Zip Line Canopy Tours in New England
You need a heart for adventure – but not necessarily a body of an athlete – to enjoy the thrill of zooming through the treetops and clambering across aerial suspension bridges at New England’s zip lines. In just a handful of years, these playgrounds in the tree canopy have sprung up across New England, serving people’s desire to unleash that inner Tarzan. Guides convey you safely along zip lines, through elevated obstacle courses, and across chattering rope and suspended bridges. Really fun for all averagely fit people as long as you carry enough weight to propel you (sorry, babies and toddlers). A great thing to do on a family getaway
Route 2 (Mohawk Trail)
Charlemont, MA, 01339
Zip through the forest canopy of the Berkshires!
It’s not just an ordinary zip line at Zoar Outdoor in the Berkshires: It’s a genuine canopy built directly in the trees, with 11 zip lines connected through platforms and two sky bridges to give you that real sensation of flying through the forest. The three-hour exhilarating canopy tour, with two experienced guides for every eight guests, features plenty of opportunities to gaze out over the gorgeous Deerfield River Valley and Northern Berkshires. And cameras (bring a lanyard!) are OK on the progressively faster course, which reaches a height of 50 feet. Ages 10 and up are welcome as are groups of up to eight. A safety and training lesson on the ground and a practice zip precedes the tour, which goes rain or shine unless there is lightning or excessive winds.
40 Sargent Drive
New Haven, CT, 06511
Soar down the longest Sky Rail zip lines ever constructed
Experience four indoor zip lines on the largest indoor ropes course in the world. Enjoy high adventure on two 60’ tall Sky Trail ropes courses and four 200’ long Sky Rails which have you glide over top the Waltzing Water show for some guaranteed spray action. Climb through zig zag swinging beams, crisscross angle rope ladders, cargo nets, and bridges. Groove to the lights, programmed stereo and music amidst 1000 water nozzles that shoot high into the scene. IT also has a Little IT for kids under 4' tall, a Jump IT free fall, a 200' long catwalk, and vertical wobbly poles and twisted structures that take you higher.
50 Walkers Brook Drive
Reading, MA, 01867
Move along this sky ropes course or hold on tight – it’s all good
Enjoy high thrills at Jordan’s one-of-a-kind BeanStalk™ Adventure Ropes Course in Reading, Massachusetts. Test your balance and agility and move from one activity to the next that takes you from 12’-24’ up and out. Challenge the zig zag beams, crisscross angled rope ladders, and spaghetti hand lines. Then at 24” walk the plank, step out on a 6 inch standalone beam, and if you dare, pivot and return. There are two levels of challenging ropes courses, 30 exciting activities, and one specially designed course for children ages 2-7, the BeanSprout.™ Adventurers must be at least 48" tall or 42" if accompanied by a chaperone. Groups of 10 or more on the same transaction receive a 10% discount. Call for details.
66 Thunder Mountain Road
Charlemont, MA, 01339
Featured by USA Today as one of the Top 10 Zip lines of the United States.
Choose from one of three great zip line canopy tours!:
- The Base Tour: Zip our introductory course - four zip lines for 30 dollars. Who can beat that? After you've tried the Base, hop on either the VJ or Mtn. Top Tours and receive our group price discount!
- Mountain Top Tour: 7 zips, two lovely hikes, and two great ski lift rides. Ride dual racing lines and brave towers 45' in the air. Features incredible views of the valley, and an experience that the whole family can enjoy!
- Valley Jump: Extreme fun! One of the best tours in North America. Featured in the Washington Post and in reviews all over the internet. You'll love it - Two half-mile-long zips, with approaches 200' off the ground. This is a category killer!
357 Morningside Lane
Charlestown, NH, 03603
Fly atop the trees amidst beautiful New Hampshire Scenery
If you’re looking for a fantastic day or weekend trip within easy reach of Boston, Hartford, Montreal, and New York, get up off the ground and into the trees at this remarkable flight park. You’re in New Hampshire’s majestic Connecticut River Valley and you can fly through the trees on an ACCT Certified Course designed with 2 cables for redundancy and suitable for almost every age and skill level. Your flight plan takes you through maples, oaks, and pines starting at the top of Morningside Mountain on slopes where hang gliders have been flying since 1974. The wildlife below is yours for the viewing and includes chipmunks, wild turkeys, and more. Check out the special packages and group rates.
983 Upton Road
Errol, NH, 03579
Aerial adventures await you at activity-packed outdoor center
At ELC Outdoors’ outpost in Errol, you will be able to enjoy New Hampshire’s majestic North Country from a perch high in (and sometimes) above the trees. Fly through the air on one of the outdoor center’s two ziplines or face the challenges presented by the new half-day ropes course, a series of ropes, wires, platforms and bridges suspended 12 to 40 feet off the ground. Yes, that’s Mount Washington and the White Mountains in the background as you navigate from penguin platforms to Burma buckets, from tree to tree, along the fun course. Want to up the adventure quotient? Try the river raft and ropes combo, with a half day of rafting and a half day among the treetops.
3 Great Locations in New Hampshire and Maine
Monkey around in the trees in three New England settings
Discover high excitement in three scenic New England locations. Enjoy zip line tours, aerial adventures, zip trekking and more with the whole family in Chocorua in the White Mountains, Weirs Beach in the Lakes Region and in Saco on the south coast of Maine. Ground schools offer instructions and guidance to ensure that you’ll have a safe and exciting time above the ground. Guided and solo tours allow you to progress at your own pace through different courses, each more challenging than the previous. You’ll find swinging beams, tightropes, rolling logs, hanging tires, and cargo nets to keep you busy. There’s a dual 360 feet zipline and a a 35-foot-high giant swing rock climbing wall. Height and weight restrictions apply.