Idaho's ORIGINAL Canopy / Zip Line Tour!
September 30, 2015
Thank you for a GREAT 2015 Season !
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Check out our Zip Boise course !
Located in Eagle Island State Park, this course features some of the longest zip lines in the state, including the longest triple wide racing zip lines this side of the Mississippi, through our patented multi-line technology. And for you adrenaline junkies who want more thrills, we are also adding a Quick Jump off our 60 foot tower! Six zip lines ranging from 400 feet to the 1,100' Racing Lines, this tour won't disappoint. The best news is, it's right in the Treasure Valley, minutes from home, saving time and money. Be sure to visit the Zip Boise website and like us on Facebook.
Voted TOP 10 courses in America by USA Today!
Excited about zip lines? Then WELCOME to Zip Tamarack! Home of Idaho's first and premier zip line canopy tour. Consisting of zip lines, multiple suspension bridges, and height upwards of 175 feet off the ground, this is truly Idaho's best zip line tour. Family fun for everyone between weights of 85 and 270 pounds.
Zip Tamarack is located at the beautiful Tamarack Resort in Donnelly Idaho, just minutes south of McCall. Come experience the magic of the mountains and beat the Boise heat this summer. Our trained and certified guides are some of the best guides in the nation. As part of the EBL network of zip lines across America, our guides receive annual trainings, first aid and CPR training, along with tour details and local stories.
We look forward to hosting you this summer on our zip lines and experience the excitement of the Idaho mountains!
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- Zip Tamarack remains in top 10 > USA Today
- September 2, 2010
- Zip Tamarack remains listed one of the Top 10 Best canopy tours in the United States per an article in USA Today newspaper on September 3, 2010. …