We are the originator of zipline canopy tours in Alaska. It all began with us, and we do it best! Our courses are the largest in Alaska—the longest ziplines, breathtaking sky bridges, rappelling, rugged 4×4 mountain ascents, and much more. We’ll show you Alaska’s rainforest as few get to experience it!
Rainforest Zip, Skybridge & Rappel Adventure: Mercedes Unimog 4×4 ride up the hillside, 8 ziplines ranging from 100-850 feet, 3 suspension bridges allowing for wildlife viewing, 11 platforms, rappel to the forest floor from a 55-foot tower, with photos available for purchase. Time permitting you can visit the Alaska Raptor Center Exhibit, Totem Park, Historic Sawmill, Blacksmith, and General Store.
Aerial Zip & Rappel Course: Mercedes Unimog 4×4 ride up the hillside, 8 ziplines with views of Bear Creek and a forest waterfall, 10 platforms, lower height and weight requirement than other ziplines, with photos available for purchase. Time permitting you can visit the Alaska Raptor Center Exhibit, Totem Park, Historic Sawmill, Blacksmith, and General Store.
Alpine Zipline Adventure: Located in Juneau’s Eaglecrest Ski Area, 5 ziplines varying in length and height – ranging from 100 feet tall to 600 feet long, 10 platforms, an aerial suspension bridge, fully enclosed treehouse platforms, and axe throwing.
We zip rain or shine! Rain jackets will be provided at the start of the tour. We recommend you dress warm and in layers if the weather is cooler, rainy or windy.
Our zipline courses are accessible to a wide range of people, abilities and ages. The Rainforest Zip, Skybridge & Rappel course is for those who have already experienced ziplining or are seeking new challenges, and our Aerial Zip & Rappel and Alpine Zipline Adventure courses are perfect for families, groups and first-time zipliners!
We have photographers ready and waiting for you to fly through the trees, with your photos available for purchase after your adventure.
Safety is fundamental to our operations. Our safety policies and procedures eclipse the standards established by the Association for Challenge Course Technology, the recognized authority in this field. We use state of the art equipment, provide extensive guide training, and conduct our tours in a safe environment.
We use state-of-the-art course gear. Equipment includes harnesses, safety lanyards, pulleys/trolleys, carabineers, and helmets. Equipment is inspected daily and maintained in top condition to provide the safest and most comfortable zipping experience.
Closed-toe shoes are required. Long pants and layered clothing are recommended. Rain gear is provided.
Aerial Zip & Rappel Course: Minimum height 50 inches, minimum weight 70 pounds
Rainforest Zip, Skybridge & Rappel Adventure: Minimum height 60 inches, minimum weight 90 pounds
Alpine Zipline Adventure: Minimum age 8 years old, minimum weight 70 pounds
For all ziplines:
• Maximum weight is 250 pounds. Weight limits are established to ensure proper zipping speed on the courses.
• All participants must be willing and able to understand and follow instructions.
Yes, a waiver/release form is required to be completed by all participants. Relatives other than the actual parents or legal guardians cannot accompany nor sign the waiver for a minor by law. A parent or legal guardian must sign the required waiver for minor children and must accompany and actively participate in the tour.
With at least 24 hours’ notice we are happy to work together to try and find a subtle accommodation for a variety of disabilities. We recommend you first consult your doctor to receive a release for the activity and then contact us directly to try and find a safe accommodation.