take you to the gold mining town of Kane Creek Canyon. The course is locate in Gold Hill, Oregon. Follow them on Facebook or @asdf on Twitter. Check out a video of this zipline, too:
Scott Mills, Oregon
Camp Dakota Camp Ground – Camp Dakoka’s 3 zip lines are part of a zip lines and ropes course designed to test courage and coordination. The camp area also offers paintball, teepee and yurt rentals, and gold panning. Make a weekend of it! Camp Dakokat is located in Scott Mills, Oregon. Follow them at Facebook.com/CampDakota and check out a video of this zipline in Oregon below:
Tree House Ziplines – With over a mile of cable TreeHouse Ziplines boasts 18 different treehouses and a variety of platforms. The course also has five swings, 20 flights of stars, four ladders, and some horses and chickens, just for good measure. There is also a fresh water swimming pool for your enjoyment. Spend the night in one of the Treesort houses! The course is located on Siskiyou National Forest land. Follow them on Facebook. Here is a video of their zipline course:
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