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76 Flylines in Branson, MO

2362 Missouri 265Branson, MO 65616
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Soar above beautiful Branson, Missouri in this 6-line guided tour from 76 Flylines. UZT Certified guides will help you experience Branson’s most breath-taking views while you zoom across exhilarating ziplines. Nighttime zipline tours are available for those who love an adrenaline rush! For a fulfilling Branson vacation, do not miss your opportunity to zip through this canopy tour.


from 76 Flylines
Soar effortlessly through the Ozark Mountains while overlooking Branson's famous Highway 76. Seven new, unique zip line adventures will make you feel like you're flying.

Early tours have the best chance of spotting wildlife. Mid-day is the best time for last-minute tours or guests planning to zip again. Guests touring in the early-evening experience breath-taking sunsets over Branson's skyline. Touring at night is a surreal, bucket-list experience.

Includes: 6 Ziplines
Duration: 1 Hour

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

2 Reviews
Tracy Haller
1 Review
"It was awesome!"
June, 2017 NEW
Lots of fun, guides were super nice. It was a fun, cool experience.
Tip: Great for adults and kids too!

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Hannah Schluss
Hermann, MO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great staff, very friendly"
August, 2016
this was our first time zip lining and had a great time, However would not use reserve branson to book your trip. Cost us more then just paying at the place

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Marsha T
"Great for the terrified of heights people"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 25, 2017 NEW
My 11 year old son, my 40 year old husband will ride anything so I booked the night tour where you get glow bracelets and zip at night with the fireflies. I was terrified of heights and didn't even walk on storm grates before this tour. Husband and son jumped off and zipped in awe. I cried real tears, then screamed like a banshee the whole way down the first line. By the second line I was more used to it, and by the third it was the most amazing feeling soaring like a hawk. We went back the next day to zip during the day to see the trees and valley below. By then I was Laura Croft. If you are terrified, don't let the fear stop you it's totally worth it. Its a brake system you can slow yourself down if you don't want full speed and to get into the landing you brake like a car. I suggest ignoring the signs and brake like you would a car otherwise you come in too fast. Don't brake too much or you will dangle out there and need to get pulled in by a guide. Nobody on our tour had to get retrieved. I screamed so much at first they heard me in the office, and by the end not a peep. Its the best, you even get a cool ride back to the office. They are so honest, and welcoming, not at all like a big chain where you are loaded and unloaded. Read the safety stipulation where you can't exceed 250 lbs before you book. The cables are totally safe. They are like steel suspension bridge cables tethered by 3 more cables and poles like a bridge. That's going nowhere. You have a tether and a backup tether.
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Mission, Kansas
"Great zipline!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 20, 2017 NEW
For my 70th birthday, my two daughters and I decided to do a zipline in Branson. I've done it in Mexico and Costa Rica but I enjoyed this one the most. Very safe...excellent equipment. I like the breaking bar which gave everyone the flexibility to feel in control. The staff was friendly and professional.
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Tracy R
"Joke of a zipline! Caution! Save your money!"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed June 17, 2017 NEW
Where do I begin? How about I made reservations and prepaid for tickets (2 adults. 2 youth). Got to zipline where a lady greeted us and asked to fill out some papers and we all needed to step on the scale. Keep in mind, our family had been on several ziplines without any issues. So apparently this zipline has a different weight limit than the 3 others we did in the area, so when my husband weighed in, he weighed 260. She said "sorry he can't zip" What???? Why?? She told me their limit was 250 and since he was over he couldn't zip. Now, our 2 kids are already weighed and excited on going so my husband said just go without me and I will get refunded. NOPE! Sorry no refunds. Are you kidding me? Wait so you are going to keep my money and not let a family zip together?!?! WOW! well we zip and as the view on 2 of lines are good.... The ziplines are not! You, the zipper have to control the zipline with a large uncomfortable glove they provide you. So be prepared to learn how to brake when needed but not to soon because you will get stuck out there. It just isn't a fun time! There are other ziplines in Branson area that are MUCH MUCH better. So beware!
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Dixon, Illinois
"First time-Awesome "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 16, 2017 NEW
First time to visit Branson and first time zip lining. Saw 76 fly lines on Groupon with a great deal, glad I chose them. Super professional, very friendly, made everyone feel at ease. They had 6 or 7 lines, great views, and very exhilarating. They took photos and were very reasonable to buy. Defiantly would recommend, great for all ages.
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Bentonville, Arkansas
"6 stations of zip-a-dee-doo-da fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 15, 2017 NEW
Brought hubby and my 3 teenagers here, as our first stop into Branson. Got lucky with the Groupon, and then having a group, scheduled before us, cancel. FYI - they had members who were over the 250 lbs. weight limit, and they had misgivings about the liability waiver, which is really no different than any high risk liability waiver / exculpatory clause (and by the way, really doesn't completely absolve the proprietor). There were 3 guides for my family of 5, so we were well attended and instructed. The equipment used is the same as rock climbing gear, so we were totally comfortable and familiar. For the more reserved individual, like my hubby, once you get used to the feeling of sailing through the air/tree lines, you'll be fine. The guides, harness, locking carabineers, helmet, gloves and rope brake mechanism are more than sufficient to keep you safe throughout the course. We had Isaac, Lindsey, and Stewart - all students at the College of the Ozarks - who were professional and thoroughly engaging in conversation. I never questioned their ability to keep us safe, or entertained. At the end of the course, another guide picks us up in an ATV, and returns us to the check in / front office. We have a choice of buying all the photos that the photographer takes along the course for ~$23 on a thumb drive, or just one for about $10. We took the stick. Big tip - have cash on hand for the guides' tips, because they really deserve it, and there is no nearby ATM. Much thanks to Isaac, who recommended Dana's BBQ & Burgers, for a nearby lunch. It was really good catfish and sausages!

Frequently Asked Questions about 76 Flylines

What should I wear?
Closed toed shoes are required, either tennis or hiking shoes. They also suggest long short or pants for the harness. Long hair should be tied back in a pony tail.

What is the weight requirements?
You must weigh between 50 to 250 lbs to be able to zip.

How many zip lines are at the course?
Currently, there are 6 zip lines.

What time should we arrive?
Tours depart daily every hour. If you want to confirm a specific tour time, you can call the number listed on your voucher.

Can I bring my camera?
No, due to safety reasons, cameras are not allowed. We have photographers on staff to get the perfect shot which will be available for purchase after your tour.

Will we have a tour guide with us?
Yes, at 76 Flylines, we have highly skilled guides! Each guide is required to pass extensive physical and written tests in order to receive their UZT certification to guide.