Summer is almost here, and everyone is looking for exciting, new things to do out in the gorgeous clear skies and warm weather. Taking a trip to the beautiful Lake Travis in Austin will be a must on your 2019 summer bucket list, because you can fly down the amazing 2800 ft zipline that soars over the massive lake at the Lake Travis Zipline Adventures. Get a thrill like no other on this incredible heart-pounding adventure!

The Lake Travis Zipline Adventure brings five different exciting ziplines for their guests to have the time of their lives racing down. The last three lines in the tour are what they are proud to call the longest and fastest ziplines in Texas. Their guided tour of all five ziplines lasts about 3 hours, so prepare yourself for hours of fun and excitement.

Your crazy ziplining adventure will include all necessary equipment, a boat ride to the private area, drinking water and a snack for the hikes and rides. After your ziplining experience, guests are allowed all-day entry into the organizations own private beach where they can picnic, swim, play games and relax in a lakeside hammock. You’ll be having a full day of fun in the sun!

They also have glow-in-the-dark guided tours so you can soar through the dark with a headlamp and tons of colorful glow sticks. If you’ve got the guts to fly 2800 ft through the dark, you definitely need to check this out.

For the 3 hour guided excursion including boat ride, equipment, all-day access to the private beach and a ride on the longest zip lines in Texas, the cost is $125 per person. You can reserve your spot on their website now!

You will have to hike a bit during the adventure so be sure to wear comfortable closed toe hiking shoes and athletic clothing. It is also advised that you bring some sunscreen!

Lake Travis Zipline Adventure is located at 14529 Pocohontas Trail, Volente, TX 78641. You can visit their website for more information here!

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