Adventure Ziplines in Branson, MO

501 N. Wildwood DriveBranson, MO 65616
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The only zipline adventure tour in Branson, Adventure Ziplines of Branson offer adrenaline junkies an exciting experience ideal for any age or group. Guests can soar 70 feet above the ground at up to 50 miles per hour on one of the seven ziplines, offering stunning views of the area during the ride. The experience lasts for two hours and includes complete zipline ground school training.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Located centrally in Branson.
  • Most affordable zipline course in Branson.
  • The only zipline in Branson you can ride upside down!
  • Wear comfortable clothing but not too loose and MUST wear closed toe shoes.
  • Arrive early to go over safety guidelines.
  • Must be able to climb stairs.


from Adventure Ziplines of Branson
Adventure Ziplines of Branson is conveniently located in the heart of Branson behind the Tanger Outlet Mall, just off the famous 76 strip. Each tour includes 7 breathtaking ziplines, three rope bridges to get your heart pumpin', and an ATV ride driven by one of our certified guides. Prepare for an experience that will create memories that will not soon be forgotten.

Our solid steel construction zipline towers meet and/or exceed ACCT standards.

Best Value for Families.

After purchase, a phone number will be provided on the e-Ticket to call and set up a date and time for your zipline adventure. ADVENTURE.

There is a 275 lb maximum weight requirement for safety.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

8 Reviews
Reserve Branson Customer
Ponca City, OK
1 Review
Verified Traveler
July, 2016
I had two boys 9 and three years old. We did the zip lines at night and the guides were great. I would highly recommend doing the Zip Lines.
Tip: Where loose clothing

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Marti Cochran
Sulphur, LA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Amazing Time"
June, 2016
We had an amazing time. Our guides where super fantastic. This was our first time to zipline and it was our favorit thing we did on our vacation. Thank you guys!

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Gary Yerina
Lake Jackson, TX
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"super zip line"
June, 2016
Took a group of 8 to Adventure ziplines. Had a great time for being a first time zip liner. Our guides headed up by Keaton were very helpful and sent us in the right direction every time. Some of us even got the nerve up to zip line upside down. Recommend this adventure to anyone under 60 year that wants some fun.
Tip: Wear some comfortable clothes.

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Mike Hudson
Harrison , AR
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great day in the Ozarks"
June, 2016
Took my daughter for Father's day and had a great time. The guides were fun and personable and made accommodations for the young ones on the tour easy. Highly recommend this attraction.

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Janet Niederkorn
Kersey, CO
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"High Flying Time"
November, 2015
The Adventure Zipline was a lot of fun. The guides were very helpful and fun.
Tip: Have fun, it's easy

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Sana Johnson
Rogers, AR
5 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Get ready for some fun."
April, 2015
This was our first time zip lining. It was a lot of fun except for one problem. One of the guides was not very nice and was very impatient with people. He yelled at people and made them nervous. He was very rude to my cousin in particular and made many comments about how he didn't want "boys to bump into him while breaking and it was okay for ladies though" him because he "just didn't flow that way." It sounded like harassment on many levels. But that was just the beginning of his unprofessional behavior. We spent $65 each and this guide named Cody was for sure not a happy person. We were all very excited to go there until we had to deal with Cody. People go on vacation to have fun not for some drill sergeant to yell at them and single out customers that are gay. smh
Tip: Zip Lining is fun.

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Amber Vaughn
Hartman, AR
1 Review
Verified Traveler
March, 2015
Our guides, Justin and Dominic, was amazing. I will make this a to do every time we go to Branson. I highly recommend it!
Tip: you have to climb up spiral stairs, were comfy clothes

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Jared Thrasher
Pawhuska, OK
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"So much fun!"
March, 2015
We had a group of five consisting of two 33 year olds, a 21 year old male, a 12 year old boy, and a 9 year old girl. Our guides were Jared and Kyle. They were very professional, confindent, had great personalities and were very safety conscious. We had a wonderful time and would love to do it again next time we are in Branson.
Tip: Wear comfortable (but not loose) clothes and closed toe footwear.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Jackie S
"What an AMAZING experience!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 21, 2017 NEW
This was probably the highlight of our trip to Branson! The staff was very friendly. The guides were very entertaining and helpful. We had a large group of 14 crazies (the youngest is 10) and the majority of our group were first timers and only 2 were experienced zipliners. The guides entertained our group and made everyone feel comfortable and safe while on the course. A definite must if you're in Branson!
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Shellie W
Boynton Beach, Florida
"The Chaney/Willard Adventure"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 19, 2017 NEW
What a blast! I have ziplined in the past, but what a great time with 2 "newby's". Our guides were funny yet very thorough & safe. We were Well entertained & taken care of!
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Grand Junction, Colorado
"Was on My Bucket List"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 17, 2017 NEW
I am 55 years old and have been heavy for the past 15 years - too heavy to go on a zipline. I've passed many a time as my children and their cousins have gone. I recently lost 65 pounds and was within the weight range. I am reclaiming my life and I wanted to try ziplining. Thank goodness for the willingness of my children and my nieces and nephews. We had a group of 10 and we did the night ziplining. We were with Mitch and Brock. I have to tell you after the first practice run, I was like "What have I gotten myself in to?" You zipline with your dominant hand behind you "on the line" to use as a brake. Well on the practice run I didn't let go of that line and it was a bouncy ride. Mitch and Brock were so patient with me. They explained what to do the next time and I remember at the end of the first real zip line, I shouted, "I DID IT!" I had shocked myself. Our guides were really, really great. They took the time to get to know each of us and they instructed each of us at our level of ability. My youngest son even attempted the upside down zip on the last run. It was a full moon that night and that just made it more remarkable. Here are some things that I learned that I would pass along. Since it was my first time, when darkness set in and I couldn't see where the line ended, I got nervous and stopped too soon. It was okay, because the guide got me in. But I may have felt more comfortable for my first time if I had gone in the daylight. Secondly I had tendinitis in my right thumb. So using my right hand as a brake did cause that to "flare up." However, if asked "Knowing that you might flare up your tendinitis, would you still have done this?" I answer, absolutely. It truly was on my bucket list and being together with my family and with two terrific guides made it all worth it.
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Julie S
Cuba, United States
"Great adventure ziplining"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed June 12, 2017 NEW
Our family of 12 ranging in ages with the youngest 4. Our 4 year old only made it on two zip lines, she was too scared. The other girls went tandom with the guides and they loved it. Our guides were great which made this experience so fun. The adventure was expensive as well as the cd of pictures.
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Claremore, Oklahoma
"Fun zipline"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 10, 2017 NEW
My first time to zip line and it was a great time! Staff was very contentious in explaining safety rules. Made us feel at ease. Everything about our adventure was awesome!!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Adventure Ziplines of Branson

Will I be very high during the zipline adventure?
The average zip line adventure will take you anywhere from a few feet, to over seventy feet high, where you can get a great view of the Branson forest canopy!

Is zip lining safe?
Almost all adventure trips, including things like rock climbing or white water rafting, carry risks with them. Our course was designed to be as safe as possible. We use only the highest quality of equipment available, and everything is checked daily by our experts, who are also professionally trained. We do everything that we can to make sure that you will be as safe as possible during your adventure.
How long is a zipline adventure?
If you’re taking a tour, you’ll likely spend around 1 1/2 hours at the tour. It takes about 20 minutes to complete orientation and training. The canopy tour tends to take around an hour and a half to complete. You will get to ride all 7 zip lines that range from 450 to 2,000 feet long.
Do I have to do a lot of walking or hiking?
Not much at all. You need to walk about 300’ to our training area and first tower. There are two towers that have circular staircases, one has 45 steps and the other has 65 steps. After you complete the 7th line, you will be transported in a Polaris ATV back up to our Lodge to view your pictures.
Can anyone go on a ziplining tour?
Our tour is designed for use by anyone who is over the age of three (children this young will tandem ride with one of our experienced guides or confident and responsible parent). You must be over seventy pounds to ride alone. The zip line is able to carry passengers who are between the weight of seventy and two hundred and seventy-five pounds. It is requested that participants in a zip lining tour are in average health with no heart or back problems that might result in a worsening health issue.
Can you go on a zip lining adventure when you are pregnant?
No, if you are pregnant you will not be allowed to go on a zip lining adventure, but we hope that you will contact us about an adventure after you have had your child.
Should I wear anything special?
When you’re planning on going on a zip line adventure, the first thing that you need to do is to make sure that you are wearing comfortable clothing. Skirts are not permitted unless you are wearing shorts or pants under it, and you should not wear any type of jewelry that dangles. Close-toed shoes are required and anything that’s loose, like scarves, should be removed. If you have long hair, it should be tied back, and you should take everything out of your pockets, including cell phones, so that they do not end up hopelessly lost on the floor of the forest.
Do you still offer zipline tours in cold weather? 
Yes!  The temperature can drop when you’re going on a zip line during the winter months, so make sure that you dress appropriately. Thick socks, a warm jacket that can zip up, a warm winter hat, thermal underwear, and even a face mask can be helpful if you’re going to be on a zip lining adventure in the winter months.
Do I have to wear any special equipment?
Your guide will fit you securely into a seat harness. You’ll also be given a helmet, gloves, a trolley system, which is what moves you throughout the cables, and 2 lanyards that have safety clips on them.
How about the rain? Can I go down the zip line in the rain?
You can go down a zip line in the rain, but not if there is any lightning. We try to make sure that we contact everyone who is booked for a zip lining adventure in the event of a storm. If your adventure is canceled due to inclement weather, you can opt to reschedule/
Can children under three zipline?
No. Children must be at least three years of age to zipline. 
How many people can go together?
We can have up to twelve people per tour. If your group consists of less than 12 people, you will likely be paired up with another small group.
Should I tip my guide?
That is totally up to you but it is common industry practice to give a tip to your guide. If they have provided you with the experience that you were hoping for, it is normal for a guide to receive a 10-15% tip per person.