Get ready to fly! … through the trees on Rockbrook’s own Zip Line Course!
Start with a short hike through the forest to the launching point for the first zip line. High above the camp you’ll glide by Stick Biscuit Falls, the 60-foot waterfall directly behind the camp office. Scramble around a huge boulder to find the next 150-foot zip that soars from rock to rock, over a wooded ravine. The next challenge is a series of plank and cable bridges strung through a dense rhododendron thicket. Step carefully along the next swinging bridge as it crosses over a deep gully, reaching the rock perch that serves as the launch for the final 450-foot, screaming-fast, zip across to the other side of camp.
Watch this video and see the zipping in action!
Girls of all ages can ride the zip lines at Rockbrook. All riders wear a helmet and harness, and are tethered to zip cables by Petzl dual-wheel locking pulleys, plus a redundant backup lanyard. Our course was designed and built to meet and/or exceed specifications established by the Association for Challenge Course Technology and is inspected annually. Our adventure staff receives thorough training on safety protocols, equipment care and use.