New York Zipline Adventure Tours at Hunter Mountain was amazing. It was definitely an adventure. The staff was kind, sweet, and a lot of fun. There was great energy from the staff, clean facilities, beautiful view and very safe. This kind of adventure is for everyone to just have fun!
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About This Deal
No experience delivers the natural beauty and adrenaline rush of ziplining through a forest, except maybe getting fired from a cannon through a landscape painting. Feel the rush with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$80 for $100 toward tours and gear
$40 for $50 toward tours and gear
$71 for a Mid-Mountain Canopy Tour for one ($89 value)
During the three-hour Mid-Mountain Canopy Tour, thrill seekers absorb panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains as guides lead them down six ziplines up to 60 feet above the ground, the longest of which spans 650 feet. Participants also launch off from nine treetop platforms and traverse four elevated rope bridges. The tour is family-friendly and accommodates guests of all abilities.
Promotional value expires May 23, 2014. Amount paid never expires.Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather conditions. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Limited availability on the weekends. For Mid-Mountain Tour, must be between 60–250 lbs with a max height of 6'5". Reservation required.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About New York Zipline Adventures
Adventurers race side by side past more than four miles of pine and deciduous trees, soaring at up to 50 miles per hour—600 feet above the ground. As they reach a treetop platform, guides wave them along onto a bridge that swings high above the mountain slopes from which they can see for miles. This nerve-racking scene is the norm at New York Zipline Adventures, where professionals lead guests flying through the woodlands and over the valleys of New York's Hunter Mountain. In addition to two distinct canopy tours, each testing adventurers' courage with swinging rope bridges and fast speeds, they also host a training school, which trains guests in the finer points of ziplining and proclaiming rightful thrones as the King of the Mountain. At the base, an adventure tower invites thrill seekers to climb a 60-foot spire and pass nine ascending obstacles such as a cargo net, rope bridge, log walk, and rappelling wall.