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Lake Travis Zipline

FAQ'S

WEIGHT

Must weigh between 70-250 lbs.

HIKING

You must be able to hike 1 mile at elevation.

PREGNANT

Sorry, it's not safe to zipline while you are pregnant.

CALL YOUR DOC

Don't zip if you've had any recent surgery, especially on ankles, knees or back.

PROTECT YOUR FEET

Wear shoes with fully enclosed toe and heel, like an athletic or hiking shoe.

STRESS TEST

You must be free of chronic heart problems to be able to zip.

"EACH ZIPLINE HAS A MINIMUM BREAKING STRENGTH OF OVER 26000 LBS."

ENGINEERING

All our equipment is the product of meticulous crafting and careful engineering.

TRAINED GUIDES

Our Tour Guides go through an extensive 40 hours of training that includes a CPR and Outdoor First Aid program custom created for our course. Plus, they are also highly entertaining and ensure you are having the time of your life.

DAILY CHECKUPS

Every day, our manager thoroughly inspects all ziplines, platforms, trails, and equipment on each of our courses.

YEARLY INSPECTIONS

Each year, and accredited ACCT inspector conducts a comprehensive review of each zipline, piece of equipment and all current practices.

HOW TO PREPARE

ARRIVE EARLY

Check in 30 minutes prior to your tour time.

DRESS APPROPRIATELY

For your comfort, we recommend wearing shorts and a t-shirt (athletic clothing)

WEAR SPF

Bring your sunscreen

KEEP YOUR GLASSES

Glasses and sunglasses may be worn.

HANG ON TO YOUR CAMERA

You can bring a camera at your own risk. We also take pictures that are available for purchase at the end of the tour

COME RAIN OR SHINE

Tours operate rain or shine. If we do cancel, we'll make every effort to contact you to reschedule your tour.