GuidelinesCOLORADO ZIP LINE TOURS

Safety is always our first priority in running our zip line tours.
But, you must understand that there are inherent risks involved in any zip line tour.

Course construction

  • Our course was designed and built by Bonsai Design Inc., the leading canopy & zip line tour installer in the country.

  • Bonsai Design have been leaders in helping to form current Colorado zip line regulations. Bonsai Design was a clear choice for us when we were seeking a design and build company

  • Our zip line tours are built with redundancy into every element to help prevent failure.

  • The zip line tour is inspected daily before tours begin and periodically if we feel there is cause for a more thorough inspection (ex: wind storms, lightning.) We also have an annual inspection by a third party company.


Guides & training

  • All zip-line tour guides are required to attend a rigorous 60 to 70+ hour training and must pass a written and practical test to begin guiding.

  • All tour guides participate in an ongoing training program.

  • All guides are certified in First Aid, CPR.

  • All guide training is organized and instructed by a certified industry professionals.


Course Operations

  • All equipment is inspected after every tour for irregularities.

  • All equipment usage is monitored.

  • Two zip line guides accompany every tour.

  • All guests are instructed on basic technique before the tour in orientation and Ground School, and during the tour.

  • Guests are clipped into a belay safe attachment point while on the canopy tour. Guests are never unclipped during the tour (unless we are hiking).

  • Professional guides handle all equipment transfers on the zip line tour.