One of the most scenic spots in Colorado, Castle Rock is a charming little spot not too far outside Denver. A true haven for outdoors enthusiasts and nature lovers, Castle Rock, boasts all sorts of outdoor activities, with a particularly rich and diverse array of parks and natural trails. Open spaces and green areas make up over a quarter of the town's total land area, and Castle Rock also enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine per year, making it a lovely spot to spend a day for people of all ages.
One of the most popular and fast-growing activities in the area of Castle Rock is zip lining, and the zip line tours at the Castle Rock Adventure Park are among the top-rated things to do in the whole great state of Colorado. Whether you’re a seasoned zip line expert or a total newbie, you’ll fall in love with the views and experiences offered by these amazing zip lines, with Castle Rock providing the perfect backdrop to your high flying adventures.
Castle Rock Zip Line Tours - 1375 West Plum Creek Parkway, Castle Rock, CO 80109 (720 733-9477)
Sail through the skies in one of Colorado's prettiest locations with the Castle Rock Zip Line Tour. Located within the beautiful Phillip S Miller Park, this zip line tour is part of the Castle Rock Adventure Park, which also features a host of additional activities like the Adventure Tower, Ninja Warrior obstacle course, Sky Trek, white water rafting tours, and more.
Focusing on the Castle Rock Zip Line Tour, this experience lasts for between two and a half and three hours in total and features an impressive tally of ten zip lines overall. Each line is different, offering unique views and experiences every time, and there are over one and a half miles of cable to glide along throughout the full experience. Glide like a bird high up in the air over beautiful swathes of forests and fields with these amazing zip lines, reaching speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.
Guests will be given a tutorial of how to use all the equipment and a full introductory lesson by trained, friendly guides before setting off, so even if you've never ridden any zip lines before or have a fear of heights, you'll have warm, welcoming faces to help you enjoy your adventure to the maximum. There's even a dual line, allowing riders to race against one another, perfect for siblings, best friends, or husband and wife duos. Ranked as one of the top ten attractions in the whole state of Colorado, the Castle Rock Zip Line Tour is simply unmissable for any visitors to this great state.
Important Info and Rider Requirements
The Castle Rock Zip Line Tour is one of the best attractions in the Denver region, and there are some important things that every prospective zipliner needs to bear in mind to ensure that every guest has the best possible time.
There are no age limits with the Castle Rock Zip Line Tour, but there is a weight limit system. All riders need to weigh at least 70 pounds for safety reasons, while the maximum weight of any individual participant is 250 pounds. Any children that want to participate in the zip line tour need to fit in with these weight limits too, and any child under 8 needs to be accompanied by an adult throughout the entire tour. Kids aged 9 and older can take part without an adult by their side.
All guests are taught how to use the zip lines safely and use a gloved hand to adjust the speed of their flight along the lines, and the tour does involve some moderate hiking, so all participants are recommended to be in average physical condition with no mobility or health issues. Anyone with a heart, respiratory, or other serious health conditions may be refused entry.
On the big day of your zip line tour at Castle Rock, be sure to wear tight, good-fitting footwear that doesn't have any chance of flying off mid-flight. A good pair of hiking boots is recommended, especially in wet or slippery conditions. Visitors are also encouraged to wear comfortable, close-fitting clothes for their zip line tours to have the best possible experiences without any issues. Skirts and shorts are not recommended, and any long hair will need to be tied up.