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What You'll Get
$595 for a kids’ zipline birthday party for up to 14 ($1,406 value)
- Ziplining for up to 14
- Lunch (deli platter with chips and drinks)
- Personalized birthday cake with candles
Guides perform a safety briefing and demonstration before strapping participants into their harnesses and helmets. They’ll clip onto one of the course’s eight ziplines and then sail through the air on a zipline, gliding over the Colorado River, catching glimpses of rafters paddling furiously through the water’s rapids.
Participants must be older than 10, at least 48 inches tall, and weigh between 65 and 250 pounds. The children, who must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or older, must also have a liability release form signed by a parent or guardian. Party guests receive complimentary round-trip transportation between the Glenwood Springs office and the course. This deal does not cover the required 8% fee for land use ($6.32/person).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 2, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. 8% land use fee not included & collected at time of booking. High ropes: must be over 48" tall and between 65lbs and 285lbs. Raft trip: must be over 50 lbs & 5 yrs old. No refunds for those who show up outside the lbs. limits or are unable to complete course, Children under 16 must be acc. by an adult over 18 yrs. Subject to availability. Offer subject to cancellation and weather policy. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Colorado Adventure Center
Visitors to Colorado Adventure Center explore much of its terrain suspended above the pine trees—specifically, hanging from eight ziplines that span almost a mile and reach heights of up to 65 feet and speeds up to 40 miles per hour. Harnessed up into a pulley system, riders glide over Clear Creek as it glimmers in the sunlight or, at nighttime, in the bright beams of their headlamps.
Clear Creek’s waters are also the setting for rafting and kayaking expeditions, during which guides lead paddlers down the rapids of the Arkansas and Colorado Rivers during outings and spring break trips. Back up in the air, adventurers can traverse across three differently leveled routes featuring more than 55 obstacles, elements, and ziplines on the mining-themed Colorado Sky Trek. During spring months, zipliners can soar through newly blooming trees and flowers for a scenic treetop adventure.