Bozeman Ziplining

April 28th, 2015 by

If you are looking for a unique adventure in the Bozeman area, why not go sailing through the scenery on a zipline? After all, ziplining can provide you with a stunning view you might not get otherwise, as well as a surge of adrenaline, and a sense of flying as you coast through the treetops. If experiencing a zipline adventure in the Bozeman area sounds like the perfect activity for you, there are a few places where you can make this happen:

Big Sky Resort

According to USA Today, Big Sky Resort offers one of the best zipline courses in America. The course includes the Adventure Zip, which is designed for speed, and the Nature Zip. The Adventure Zip features expansive views of Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks as you coast down the mountain 150-feet above the forest floor on lines that span up to 1,500-feet long. You can also race your friends and family members who dare on a Twin Zipline. The Nature Zip includes a 20-minute hike up Lone Mountain and consists of three ziplines ranging from 350-500 feet in length, 30-60 feet in the air. The cost of the Adventure Zip is $85 per person, while the Nature Zip is $65 per person. Visit http://bigskyresort.com/things-to-do/activities/ziplines for more information.

Yellowstone Zipline and Canopy Tours

In its sixth season, Yellowstone Zipline and Canopy Tours offer tours at two locations – Gardiner, at the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, and Gallatin Canyon, between Bozeman and Big Sky. Adventures at the Gallatin Canyon location take you 55 feet in the air, in the area where the movie “A River Runs Through It” was filmed. Both tours at this location have two zips across the Gallatin River. The location also includes swaying wooden swings and a cargo net climb. At the Yellowstone Ranch location outside of Gardiner, zips up to 1,200-feet in length are available and you can fly 200 feet above Cinnabar Creek. The cost at both locations ranges from $50-$79 for children and from $59-$88 for adults, depending on the zip selected. For more information, visit http://www.yellowstonezip.com/.

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