Birdwatchers are tireless in their attempts to view favorite specimens up close, pioneering the first ziplines to soar through the air and the first off-road segways to keep up with ostriches. Appreciate nature from a privileged perspective with today’s Groupon to Action Segway Tours or Action Zipline Tours in Big Bear Lake. Choose between the following options:
- For $42, you get a two-hour segway tour (an $85 value).
- For $47, you get a three-hour zipline tour (a $95 value).
The fir-laden foothills of Big Bear Valley form a scenic backdrop as segway groups led by certified tour guides glide around glistening Big Bear Lake. A fleet of off-road segways enlists self-balancing technology to keeps passengers rolling smoothly with an intuitive system that allows for a smooth ride across all types of terrain. As guides narrate the colorful history of Big Bear—from its first human settlements to its dystopian future as a bear-controlled oligarchy—small groups of up to nine bask in the warm sun and crisp mountain air and take in the sights.
At higher altitudes, adventurers embark on a three-hour odyssey across nine ziplines that range from 120–860 feet in length and allow for speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. After a thrilling safari jeep ride 2 miles into the San Bernardino National Forest, guides lead zipliners to a launching platform where they strap in, check their safety carabineers, and speed away. Zipliners also traverse a wooden suspension bridge, where squirrels tend to business from their pine-tree perches and mischievous raccoons await with water balloons filled with the cool contents of the nearby lake. Groups or solo flyers should arrive at the departure point 20 minutes before the tour begins to review safety information and sign liability waivers.
Action Zipline Tours
As they zigzag across the densely wooded mountains near Big Bear, Action Zipline Tours’ high-speed ziplines send riders screaming past trees on exhilarating rides to the bottom. Punctuated by a scenic walk across a suspension bridge, the three-hour tours traverse a series of nine ziplines that carry their riders between treetop platforms at speeds approaching 45 miles per hour.