Being suspended from a cable is an experience usually afforded only to window washers and to the custodians who have to repaint Mount Rushmore “rock color” every year. Dare to dangle with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for the Dare Ya! zipline ride for two (a $40 value)
- $30 for the Zipline and Obstacle Experience for one (a $65 value)
The Zipline and Obstacle Experience consists of 14 runs including the aerial obstacle course with swinging bridges, tight rope walk, suspended pole walk, swing-to-swing obstacle, a basic zipline course, while the Double Dare thrill ride has multiple landing options: the rope ladder catch and climb, slanted platform landing, or simple assisted dismount; Includes an instructional session and training lines for an additional learning experience.
The thrilling courses at Daredevil Ziplines were originally built for the adrenaline junkies on the finale of the action series The Controller: Medal of Honor Warfighter. Happy shrieks now spiral out from members of the general public as they hit the 50 mile-per-hour speeds experienced by the stars of the show. The Dare Ya! ride whisks participants downhill for 600 feet before being stopped abruptly on the bungee braking system, which then sends them whipping out over a lake and stopping gently. They then glide down among sweet-smelling pine boughs and make a soft landing.
The Aerial Challenge combines a zipline with an aerial obstacle course, including a suspended log walk, ladders, a swinging bridge and platform, and rope walks. Riders can end the challenge with a short walk to a bridge overlooking the Tuck spring, which flows from the roots of a century old oak tree. Streams babble above and below the ground, carving the limestone into organic-looking curlicues covered with moss and ferns like somebody who won’t get off the Jurassic Park ride.
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