(877) 747-RAFT

Meeting place: Top of the Rockies Zip Line located between Frisco and Leadville near the summit of Fremont Pass

Starting Time: 9:00 am, 12:00 pm or 3:00 pm

Approximate trip time: 2 hours

Restrictions: 50 lbs. to 260 lbs.

Minimum Age: 7

Price: $125 for adults and $100 for children age 12 and under

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* To ensure your questions regarding COVID and Zipline tours are addressed accordingly please call the tour operator directly to book at 970-668-5323


Winter Weather + Ziplining + Snow Cats = Ultimate Colorado!

Relax and enjoy the views in cozy comfort as you are transported almost 1,000 vertical feet in a Snow Coach to the first zip line departure deck. Look for possible wildlife as the driver points out areas of interest and gives commentary about the history of the area. (Alternateoptional shuttle may be used if trail conditions are not appropriate for the snow cat. Polaris Rangers, and cat-track vans also provide safe and scenic transportation up the steep trails.) Zip line guides are certified on the course and will accompany guests as they fly from area to area on lines from 400 to 850 feet, some with cables 300 feet off the ground. All six separate zip line sections have DOUBLE CABLES FOR SAFETY and distinctly different terrain. “Self-Braking is not required; we have an automatic braking system. Guests will soar on one single, side by side on TWIN LINES on four sections over dense pine forests, deep canyons and remote alpine meadows at ‘the top of the world’ then fly the BIG NUGGET ZIP, #6, and land on our 100’ Sky Tower. The Big Nugget is a TRIPLE ZIP. Our Zip Line is registered with the State of Colorado and was built and inspected according to the highest standards. Weight and age restrictions apply. Hot chocolate is provided.

Know Before You Go: Helmets are mandatory and provided but bring your own winter gloves! Complimentary coveralls and boots are available if needed, but personal warm winter apparel is appropriate and recommended. Guests must bring goggles or sunglasses as eye protection is not provided.

Cool fact: The longest zip line in the world is located in Peru and is 6,990 feet (1.3 miles) long. It’s called The Eye of the Jaguar and can reach speeds of 68 miles per hour.

*Check-in is required 30 minutes prior to departure time.