Experience Branson from Above
A Thrilling Adventure Right in the City
Excitement and thrills are waiting for you just three blocks off Branson’s famous Highway 76 Strip. Take in breathtaking views of the Ozark Mountains after climbing a 70 ft high tower, sure to get your adrenaline pumping. You will love the feeling of flying through the air at speeds up to 50 mph, with professional guides keeping you safe and having a great time.
Able to accommodate ages 8+ and weights of 70 to 275 pounds, we’re a destination for families looking for adventure that everyone can enjoy. With over 500 5-Star reviews on TripAdvisor, you can rest assured we’ll make sure you leave with memories for a lifetime.
Ages 8+ welcome. An adult must be present to allow kids under 18 to zip.
Must weigh between 70-275 lbs to zip.
Wear snug fitting shoes with a fully-enclosed toe and heel, like an athletic, boot or hiking shoe.
On our 7 line tour you spend a lot of time off the ground. After scaling our Adrenaline Tower you won’t touch the ground for the rest of the tour, crossing 3 rope bridges in between lines. Our bridges are a big hit on our tour and let you enjoy the views at a little slower speed.
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Safety is our top priority so you can focus on the fun. We do detailed inspections routinely on our lines and our equipment is checked daily by our professionally trained experts. Our employees are carefully chosen and trained at the highest level, understanding every aspect of proper zipline safety. You’ll be attached to two separate lines, making this one of the safest adventures around.
Our tour is designed for use by anyone who is over the age of eight (8+). You must be sixteen years old (16) or older to zip alone. The zipline can carry passengers up to two hundred and seventy-five pounds.
Many people have a fear of heights, but they’re still able to enjoy going on a zipline adventure! You must remember that you will be clipped (double) to a steel cable that is over a half inch thick. Our guides are trained to be with you throughout your entire adventure and to provide any amount of support that you need. You will have two guides with you on each line, and when you are not riding the zip line you are always attached by a safety line to the towers and bridges. At your highest point, you will be 65 feet off the ground, but the average is 35 feet.
If you’re taking a tour, you will spend around 2.5 hours on the tour. It takes about 20 minutes to complete orientation and training. The canopy tour tends to take around 2 to 2.5 hours to complete. You will get to ride all 7 ziplines that range from 450 to 2,000 feet long.
When you’re planning to go on a zipline adventure, the first thing that you need to do is to make sure that you are wearing comfortable clothing. We recommend dressing in layers based on the weather. Skirts are not permitted unless you are wearing shorts or pants underneath, and anything that is loose, like scarves or jewelry, should be removed. Close-toed shoes are required, and long hair should be tied back. You should take everything out of your pockets, including cell phones, so that they do not end up hopelessly lost on the floor of the forest.
You can go down a zipline in the rain, but not if there is any lightning. We try to make sure that we contact everyone who is booked for a ziplining adventure in the event of a storm. If your adventure is canceled due to inclement weather, you can opt to reschedule and rain checks will be issued in lieu of a refund. Please know that the temperature can drop when you’re going on a zipline during the winter months, so make sure that you dress appropriately. Thick socks, a warm jacket that can zip up, a warm winter hat, thermal underwear, and even a face mask can be helpful if you’re going to be on a ziplining adventure in the winter months.
That is totally up to you, but it is common industry practice to give a tip to your guide. If they have provided you with the experience that you were hoping for, it is normal for a guide to receive a 10-15% tip per person.
Reservations are not required but are highly recommended. If we are not busy and you choose to walk in without a reservation, we can usually get you right in. However, during our busiest times, walk in wait times could be as much as two hours. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to make a quick phone call and reserve a spot for your group.
We can have up to seven people per tour. If your group consists of less than seven people, you will likely be paired up with another small group.
Your guide will fit you securely into a seat harness. You’ll also be given a helmet, gloves, a trolley system, which is what moves you along the cables, and three lanyards that have safety clips on them.
Yes, we do offer group rates. If you are interested in knowing more about saving the most money for your group, please contact us at 417-239-3030 or visit our group page. These bookings must be arranged in advance and will not be honored on a same day or walk-in basis.