America has always been the most extreme country, from the Boston Tea Punchings to having the first man swear on the moon. We hold this shredding guitar solo to be self-evident with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $139 for a Ponderosa zipline tour for two (a $298 value)
- $269 for a Ponderosa zipline tour for four (a $596 value)
The educational Ponderosa zipline tour elevates participants over forest floors for a roughly two-hour aerial adventure through the ponderosa pines. After donning safety gear and situating themselves on sturdy platforms, tourists fly through the woodland brush on a series of cables while marveling at splendid Colorado mountain views. Naturalists zip alongside guests and identify critters, local vegetation, and historical sights in between airborne voyages. Tours leave every two hours between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., and include snacks and drinks.
Full Blast Adventure Center
Full Blast Adventure Center's outdoor arena provides hours of fun on the ground and up high in the air. On a zipline canopy tour, participants fly past ponderosa pines on a series of cables aligned to reveal breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. An outdoor paintball park holds supervised and refereed combat games with packages that include three hours of playing time and a full line of rental equipment. The center also is outfitted with 26 slacklines—narrow, flexible pieces of webbing situated low to the ground and anchored between two trees—where visitors can master walking across or attempt difficult tricks such as jumps, front flips, or falling off.
98% of 84 customers recommend
“An awesome experience and outstanding staff! ”
“Our family had a lot of fun! 8 of us went from ages 7 to 51, and we all enjoyed it very much. The guides were great fun and made us feel very comfortable and safe. ...”
“Our family had a lot of fun! 8 of us went from ages 7 to 51, and we all enjoyed it very much. The guides were great fun and made us feel very comfortable and safe. Thanks Full Blast Adventure Staff for a fun family afternoon in the beautiful mountains of Durango!”