Branson Zipline & Canopy Tours in Branson, MO
2339 US 65 • Branson, MO 65771
An exciting eco-adventure experience located in the Ozark Mountains, Branson Zipline Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve offers safe, highly entertaining zipline and canopy tours for guests of all experience levels. Adventures include the Ozarks Xplorer Zipline Canopy Tour, the Flying Prospector Zipline Canopy Tour, the Blue Streak Fast Line and Free Fall Xpress, and much more.
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How long do the zipline tours last at Branson Zipline?
Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour - 2.5-3 hours
Blue Streak Fast Line - 30 minutes
Flying Prospector Canopy Tour - 1.5 hours
Canopy Adventure Combo - 3 hours
Additionally, plan on arriving at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time to allow for check-in.
How long are the courses at Branson Zipline zip line and canopy courses?
In total, the zipline and canopy course at Wolfe Creek Preserve features over one mile of zip lines, as well as numerous suspension bridges and walkways. For all tours featured along the course, you will enjoy a ride to the top of Wolfe Mountain in a Pinzgauer Swiss Army troop carrier and then descend down the route outlined for your particular zip line and canopy tour.
What should I wear for the zipline tour?
Guests should wear comfortable clothing that is appropriate for physical activity, such as short sleeve or long sleeve T-shirts and shorts or long pants. Clothing such as swimsuits and dresses are not recommended. All riders must wear closed shoes or closed toe sandals that are strapped on. No loose shoes of any kind are permitted! Riders with long hair are advised to wear their hair in a ponytail, and riders should avoid wearing dangly jewelry. If you forget any of the above appropriate clothing items, we have them available for sale in our gift shop. We also advise guests to wear layers in case of cool or inclement weather.
Is Branson Zipline associated with any industry organizations?
Yes. Branson Zipline was built by an Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) - certified contractor and its guides are course certified.
How much physical effort is involved in the tours at Branson Zipline?
We have designed this tour to require minimal physical exertion and to be fun for all ages. There are a few steps and some walking involved. But, if you are capable of walking at the mall, you will be able to enjoy this tour.
I am pregnant. Can I still participate?
Due to safety concerns we can not allow anyone who is pregnant to participate on any of our tours.
Can people with health issues still participate in the tour?
If you have pre-existing health conditions that impair your physical activity you may want to check with your physician before participating in any of the tours offered by Branson Zipline.
Do you have any age or weight restrictions?
We can easily accommodate any age so long as the participant meets our minimum eligibility requirements. However, due to safety concerns all participants must weigh between 70 - 275 pounds.
Does the tour run in inclement weather?
We do operate rain or shine, sleet or snow. Typically, we only close the property due to lightening.
What kind of training do your guides receive?
All guides are course-certified to ACCT standards.
What if I have never done a zipline tour before?
No experience is required. Our patient guides will help you have the best possible experience.
Will I need to sign a waiver?
Yes, it is required that you sign a waiver similar to any other you may sign to participate in a physical activity.
Can I bring a camera?
For the safety of all of our guests and guides, cameras are NOT allowed on any Zipline tour. Your guides will take photographs which will be available for purchase at the conclusion of your tour. Cameras ARE welcome on the Wolfe Creek Photo Safari Tour, which is a ground based tour.
What steps have been taken to mitigate danger?
The zip line course at Branson Zipline were designed and built by an Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) - certified builder. The ACCT is the leading U.S. organization that sets safety standards for zip line tours and has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).