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departure & return times


Please share with everyone in your group. If you have any questions or need additional information call us at 1.800.462.7238.

Please arrive 30 minutes before your trip departure time

9:30am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:30pm & 3:30pm

where to meet


6492 Highway 91, Leadville, CO 80461 
We are located 6 miles north of Leadville on Hwy 91, and 15 miles south of the I-70 exit at Copper Mountain. Look for our signs and flags marking the turn to Base Camp between green mile markers 6 & 7 on the east side of the highway.

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what to bring


What to Bring

  • Long Pants
  • Jacket
  • Boots or Tennis Shoes (close-toed)
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat (optional: you may wear it under your helmet)
  • Sunscreen
  • Chapstick
  • Camera
  • Drinking Water
  • Small backpack for camera and water
  • Cash for Tipping Your Guide

We Provide

  • Two or Three Guides per group
  • All Zip Line Equipment

other important information

Lodging Information
  • For Additional Lodging and Activity Information, contact the Leadville Chamber of Commerce at 719-486-3900.
Reservation/Cancellation Policies

Cancellation Policy: If your group or any person in your group cancels their trip 10 or more days before departure, you will receive a full refund on your trip cost less $5 per person/per trip. If your group or any person in your group cancels within 10 days prior to departure, for any reason, there will be no refund issued.

Cancellation Insurance: You many purchase insurance on your reservation for a minimal fee, approximately 10% of your trip cost. This is purchased PER PERSON, PER TRIP. If you choose to purchase insurance, you may cancel up to 24 hours before your trip departure with no penalty on my trip cost. If you cancel within 24 hours but with at least 1 hours’ notice, we will issue you a gift certificate (rather than a cash/credit refund) that is good through the following season. Gift certificates cannot be extended beyond their expiration date. If you cancel within 1 hour, there is no refund. Insurance is nontransferable, nonrefundable and does not cover no-shows.

Drugs and Alcohol: Drugs or alcohol are not to be consumed before or during your trip.

Pregnancy: We do not allow guests that pregnant to participate in zip lining.

Liability Releases

Each person zip lining will be required to sign a liability release form prior to trip departure. Each youth under the age of 18 years old will need a parent or guardian to co-sign their liability. Please be prepared to complete your liability release upon check-in.

Q & A: Common Trip Questions

Who hosts my zip line trip?
Zip line tours are hosted by Top of the Rockies Zip Line.

Will I receive a safety orientation prior to my trip?
Prior to your tour you will receive an orientation on zipping and other issues specific to your trip.

Is it appropriate to tip my guide?
Tipping is appropriate, particularly if you have received exceptional customer service. We always appreciate hearing from you so that we can recognize extraordinary customer service and we also appreciate hearing from you if you feel that there are areas that we can improve upon. We strive to exceed your expectations!

Is there a weight limit to go zip lining?
We have a weight limit of 60-260 lbs. If you fall outside of these restrictions, please let us know.

What should I wear on my zip line trip?
At high altitudes the weather can change quickly, be prepared for cooler temperatures and the occasional rain/snow shower. We suggest you bring light layers to keep you warm. Long pants and closed toed shoes are recommended as they are more appropriate for walking on the trails between zips.

What happens if I arrive late for my trip?
Tours leave at the scheduled time. Late arrivals may have tours shortened or cancelled and refunds will not be given.

Can I bring anything along with me on the zip line trip?
Bring along a small backpack to carry your small personal items. We suggest you travel light.

Should I bring a water bottle on my zip line tour ride?
You may want to bring your own water bottle for drinking water.

I am worried about the altitude. Will I be ok to raft?
You will be zipping at 10,000-11,500 feet above sea level. Most people don’t have serious problems here, but shortness of breath and dehydration are possible. Come a day or two early to acclimatize yourself if you can. We recommend that you drink plenty of water during your stay.

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