Shepherd of the Hills Zipline Canopy Tours
For some high-flying fun and adventure in Branson, MO make sure to add one of the Shepherd of the Hills Zipline Canopy Tours to your next Ozark itinerary! This adventure park has also been ranked America's Best Aerial Adventure Park from USA Today!
The Vigilante Extreme Ziprider at Shepherd of the Hills' Inspiration Tower boasts the title of the highest zip line in Missouri! Your adventure begins with a visit to Inspiration Tower where you'll be taken on glass elevators up to an enclosed observation deck. Take pictures and view the Ozark mountain views below while you wait for your zip line adventure. Your guide will brief you on safety, and then it's time to fly!
Step right up to the seat where you'll be strapped in and launched from a 170' incline. As you zoom along the gorgeous tree-top canopies, you'll cover approximately one mile of distance and reach speeds of up to 50 MPH. Four riders can go at a time, so the entire family can experience it together.
The zip line does not feature harness fittings - simple settle upon the seat and you'll be strapped in. They also don't need to worry about manual braking as it's all automatic, adding convenience to the journey that makes it perfect for first-time zip liners.
Upon reaching the bottom, guests will be taken back up to Inspiration Tower on a jeep-pulled tram where they can see their ride pics and soak in some more Ozark Mountain beauty.
- What is included in the admission price for Shepherd of the Hills Zipline Canopy Tours?
Includes zipline canopy tour.
- What level of physical ability is required?
Minimal physical ability is required, but no experience is necessary. The weight limit is 250 lbs per person.
- What type of clothing is appropriate?
Wear comfortable clothes and close-toed shoes.
- What age is Shepherd of the Hills Zipline Canopy Tours appropriate for?
Riders must be at least 3 years old.
- Is parking available for Shepherd of the Hills Zipline Canopy Tours? If so, is it free?
- Is photography & video recording allowed?
Of course! Don't forget your cameras.