What You'll Get
Ziplining is an exhilarating way to enjoy aerial views of nature without sucking on a helium tank until you get really big and drift away. Float above treetops with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a zipline tour for two (up to $198 value)
- $186 for a zipline tour for four (up to $396 value)
The three-hour canopy tour, which traverses eight ziplines and 12 flight platforms, escalates from a low-flying introductory ride to heights of up to 80 feet and speeds of up to 30 mph. Led by trained guides, each tour includes a review of safety procedures, a Robertson full-body harness, and all the necessary safety equipment. For more details, see the tour description.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 30, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid starting 4/1/14. Merchant only accepts groups of 5 or more in winter season. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. Big Bear Ziplines cancellation policy applies. Cannot be used towards the purchase of other merchandise/services. Subject to weather and company's requirements/restrictions. Must be between 80 lbs and 250 lbs. and in decent physical shape. Transportation available from metro north station for an additional charge; please call for information. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Big Bear Ziplines
More than 4,000 feet of ziplines form a high-flying network across a 50-acre plot of woods and hay fields at Big Bear Ziplines. Per their name, the outdoor adventure company features two onsite bears. The bears are not actual carnivorous animals; rather, they are Little Bear and Big Bear, two of the course’s eight ziplines. Little Bear hoists riders a mere 10 feet off the ground, introducing gliders to the concept of ziplining; Big Bear, meanwhile, soars up to 60 feet off the ground, and serves as the finale. Along the way, riders glide from a zipline modeled after Tarzan’s vine and experience the optical illusion of uphill ziplining, rather than the less popular illusion that the zipline is used dental floss. For a spookier take on the same course, guides also host nighttime, zombie-themed tours during October, lit only by strobe lights, glow sticks, and the participants’ headlamps.