Zipline In Idaho
Explore the West Mountains of Idaho by Zipline! The Zipline Canopy Tour at Tamarack Resort is the #1 Zipline in Idaho and just a short drive from McCall and Donnelly.
You’ll 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, 2 suspension bridges and a 105′ tree house! You’ll soar over creeks, canyons and through the forest canopy from one platform to another.
Fly from your comfort zone and try it – because this zipline experience is unlike anything in Idaho!
Zipline Tour Details
- No prior zipline experience required
- Limited to 8 people for each ziplining tour
- Each tour includes 8 ziplines and 2 suspension bridges
- All tours meet at the Sports Dome desk 30 minutes prior to start time
- Tours include stair climbing and hiking
- For safety, closed-toe shoes required
- Helmet, top of the line harness & pulley system provided
- Weight requirements: 85 lbs – 275 lbs
Zipline frequently asked questions:
Q: Do I need to have prior experience to Zipline?
A: No, your zip line guides will give you an orientation and lead you through each zipline to make sure you have a great experience.
Q: How long does the zipline tour take?
A: For a group of 8 guests, the zip line course should take approximately 4 hours. For a group of 2 guests, the tour should take approximately 2 hours.
Q: Do I need to be in good shape for this activity?
A: You will have to be physically fit enough to hike approximately 1.5 miles downhill between zipline platforms.
Q: Can I bring my own equipment?
A: No! For safety reasons, all equipment for the zipline adventure is provided, except closed-toe shoes, which will be required.
Q: How many people can go together on a trip?
A: Each zip tour is limited to 8 people.
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 zipline guides 10%, if they did a good job and you had a great time. Tips are appreciated.
Q: If I have a winter season pass do I get a discount?
A: Unfortunately no, the price is $109 daily and 20% off if you book in a group of 6 or more.