- Zipline tour from Queenstown
- Take in scenic views while ziplining down the mountain
- Receive assistance and eco tips from professional guides
- Choice of tour for beginners and for the more adventurous
- All safety equipment included
- Operates all year round, rain or shine
- Small-group tour of two to 10 participants ensures a safe and memorable experience
What You Can Expect
A Must-do activity in Queenstown.
This was awesome, Naomi and Gill were the perfect guides and were good company when walking to the different platforms
This was very well done and even in the rain highly enjoyable! All of the staff is fully invested and very helpful.
Tons of fun with great tour guides. Learned a lot too about the environment and the area around Queenstown. Be aware of a mile or so long hike to get out of the woods when you are finished zip lining, but they did provide poles to help with the treck.
My ten year old granddaughter Arabella and I had a fabulous time in Queenstown and especially loved the zip line!!!! Jenny and Danny were just charming and couldn't have been more helpful!!!! I would highly recommend this to people of all ages.......I'm 72 and loved it!!!!! Carmen Findlay and Arabella Jackson
This is an absolutely must do for everyone visiting Queenstown. My son who was 6 at the time and I had a fantastic experience with adrenaline pumping excitement and breathtaking views. Our guides were brilliant and very child friendly. Since arriving home we have not stopped raving about our amazing experience with the guys and girls from Ziptrek Queenstown.
My husband and I did the 6 line Kea tour and loved it. It was both our first times and our guides, Steve and Inge were both friendly and helpful and challenged us to try zip lining different ways upside down, backwards. They also gave recommendations on places to dine and see in Queenstown which was helpful to us. The shaking of the tree houses from the wind scared us more than the zip lining itself. I highly recommend the 6 line tour because the last two lines are worth just the view alone. You do go on a 20 minute hike to get to the last line and make sure you wear good hiking shoes to travel. They have a Ziptrek office where you can purchase merchandise and photos of your zip lining experience for a good price. The only thing that was difficult was the actual location of the tree house. I don't know why, but it took my husband and I 15 minutes to find it and kept wandering around. There are no signs that tell you where to go like the other activities all did.
Ziplining was the highlight of our trip to New Zealand. The guides were great and all members of our family from age 10 to 46 loved the experience.
Great adventure and the the best way to learn about surroundings and its history from their knowledgeable guides.
It was really awesome and all tensed adults enjoyed it. Just enough extreme for us, flying upside down helped once the first zip was done. The people were great. Remember that the trees block a lot of the views, although there were still good ones between and two out of the 6 lines offered good views. It wasn't scary.