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Globe Creek Camp
3127 Moose Mountain Rd, Fairbanks, AK 99709
Globe Creek Camp
Globe Creek Camp is a Youth Camp and Retreat center at 37 Mile Elliott Highway. It has a 920 foot zip line from a 60 foot tower on the hillside of the camp.


Southeast Exposure, Alaska Sea Kayaking Adventure
37 Potter Road, Ketchikan, Alaska 99901
(907) 225-8829
Southeast Exposure, Alaska Sea Kayaking Adventure
Ropes and zip line course, 50ft climbing tower.


Stoney Creek Canopy Adventure
1304 4th Ave, Seward, AK 99664
Stoney Creek Canopy Adventure
Features 8 ziplines, three suspension bridges and 2 rappels, this tour will surely provide you with both excitement and awe! The first traverse is across the fall line, running close to the ground. The third zipline travels 190 feet and lands 50 feet up the trunk of a huge Sitka spruce. The fifth traverse soars above the trees 1,100 feet back across the valley wall and over a reflecting pond ending at a platform 75 feet up a tree. Then the tour goes into a rain forest. A 600-foot zipline is followed by a shorter line at mid-level in the forest. At this point you will rappel down 60 feet to a platform where you enter an aerial walkway. Next take a 280-foot zipline to the valley floor. The final traverse passes the Welcome to a 40-foot rappel that brings you back to ground level.


Skagway Adventure Park and Zip Lines
Skagway, Alaska 99840
Skagway Adventure Park and Zip Lines
Zip line through lush Alaska forest canopy from platform to platform on a double cable system. The braking system is hands free. Many positive comments and great pictures on the website.


Denali Zipline Tours
Talkeetna, Alaska 99676
907 733 3988
Denali Zipline Tours
Farthest north canopy tour int the world. Nine ziplines, three bridges, rappel. Three hour tour begins and ends in Talkeetna, Alaska. Great views of North Americas tallest mountain, Mt. McKinley

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