WINTER IN COLORADO: MORE THAN JUST SKIING?

Colorado is known for its internationally renown ski resorts such as Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Winter Park, etc. These resorts offer visitors and locals a popular winter activity option. However, what if you are not a skier, are on a budget (a ski day can quickly add up to $500/day or more), don't want to sit in ski traffic on I-70 all day, or simply are looking for other outdoor winter activities in the Rocky Mountains? Well, we got [...]

By |December 21st, 2015|Zipline|0 Comments

NOT ALL ZIP LINES ARE CREATED EQUAL!

Before you book your zip line adventure, make sure you know what you sign up for. Outfitters can build and operate a variety of zip lines based on topography, budget, and course design. Essentially, there are 3 types of zip lines: towered, canopy, and ground-to-ground. The "sport" of zip lining started with canopy tours in Costa Rica. Canopy tours mainly take place in a densely forested, jungle-type environment where zip lines are strung between large trees. Participants spend the entire tour on [...]

By |November 30th, 2015|Zipline|0 Comments
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To Zip Or Not To Zip In The Winter

Traditionally, ziplining has always been a "warm weather" activity especially with its roots in tropical climates such as Costa Rica. However, we feel that is only half the story when it comes to zip lining in Colorado. With 300 days of sunshine, the winter months offer plenty of opportunity for a very unique outdoor experience in the Rocky Mountains. People ski and snowboard in temperatures far colder than the temperatures we get in the Front [...]

By |November 16th, 2015|Zipline|0 Comments