Zion Country Action Tours offers two different zipline adventures, one in the desert and one in an oasis.
The Paragon Adventure boasts a zipline that is 800 feet long, and a total of five ziplines that fly over a river canyon and a spring fed swimming pool.
The Max Zipline Canopy Tour is open Monday through Saturday and is located seven minutes from the mouth of Provo Canyon. The zipline is next to the Provo River in the Wasatch Mountains, and offers visitors beautiful views of wildlife and Mt. Timpanogos. The zipline length varies from 700 to a whopping 1400 feet. Full-moon zipline tours are also available.
Mystic River Outdoor Adventures offers a zipline tour starting at just $49, featuring two runs that are each 700 feet long for a total of 1400 feet of zip. The tour zips folks 160 feet above the ground and visitors take a short hike to reach the launching tower and the gorgeous views. Group rates are available. Mystic River is located just north of Glendale Utan between Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon.
Ziprider offers zipline tours in four Utah locations. First is a Ziprider located at the Utah Olympic Park–you may see Olympic athletes practicing while you zip overhead! Considered the steepest zipline in the world, with a vertical drop of over 500 feet, riders travel up to 60 mph. There is also a four cable zipline that is 750 feet in length that is perfect for younger riders.
The Ziprider location in Park City Mountain, Utah allows up to four people to race each other, up to 50 mph, and 110 feet in the air.
The Ziprider location at Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah has two sets of ziplines, two cables at 750 ft. long and 2 cables that are 1950 feet long. Race your friends and see who wins!
The Ziprider tour at Snowbird, Utah Ski and Summer Resort offers two side by side cables, also allowing you to race your friends, each 1000 feet long. Be prepared for a line, especially on the weekends.
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