Zipline

Zipline

Now Open!

Road America is now offering an above ground, no experience necessary, high adrenaline rush. Race a friend or family member on our incredible 1200-foot twin zip line at speeds in excess of 60 miles per hour for the thrill of your life! Anybody who is in good health, and fits within the weight requirements can experience the fast paced, high intensity adventure of zip line traversing on one of the Midwest's tallest and fastest zip lines. All you need is the courage to step off the platform.

The zip line launch tower is located just a couple of minutes walk from the paddock, across the Corvette Bridge high above Turn 13. The cable follows a path from the hillside overlooking Turn 13, down to a landing tower overlooking Turn 14 and the North Paddock. During the ride you will have the rare opportunity to take in some of the beautiful Road America scenery and racing from above.

A zip line release & waiver of liability form must be completed for this activity. You can complete the form when you arrive, or for groups, bring your completed and signed forms with you. During public events the zip line will only be open for walk up purchases at the landing platform to those already possessing a general admission ticket.

$35 per zip, $45 for your second zip

Adult waiver

Minor waiver

 

How much time should I plan for Zip lining?

Your wait time will depend on many factors but generally no more than 25 minutes from the time you check-in until the time you step off. Like many attractions, it is recommended to come early to get the shortest wait times. On days of operation, Hi-Liner typically opens at 10:00am and generally closes at sun down. We promise to do our best to keep wait times at a minimum, but please be patient with us while we provide a tremendous experience to those whom are ahead of you.

What should I wear?

It is recommended that you wear clothing that is comfortable for the weather of the day you will be visiting us. Keep in mind that we operate in light rain, wind, and heat, so dress appropriately. Gym shoes are ideal for Zip lining footwear. Flip Flops and Hi-heeled shoes are not allowed. Any accessories that could potentially be dropped while Zip lining is strictly prohibited. Long hair should be tied back. Please do not wear anything you do not want to lose such as jewelry. Hi-Liner is not responsible for any lost, stolen, damaged or misplaced personal property.

Do we operate in the rain?

Yes, but not thunder and lighting. Since most storms in the Summer pass quickly, We encourage you to plan on joining us even if the forecast is not stellar. If a storm arrives, we will wait it out and get you on to your activity as soon as it is safe.

Is Zip lining safe? What if I am afraid of heights?

A fear of heights is a very normal human experience. We welcome the fearful and encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and enjoy the adventure of zip lining! Your safety is our highest priority. All of our equipment is inspected and tested regularly to ensure it exceeds minimum safety specifications. Our staff is professionally trained and certified in all aspects of safety, procedures, and proper equipment use. They will be happy to answer any of your questions and make sure you feel comfortable and safe from start to finish.

Who can Zip?

Our zip lines are designed to accommodate the majority of those who want to participate. Participants should weigh between 70 and 300 pounds to best fit in our harnesses. Children riders under 18 years of age are welcome but must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign a waiver and be able to fit properly into the harness. Riders must be able to climb the stairs of our six level take off platform. You will not be permitted to participate if you are under the influence of alcohol or other impairing substances to protect the safety of all involved. Hi-Liner reserves the right to refuse participation to any person who may compromise the health and safety of our clients or our staff.

Can I bring a still or video camera?

Yes! However, you must have a wrist strap to to secure the device to your person at all times. Just be sure to let us know when you check-in that you’ll be bringing a camera along, we’re happy to help you properly secure it.

Do I have to have any skills or experience to Zip line?

No! Our trained staff will give you a short speech on safety and proper posture while in the harness. At Hi-Liner Zip line we provide a hands free Zip lining experience. Your lanyard will attach you to the line and our braking mechanism will slow you down to a comfortable speed before the landing tower. We have installed the highest quality braking systems which will ensure your arrival at the landing tower is safe and smooth.

What kind of equipment will I wear?

At Hi-Liner, we provide all of the necessary equipment you’ll need to enjoy your Zip line experience to the fullest! One of our trained staff members will fit you with a full body harness that adjusts at the legs, waist, shoulders, and chest. Attached to your harness will be a lanyard with a trolley and a triple locking carabiner which serves as your connection to the line. You will also be provided with an adjustable Petzl helmet. The equipment is similar to rock climbing gear, but is specifically designed to meet the needs of zip lining.

Policies

WEATHER POLICY- We will not run our zip lines when it is unsafe during storms when high winds, thunder, and lighting are present. In rare severe cases when we encounter a complete rain out during your visit to Hi-Liner Dual racing zip lines, you can retain your ticket for use on another day for when the weather is better.
It is important to remember that foul weather in your area does not necessarily mean foul weather at Hi-Liner. In some cases, Zip lining tours will be postponed to allow for the weather system to pass. Once the inclement weather passes, we then will resume Zip lining. Many magical tours have occurred during or right after a summer storm has passed through. So, as not to deprive you of a great experience, we are likely to wait and see!
WHAT SHOULD I BRING? - Guests should wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes. Please remove all jewelry and sun glasses prior to your tour. Jewelry, cell phones and personal possessions should be stored in your vehicle or left at home. We are not responsible for personal property lost, damaged, or stolen during the tour. Cameras with secure retaining straps are permitted on the tour. Cameras without retaining straps are not recommended. Food and drinks are allowed on premises but not while on tour.
RESTRICTIONS - Our Zip line tour is designed for participants that are able bodied and in good health. Approximate acceptable weight ranges are from 70 to 300 pounds and must be able to climb stairs unassisted. Pregnant women, people with heart, leg, or back problems, or other serious illnesses are advised not to do the Zip line tour. Minors under the age of 18 are welcome when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Exceptions to any restrictions are at the discretion of the management. Please email us if you have questions regarding our restrictions.