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ropes challenge and ziplines
1 hour north of Boise Idaho

Cascade Ropes Challenge and Ziplines

you will love it, and everyone else will, too!

A unique adventure! We have the newest ropes challenge course and ziplines in the Boise, Idaho area. This thrilling 2-3 hour activity features a 17-element ropes challenge course nestled in the beautiful Idaho forest alongside the North Fork of the Payette River. Our ropes challenge course is a mixture of high rope elements and 6 exciting tree to tree ziplines. Looking for your next thrill? Bring your spirit of adventure we’ll provide the rest.

Located less than one hour from Boise, Idaho, our River Center overlooks the Main Payette north of Horseshoe Bend. Meet your guides for check-in and transportation to the course. After outfitting you with the required equipment (helmets, safety harness, and attachments) and safety instructions, you’ll have time to try the ground-level course before we take to the trees. Team-building, personal challenges, and just plain fun!

Ropes challenge and ziplines - Horseshoe Bend, Idaho

2-3 hour tours

Climb, balance, swing, and walk through the trees while you challenge yourself with this daring experience with rope bridges, aerial tightropes, swinging log steps, and moving platforms to cross high above the forest floor. Trips cost $60 for adults and $40 for kids 12 and younger departing daily.

Groups

Our high ropes challenge present unending opportunities for self-discovery and team growth, emphasizing risk-taking, trust, and coaching. The challenges enable participants to expand their comfort zones and recognize fears that may block personal achievement.

Fitness

Fitness To take part in the tree top adventure course does require an element of fitness. The course can be physically and emotionally challenging. If you can climb a ladder unassisted, you should be fine.

requirements

Participants must weigh between 60 and 250 pounds and measure at least 54 inches tall. All climbers must wear closed-toe shoes, have long hair tied back, and be free from loose-fitting clothing or jewelry.