|Includes||8 - Zip Lines and 2 Suspension Bridges|
|Weekends & Holidays||$109 per person, per tour|
|Monday - Friday||$99|
|Groups of 6+||Save 20%|
|Reservations||Recommended 7 days in advance|
Taxes/fees (TMA Civic fee 5% + Idaho Sales tax 6%) not included
We are now taking reservations for the summer of 2018 beginning in mid-June. We will review snowpack in the spring of 2018, and weather allows we will open additional tour dates for late May and June 2018.
Tour reservations will be taken for May and early June based on snow pack Fun Facts on Idaho’s #1 Zipline Canopy tour
Explore the West Mountains by Zipline. Experience the adrenaline rush and listen to the cable sing as we guide you over 3,500 feet of incredible terrain. We’ll send you down 8 different ziplines and 2 suspension bridges and a 110′ foot tree house soaring over creeks, canyons and through the forest canopy from one platform to another.
Fly from your comfort zone and try it – because going against all those primitive reflexes and rationales is exactly what make this adrenaline rush rock!
Zipline frequently asked questions:
Q: Do I need to have prior experience to Zipline?
A: No, your guides will give you a orientation and lead you through each zipline to make sure you have a great experience.
Q: Do I need to be in good shape for this activity?
A: You will have to be physically fit enough to hike approximately 1 mile downhill between zipline platforms.
Q: Can I bring my own equipment?
A: No! All equipment is provided, except closed-toe shoes, which will be required.
Q: How many people can go together on a trip?
A: Each tour is limited to 8 people.
Q: If I have a winter season pass do I get a discount?
A: Unfortunately no, the price remains is $109 on weekends and holidays, $99 on weekdays and 20% off if you book in a group of 6 or more.
Q: What should I bring along for the trip?
A: Tamarack provides a helmet, top of the line harness and trolley system. You provide sturdy hiking shoes and a thirst for adventure. Small light backpacks are fine. You will be on the mountain and it can be subject to quick weather changes. Check the weather forecast before you go , dress and prepare accordingly. You may also want to bring extra water.
Q: Is tipping allowed or expected?
A: It is customary to tip your guides 10%, if they did a good job and you had a great time. Tips are appreciated.