Zooming through the air on a zip line has become a popular way to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, especially in Seattle and Western Washington. Most zip lines are part of a course of outdoor challenges such as rope walks, suspension bridges, rappelling, and net climbs. A typical adventure course outing includes time for an orientation and safety equipment fitting.
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About an hour's drive north of Seattle on Camano Island, this adventure park gets you high up where you can enjoy much more than forest views. You'll get looks at the surrounding waters, mountains, and farms. The Canopy Tours Northwest course includes several zip lines, trails, a suspension bridge, and rappelling.
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Located adjacent to the Redhook Brewery in Woodinville, the Adventura Aerial Adventure Park offers three different outdoor courses with a variety of challenges. Whether you're visiting the park just for fun or as part of a team outing, you'll have the opportunity to experience zip lines, rope and net obstacles, and other fun confidence builders. As you zoom through the treetops you'll see the surrounding wooded countryside, the Sammamish River, and nearby wineries.
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A relatively new addition to the popular Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, these outdoor adventure courses are family friendly, with options available for children as young as six years old (with height and weight restrictions). In addition to a variety of zip lines, the different Zip Wild Adventure Courses might include cargo net climbs, tightrope walks, climbing walls, and other aerial challenges. Advanced reservations are required.
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The ZOOM zip line and challenge course at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium is a recently-added attraction. ZOOM will operate during the warmer months of the year as well as during the Zoolights holiday light show evenings. There are two different courses available, one kid-friendly and closer to the ground.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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