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ZION ZIPLINE AT ZION CANYON
Zion Zipline and Helicopter Zipline Tours are coming soon to the Zion Canyon area entrance of Zion National Park!
- Coming to Zion soon!
- Zip Line Tours from $85 and Helicopter Zipline Tours from $145
- 4 Proposed Zip Lines to start with totaling 3,500’
- Speeds Up To 70 mpg
- Advanced Pneumatic Air Cushion Trolly Braking System will be utilized
- 8 Steel and Stainless Steel Platforms will be constructed and placed on Lava cliffs above the Virgin River Valley
THE ZIP LINE
Zion Zipline is currently finalizing engineering, testing, and initial construction of the first eight steel and stainless steel zip-line platforms to be erected on the steep lava cliffs and bluffs at the entrance of Zion National Park and Zion Canyon, and we have plans to be open soon!
Zip Line enthusiasts from around the world will soon be able to experience a world class Utah Zip Line experience like no other, while at the same time also enjoying the amazing lava clifftop views of Zion’s famous West Temple, Smithsonian Butte, and the gorgeous high panoramic views of the lush and green Virgin River valley below. Zion Helicopters will be providing the Helicopter Zipline Tours to the lava clifftops from its brand new Zion Utah Facility that is now open and located right at the base of the Zipline complex and right on Highway SR-9 and the Virgin River.
Utilization of multiple zip-line rider safety systems including a patent pending Advanced Pneumatic Air Cushion Trolly Braking System that will allow for speeds of up to 70 mph and back to 0 with our very own exclusive ultra safe and reliable progressive air cushion trolley brake stopping system. This new advanced braking system is fully automatic and does not require any operator interaction or power supply of any kind to safely and progressively stop the Zipline trolly.
Located 1 mile southwest of Zion National Park and on SR-9, the scenic highway that goes right into Zion Canyon. The area we are located is in the scenic and green virgin river valley and lava bluff area just before Rockville.