Ziplines allow guests to fly over rapids and through the forest canopy at the Whitewater Center. Ziplining involves riding a cable suspended between two points, anywhere from 200 to over 1,000 feet in length.
|Figure 8||70 to 265 pounds|
|Double Down||70 to 265 pounds|
|Pine Zip||45 to 275 pounds|
|Canyon Zip||45 to 275 pounds|
|Canyon Crossing||45 to 275 pounds|
- Figure 8 features two of the longest ziplines at the Whitewater Center and a series of cable bridges through the forest.
- Double Down provides guests the most expansive views of the Whitewater Center while experiencing two of the longest ziplines.
- Canyon Zip is tucked away under tree canopies, sits atop a 20-foot platform, and has two, 200-foot-long ziplines.
- Pine Zip is a combination of a zipline and a jump and is reached by climbing up a telephone pole. An autobelay system at the top sends guests on a quick descent to the ground.
- Canyon Crossing features a single zipline and five high ropes obstacles.
- For a privately guided zipline experience, inquire about Canopy and Zip Tours.
- Ziplines require an All Access Pass.
- Ziplines are located at Hawk Island, Canyon and Ridge.
- Closed-toe shoes are required.