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Fall

The Best Yet!

Oct 03, 2011 | Category: Soaring Blog

Several visitors zipline through the fall trees.Get a fresh amazing view of the Fall colors by soaring through the trees! The last day of the 2011 season at Soaring Tree Top Adventures is October 18, meaning there is just over two and a half weeks left to book your Soaring adventure. So plan a trip to the Southwest and enjoy the pleasant sunny days of Fall. As you travel North in our first-class Tall Timber Legend car on the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad you will see brilliant golden cottonwoods along the Animas River. On the mountainsides the Aspen trees are a splash of color among the evergreen conifers. Aspen Alley, a 420 foot span on the first half is about to reach its peak color and there is truly no better time to soar through the trees!

We have a total of 27 spans ranging in length from 56 to 1400 feet, giving you plenty of time to snap photographs of family and friends and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the San Juan Mountains. Not only is the scenery top-notch, so is our equipment. We use only the highest quality and most comfortable Petzl equipment. Each piece of the course is thoroughly inspected each morning before your visit. Attention to detail is evident throughout the day and so is the incredible amount of fun and excitement! It’s so much fun you’ll be planning your next visit before you even leave. So book your visit to the world’s largest zip-line course by calling our office at (970) 769-2357 or visiting our website at www.soaringcolorado.com today.


Green LeafEco-insight
: Fall leaves are falling and instead of adding a lot of unnecessary waste to the local landfill find out if your neighborhood offers composting for leaves. Resist the temptation to crank up the thermostat by putting on a sweater or fleece to keep warm and save energy, money, and the environment.