To Zip Or Not To Zip In The Winter

ziplining in the snowTraditionally, 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 Range of the Rocky Mountains closest to Denver. So, why not do other outdoor activities such as ziplining, mountain biking, rock climbing, or snow shoeing? Moreover, there is plenty of availability, price discounts, and schedule flexibility as well as smaller groups which makes for a more personalized experience and shorter waiting times in between zip lines. If that’s not enough to get you outdoors, you get to enjoy a true Colorado-style adventure including snow-covered landscapes, stunning mountain views, rock formations, alpine meadows, and occasional wildlife. So, what are you waiting for? Book your zip line adventure today, pack some extra (non-cotton) clothes and get ready for an experience of a lifetime!

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