You Can Soar Down The 'Longest Zipline Over Water' In The World Right In Utah
Great panoramic views 80-feet up in the sky!🌄
Are you looking for a little adrenaline rush to add some excitement to your week? Zipline Utah lets you soar between different zip lines and over stunning treetop canopies. Dreamy views while you fly through the air — what more could you want?
Zipline Utah in Deer Creek State Park, Utah, offers amazing packages so you can indulge in the ultimate adventure.
You can get some fun starting at $39, or choose an option that suits all your thrill-seeker needs.
Let your worries fly away as you glide over towering treetops and catch marvelous glimpses of theand river.
The views are incredible, and you can enjoy the spectacular panoramic sight of the area as you venture down.
The Soaring With Eagles package lets you zip between five different platforms and traverse an aerial.
You will start 80-feet up in the sky and work your way down, running off pure excitement and the need for speed.
If you're looking for something even more exhilarating, you can splurge on the Screaming Falcon Full Adventure.
It costs $169 and includes the lengthy 3,900-foot zip line, which is the longest line that crosses overin the world.
You can try a legendary adventure, all while feeding your thrill-seeking side.
There is a variety of options to choose from if you want more of a-friendly ride.
The $39 deal lets youdown a 600-foot line and enjoy some time in the treetops.
You can check out this epic spot Monday - Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
They operate on Sundays during themonths; otherwise, you can get your kicks on any other day of the week!
If you've been craving a little rush to add to your outings, this spot will give you plenty of excitement and bang for your buck!
Address: Deer Creek State Park - Rainbow Bay, Mile Marker 22, Heber, UT
Why You Need To Go: You and your adventure buddies can soar down towering ziplines for a truly unique experience.
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