With an incredible skyline, super night life, beautiful beaches, and endless sunny days, Miami is quite literally one of the hottest locations in all of North America. The city is well known for its beauty and influence, as well as being one of the cleanest cities in all of America. Countless visitors flock to Miami each and every year to take in the sights, sounds, and experiences of this incredible coastal city, enjoying activities like boating, sailing, scuba diving, fishing, and more.

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With ziplining and zip line tours becoming hugely popular around the US in recent years, visitors to Miami might also be wondering what sort of zip line options the city has to offer. For now, Miami doesn't have any zip line tours or experiences in the city itself or the surrounding area, but there are several great zip line locations in the state of Florida, and some of them are only a couple of hours away from downtown Miami. Here are a few key examples:

1. Tree-Umph Adventure CourseTree-Umph Adventure Course 21805 State Road 70 East, Bradenton, FL 34211 (855 322-2130)

Located on the western side of Florida, not far from Sarasota and a few hours away from Miami, the Tree-Umph Adventure Course is another great option for zip line enthusiasts in the state of Florida. With several platforms, bridges, obstacles, and zip lines dotted about among the trees, this zip line course really puts you in the role of a monkey, free to leap and zip among the canopy. It's one of the most exciting attractions in the area and has proven highly popular with families.

2. Planet Air Sports - 1401 Green Road, Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442 (954 638-7478)

Just north of Miami, not far from Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Planet Air Sports provides an incredible indoor adventure arena for all ages, complete with climbing walls, trampolines, and several exciting zip lines. This indoor family fun center boasts two different zip line and ropes courses. Guests will have to make their way across ropes, nets, swinging bridges, barrels, planks, and more before finally arriving at Florida's one and only indoor zip line, sending them speeding across the room at stunning speeds.

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3. Forever Florida - 4755 N. Kenansville Road, St. Cloud, Florida 34773 (407 957-9794)

Featuring all sorts of outdoor adventures and activities, Forever Florida gives guests some remarkable opportunities to experience the Floridian wilderness like never before. Featuring a Zip Line Roller Coaster, as well as additional dual zip lines and even a free fall zip line rappel, there's a whole lot of great ziplining action to enjoy at Forever Florida. The longest zip line at this location is a whopping 1,300 feet and offers speeds of up to 30 miles per hour as guests zoom down to the ground from a height of 78 feet above the ground level.

4. Treetop Trek Aerial Adventures - 8225 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne, FL 32940 (321 254-9453)

Only a few hours away from Miami is the Treetop Trek Aerial Adventures course. With several zip line tour options to suit all ability levels and ages, this company is perfect for almost everyone. Beginners can make their way along the introductory course, which features 21 obstacles and two zip lines offering views of the nearby zoo, while seasoned zipliners can check out the Intermediate or Expert tours featuring up to 14 zip lines in total and dozens of additional obstacles and elements to enjoy. If you'd rather cut out the obstacles, Treetop Trek also offers a zip line only tour with nine zip lines stretching out across the beautiful Florida landscapes.

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Important Information for Miami Zip Lines

All zip line experiences around the world have their own rules and participant requirements. Many zip line operators try to accommodate as many visitors as possible, but they often have to include height, weight, and age restrictions in order to maintain top levels of safety for all guests. Guests aged under 10 are often now allowed to ride the zip lines, but this can vary from one operator to the next, so it’s smart to get in touch with each company and visit their website to learn the details before booking a tour.

When riding the zip lines, guests are encouraged to wear comfortable, close-fitting clothes. Skirts and dresses are usually not allowed due to the nature of the harnesses, and long hair needs to be tied up for safety reasons too. Loose items and valuables should be kept secure, and close-toed shoes are essential as loose footwear like sandals could easily fall off and get lost.

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