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800' Long Zip Lines

Harness in and step up to the three-story tower and departure point for the 800’ long Zip Lines. We’ll lock you in and send you flying over the top of the park while you flip, twist, swing, or just hold on tight. High above the ground you’ll have a beautiful view of Mt. Hood and the Mt. Hood National Forest.

The departure and landing platforms, zip line cable, harnesses and elevation drop are all professionally engineered and certified with your safety in mind. The zip line guides will ensure you are properly secured and ready for an adventure of a lifetime. This activity is a park favorite, so don’t miss out!

 

 

 

 

Restrictions

  • Weight Requirement
  • Signed Release Required
  • 40 to 240 lbs

Fun Facts

  • Length of zip lines
  • Vertical drop
  • 800 feet
  • 50 feet (approximately)

 

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