Perfect for families, beginners and thrill-seekers alike. This tour is a great introduction to ziplining or the opportunity to explore the forest canopy. This tour begins with a gentle ground take-off to put you into the trees. If you have never ziplined before, we recommend this adventure.
All zipline tours are located on our 300 private acres, just minutes south of Lincoln NH, on 1700' Barron Mountain. Tours feature a low-speed roller-coaster ride to the start of your tour in our 6-wheel Austrian troop transport vehicles - the Pinzgauer.
This tour takes approximately 2 hours to complete, when it is a full trip.
NOTE: From July 1st - Oct 18th - Save $10/person by booking the first tour of the day, Monday - Friday ON.
This zipline tour eases guests into the adventure, lower in the trees; it starts out mild and getting progressively faster and longer. It includes:
- 6 separate Ziplines, from 250 to 1000 feet long.
- Zip up to 60' above the ground through the forest canopy.
- Includes infamous Zip 6, a free-fall zipline, as the grand finale of your tour!
- Low speed roller-coaster ride in our Pinzguaers.
Participants must be:
- in relatively good physical condition for hiking and jumping.
- free from neck or back injuries.
- able to read, listen and understand all rules, procedures, and instructions.
- of sound body and mind and NOT under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Participants must be at least 7 years of age. Participants under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Ziplining is not recommended for expectant mothers, consult your doctor prior to visit.
Tours must have a minimum of 2 participants.
What to Bring
All Alpine Adventure activities require closed toe shoes. We recommend hiking/walking shoes.
Longer shorts or pants are preferred for comfort in the harness. No skirts or belly shirts are allowed.
Long hair must be tied back and no dangling earrings, chest or belly-button rings are allowed.
We recommend you dress for the weather, we zip rain, snow or shine. Remember gloves after Labor Day and a cap or hat under the helmet for colder weather. Bring rain gear if it's forecasted. In an emergency we have some rain jackets available on a first come, first serve basis.
Remember to apply bug repellent and/or sunscreen as appropriate. Caps may be worn under the helmet if they fit comfortably. Sunglasses may be worn if they are secure enough to not fall off when you look down and shake your head.
We like to remind our guests in the forest, hundreds of feet above the ground, we don't have lost and found - we only have lost.
The Alpine Marketplace on-site has provisions for sale if you have left something at home.