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This company is very professional and the guides are fun! Very safety conscious, which made me feel safe. If you have a fear of heights, this probably isn't for you, though, as you climb high on platforms and then soar hundreds of feet above the forest. It is both exhilarating and scary! Definitely a great experience overall. Note that even though the description says it's at Seven Falls in Cheyenne Canon, you actually are driven a ways up High Drive in Pike National Forest, at a much higher elevation. The day we went, we dressed for the 50 degrees and sun in Colorado Springs, but when we got to the launch point it was snowing and cold, so most of us were cold by the end of the soaring. But it really didn't matter! The adrenaline rush seemed to overcome being cold. A very Colorado experience!
We had a truly fabulous time. We did both the courses. It IS expensive but and we were sceptical it was TOTALLY worth it. Janey and Carl were fun, interesting and importantly very safety conscious. The zip wires and bridges are truly more extreme and therefore memorable than you could imagine. It was a real rush but we never felt unsafe. We would recommend this adventure and our guides to absolutely everyone. Our youngest was 12 and she made it all the way through.
Prettiest views ever!!! The quides were great! They were all about safety first and they were pretty funny too. Really enjoyed this day at Seven Falls. A must see in Colorado Springs.
Highly recommend this zip-line tour. My 2 teenager and I had an absolute blast. Matt and Joe were wonderful. Their care and concern for our safety through out the tour was great, constantly checking the equipment and helpful when someone would be a little unsure. They made a perfect team!
Our granddaughters 13 and 16 had a wonderful time. A few suggestions: 1. Inform those that are going on the Zip-line that they can take their cellphones and there is a secured area on their equipment to put the phone in so that it won't be lost. 2. Inform the grandparents, parents etc. where they can be picked up, either they will be rapeling down to the trail or come down the steps at the restaurant/viewing area of the Falls. 3. Inform the guardians that they can hike to the final drop-off point so that they are supervised at all times. Our granddaughters were not sure which trail they should take because we weren't at the drop-off point and they were concerned. They, thankfully, chose the correct one and saw their grandpa standing at the steps waiting on them at the end of the trail. They felt very uneasy because they didn't know what to do. Assumptions can't be made, especially with minors, that they know which trail to take and then with us visiting, we don't know where to go to meet them. 4. Have pictures taken because it is so important to the kids to have the experience recorded.
Ketan Shah United States of ...
Thrilling and enjoyable. Knowledgable staff
Staff was superb - Chris and Dillon made my family feel welcome, secure some first timers and it was just a wonderful all around experience. Thank you so much.
Well-organized, safety-oriented, and really fun!
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