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Soar over a rugged canyon and explore the majestic Rocky Mountains on Colorado's first World-Class Zipline Tour, challenge yourself on Colorado's largest Aerial Course, or test your climbing prowess and scale the cliffs on our Via Ferrata. With the unveiling of our new Aerial Adventure Park, Captain Zipline is Colorado's largest and most exciting adventure park.

Captain Zipline Aerial Adventure Park

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Lost canyon zipline tour

Suspend your fear as you zip along our cables, reaching speeds up to 40 mph, and soar over the canyon floor some 100-200 feet below! Guests come for the adventure, but they get a whole lot more--while taking short hikes between the platforms, they can marvel at the 300 million-year-old colorful rocky cliffs, look down at the 1890 lime kiln ruins and abandoned silver mine shaft, or learn about the area's rich past, steeped in mining and Wild West history. Highlights of the tour include the Pack Rat Penthousepetrified travertine spring formationspinyon pine bonsai tree growing out of solid rock, and the highest point in the tour--the Eagle's Nest deck--perched 500 ft. above the whitewaters of the Arkansas River. Check out the views of awesome 14,000 ft. mountain peaks from the zipline platforms...after all, this is Colorado Rocky Mountain High at its finest! 

canyon aerial course

Take to the air on our Canyon Aerial Course, the largest of its kind in Colorado and challenge yourself on 9 courses and 120 elements. Test your mettle as you cross catwalks, swinging bridges, cargo nets, tight wires, rope and cable swings. We also have a flying snowboard! Courses consist of linked combinations of elements and are rated with color codes like ski areas. Yellow and Green are for beginners or those looking for a more leisurely tour. Blue runs are for those looking for a lively challenge. Black and Double Black are not for the faint of heart, but for those who are seeking a demanding challenge full of thrills and excitement. Course heights vary from 1 meter to 20 meters above the canyon floor.