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Telluride Colorado

Telluride Canopy Adventure

The Telluride Canopy Adventure is scheduled to open in Summer 2021.

Reach new heights and feel the rush of mountain air on the brand new Telluride Canopy Adventure. Experience 5 ziplines, 2 aerial bridges, and 2 rappels. Reaching 140 feet off the ground, enjoy an adventure in the tree tops and a bird’s eye view of the surrounding San Juan Mountains that you’ll never forget.

Ziplines. Aerial Bridges. Rappeling. Adrenaline!


    Nuts and Bolts:
    ✔ Experience takes approximately 3 hours
    ✔ Age 15 and below must be accompanied by an adult
    ✔ Up to 6 guests per tour
    ✔ First tour starts at 9am
    ✔ Last tour starts at 2:30pm
    ✔ Weight minimum 70 pounds
    ✔ Weight maximum 250 pounds
    ✔ Maximum Height: 6'6"
    ✔ All guests must sign a liability waiver before adventure
    ✔ Tour begins at the Telluride Adventure Center where you get debriefed with safety video, weigh in, and get geared up. Ride the Village Express Chairlift then walk to training area. Side by side UTVs return you back to the Mountain Village Core upon completed adventure. Guests should arrive at the Telluride Adventure Center 15 minutes prior to the tour start time. Late arrivals may not be accommodated.

    ✔ $89/person
    ✔ $395 Private Canopy Adventure buyout
    ✔ $69/person with a qualified Telluride Full Winter Season Pass*
    *Discount applicable to 2019/20 full winter season pass holders only. Not available for any multi-day pass product.

    Cancellation\Weather Policies:
    ✔ CANCELLATION POLICY: 7 Day Advance Notice Required
    ✔ Weather Dependent with money back guarantee if tours are canceled
    ✔ Canopy Adventures start PROMPTLY at the designated time; Late arrivals may not be accommodated

    Participant Physical Limitations and Health Considerations:
    ✔ Participants must not have any physical limitations that would keep them from performing the required on-course skills and be able to demonstrate these skills in Ground School. The on-course skills are:

    • Proper equipment use
    • Assuming proper body position
    • Hiking / Walking
    • Proper Element use
    • Self-arrest and self-rescue
    • Understanding signals and commands

    ✔ Must not be pregnant
    ✔ Must not be intoxicated through the use of legal, illegal, or prescribed intoxicants
    ✔ Have no medical conditions which would require immediate medical attention or be exacerbated by participation
    ✔ Must be able to understand and follow instructions (verbal and/or visual) given by staff





    ✔ Only closed-toed shoes and boots are allowed on the Canopy Adventure. No sandals or flip-flops.
    Wear longer shorts, pants or leggings (for more comfort with the harness)
    Short-sleeved and long-sleeved shirts are most comfortable. Bring layers!
    ✔ Bring sunscreen , sunglasses , a water bottle , and a portable snack .
    Take off all necklaces and large jewelry before arriving.
    If you bring your phone , store it in a securely zipped pocket – Should you drop your phone along the way, the guides will not be able to retrieve it! GoPros and secured cameras are recommended.
    Backpack and personal item storage is available prior to loading the chairlift.
    Use the restroom before you go – The Canopy Adventure largely takes place on the mountain without immediate access to restroom facilities.

Guests who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol of any kind may not participate in this activity. Guests with the following medical conditions may not participate in this activity: (a) pregnant or think they may be pregnant, (b) heart condition, (c) seizure condition, (d) history of back or neck injury, or (e) any other medical condition that prevents guest from following the safety rules and guidelines.