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Soaring Zipline Adventure: Three Tours in One

  One of Colorado’s most iconic adventures is The Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway. This rail system was built in 1881, with steam locomotives carrying ore back from the old mining settlements high in the San Juan Mountains. Now this rail line brings tourists along this route for a historical and majestic ride. Guests enjoy…

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August 3, 2021

What To Do After You Soar?

It’s Summer! After the past trying year of 2020, we are finally in a place to travel again. There is no better place to take your next family vacation than Durango, Colorado. A place suited for all types of adventure travelers, Durango has it all. While we may be biased, Soaring Tree Top Adventures is…

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June 15, 2021

The History Behind Soaring: Throwback Thursday Discount

Soaring Tree Top Adventures is paying homage to our roots with a Throwback Thursday celebration this summer.  We are offering a great discount every Thursday, reducing our rate by $150 per person! Time and time again, many are in awe of how spectacular of a location our Colorado zip line adventure is in.  The property,…

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June 3, 2021

Fall Colors: Experience Autumn at our Treetop Zip Line in Durango

Come experience autumn at our Treetop Zip line in Durango. Though it’s the Northeast that’s famous for fall foliage, Colorado also has striking colors to offer. Residents and visitors alike are gearing up for the changing leaves. Most trees in the area are evergreens. Of course, these will not lose their needles in preparation for…

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September 4, 2017

Durango Adventure Tours: Zip line over the Animas River

Every year people come to Southwest Colorado for Durango adventure tours. This could be deep underground during one of the area’s old mine tours. It could be close to the clouds as you jeep over rugged mountain passes that are 10,000 feet or more above sea level. Also, adventures in the area often include the…

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August 20, 2017

Durango Mountain Zip Line: Breathtaking Natural Beauty

Colorado’s natural beauty is part of what makes our Durango mountain zip line so special. Visitors come from all over to breathe fresh mountain air and take in stunning views. Southwest Colorado’s San Juan Mountains are the southern most section of the Rocky Mountains. Colorado visitors often hike or drive above tree-line to see alpine…

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July 13, 2017

4th of July Adventure – Zip line along the Durango Silverton Train

Another excellent season is underway and we are gearing up to help people celebrate the 4th by soaring our zip line along the Durango Silverton Train. Since mid-May we have been giving many guests the thrill of a lifetime on the world’s largest zip line course. The days around 4th of July will be our…

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June 28, 2017

A Two-in-One Package: The Durango Train Zip Line Adventure!

One of southern Colorado’s greatest treasures is the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Built in 1881, the steam locomotive train now carries tourists deep into the rugged San Juan Mountains for a historic and breathtaking view. Originally used to transport silver ore, this mining relic traverses through some of Colorado’s best-preserved lands. Guests enjoy…

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September 3, 2016

The Colorado Eco Tour at Soaring Tree Top Adventures

Here at Soaring, we believe in providing our guests with exhilarating memories to last a lifetime as well as knowledge to protect and care for our beautiful forest. Built into our Colorado zip line adventure is a full-day ecology tour which provides an overview of the ecosystem of the San Juan National Forest. Our parcel…

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August 12, 2016

Things to do near Moab, Utah: The World’s Largest Zip Line!

If you are planning a trip to the Southwestern United States, you must add things to do near Moab, Utah to your list. Located in the southeastern part of the state, Moab boasts a host of nearby national parks including Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and the San Juan National Forest. Traditionally part of the Grand…

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July 22, 2016