Log walks, stump traverses, and Tarzan swings are just some of the 50 activies sprinkled into the High Ropes Course and Aerial Adventure at Glacier Highline in Coram, Montana. An adventure pass ticket includes unlimited access to a climbing wall the high ropes course with a 200-foot zip line, inflatable water slide, and the inflatable obstacle course.
Utah Adventure Center takes adventurers deep into a canyon outside of Ogden, where you’ll use a special climbing system of anchored steel ladder rungs and safety cables—developed in the Alps of Italy and Austria—to scale 400 feet up a mountain. Manager Chris Peterson says this allows beginners the adrenaline rush of experienced climbers. After the climb, head for zip lines that soar across a 350-foot waterfall.
Dodge huge punching bags and zoom on a plank “skateboard” across a steel cable with views of the Grand Tetons at Treetop Adventure at Snow King Mountain Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Kids have their own course, six-to-ten feet in the air, with climbing walls, nets, and swinging bridges.