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Soar Through The Skies & See Durango From Above

Looking for something different to do on your next summer trip to Durango? Check out Durango ziplining - a new and awesome outdoor activity that has become very popular over the past couple of years!

Tico Time River RV Resort

Tico Time River RV Resort

20 Road 2050, Aztec, NM 87410

Your adventure starts here! 74 Acre Outdoor Adventure & Water Park 22 miles South of Durango. Ziplines, 60’ tower jump, 40’ Skyswing, Waterslides, Waterslide Jumps, Paddleboarding, River Tubing, and more. From relaxing on our sand be... [Business Info]

Durango Adventures

Durango Adventures

20673 US Hwy 160, Durango, CO 81301

Set in the heart of Durango, CO just one mile from Downtown, Durango Adventures offers Durango’s best activities! Zip through a Ponderosa pine forest with stunning views of the San Juan Mountains! Whether you have a little time or a lot,... [Business Info]

Soaring Tree Top Adventures

Soaring Tree Top Adventures

964 County Road 200, Durango, CO 81301

Soaring Tree Top Adventures is the largest, longest zip line tour in the world, with 27 zip line spans. Soaring has been rated the best zip line in the U.S., and the #1 Tour and #1 Attraction in the U.S., #1 Tour and #1 Attraction in Colora... [Business Info]


See Durango From Above

Durango has a few great ziplining companies and has quickly become one of the top things to do in Durango, Colorado. You will zip through the Colorado sky high above the aspen trees for an experience you will never forget! Durango has some of the best ziplining companies and you won't find a better destination to zip through the sky.

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Soaring Zipline Tour

5.5 Hours

Come Soar Over the San Juan Mountains! This Colorado zip line tour through the mountains of Duran...

Fly Through The Skies

Ziplining is the best vacation activity to get your heart pumping. Zipping through the air is such special way to appreciate Durango’s pristine mountains, alpine meadows and beautiful rivers. Soar like a bird above the floor of canyons, rivers, and aspen trees. Enjoy the stunning beauty from a rarely seen viewpoint. You will find Durango adventure and tour providers to be highly trained, personable and dedicated to showing visitors this new safe, eco-friendly outdoor trend.

How Ziplining Works

Participants wear a harness with a caribiner that is attached to a wheel on a cable strung between trees. You'll receive safety training and learn how to put on the harness and latch onto the cable. You’ll learn how to control your zipline speed and how to brake if you want to slow down while zipping on a cable. You push off from a platform on one tree and zip along the cable to a platform on another tree. Ziplining can suspend you anywhere from 20- to 80-feet.

Two thousand miles in a car can make anyone long for release. In Colorado, we found it soaring on ziplines through a canopy of ponderosa pines at the end of a canyon where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, a.k.a. Newman and Redford, leaped to the Animas River.Heather Smith MacIsaac, Travel + Leisure

Challenge Yourself

Think of ziplining as new way to experience nature. Discover the spectacular raw beauty of Colorado as most people have never seen it before. Imagine a fantastic trip where you and your family safely zip along from platform to platform on stainless steel cables. Durango has the perfect balance of tourists and locals. Many locals discover Durango as a vacation destination, then decide to relocate and permanently reside in the this special region of America. Durango is not only a great place to visit, it is a great place to live.

Increasingly, locals and visitors alike are trying ziplines in Durango because Durango is loaded with year-round recreational opportunities and has the small-town feel that everyone appreciates. After your exhilarating zipline experience, be sure to relax by checking out shopping, things to do, and restaurants.

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