Bear Creek Zipline Adventure
Enter Ketchikan's Fun-Zone! This eco-rainforest adventure for both beginners and experts features ziplines, tree platforms, a suspension bridge, and rappelling. Perfect for families, groups and first-time zipliners!
Your Alaska adventure begins with a ride up the steep hillside in a custom all-terrain 4x4 Unimog to the briefing camp. After orientation, your guides will introduce you to eight dual cable ziplines intersected by a lofty suspension bridge, with an aerial view of Bear Creek. Rappel from platform to platform on huge Western Hemlock and again to the ground from the final tree platform.
Experience panoramic ocean, forest and mountain views from the tree platforms on this exciting and safe adventure at the lush Herring Cove rainforest reserve, an eight-mile coastal drive from Ketchikan. In addition to tall stands of spruce, hemlock and cedar, the ecosystem here supports an extensive wildlife population.
Gear down at the base camp, where you will be presented with a special award in recognition of your achievement. View your action photograph and shop in the General Store before departure for the dock.
NOTES: Weight limitation: 70-250lbs. Height requirement: 50". Minors must be accompanied an adult. Full use of limbs required. Pregnant women, guests with injuries/seizure disorders not allowed. Waiver required. Closed toed shoes required. Long pants and layered clothing recommended. Rain jacket provided. No video or Go Pro cameras allowed on the course. Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed. Best for first-time ziplining guests.
Our meeting place for this tour is at: the statue at the Ketchikan Visitor's Bureau, 131 Front St.