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Our family had a great time zip lining with RidgeRunner. Shane and Cory were amazing guides. My kids (13 and 11) we trying it for the first time ever and had a blast. They went above and beyond to reassure them and encourage them to...More
I have a cabin locally and took my guests (Italian cousins / first timers) for an adventure; it was a great hit! The owner was very patient and attentive to everyone; the equipment and course was in very good condition; and the owner obviously made...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Sue J, Owner at RidgeRunner Ziplines, responded to this reviewResponded November 14, 2018
😊 yes was fun trip..language wasn't a barrier..your cousins were great!
My son and I had a wonderful time at RidgeRunner Ziplines. The staff were so helpful and kind and even patient with us. And they were just good, down to earth people, I laughed at every stop. They were very professional with our safety and...More
This was our 1st time zip lining with Ridge Runner Ziplines & we are looking forward to returning!!! Great location, price, & service. Thank you for the great memories our family made.
The Adams Family
We had been here previously and were happy with the experience and the guides. Today we had a newby in our party who had never ziplined before, and she was thrilled to have this experience. Our guides, Robert, Josie and Hardin (Zach) were absolutely awesome...More
Hi, I've gone a few times and have seen individuals who were afraid of heights go on the zips. First of all you learn about your gear as they gear you up... the pulleys, carbines and the lines... etc. The guides are very... More
Hi, I've gone a few times and have seen individuals who were afraid of heights go on the zips. First of all you learn about your gear as they gear you up... the pulleys, carbines and the lines... etc. The guides are very knowledgeable and helpful too. There is a low line you can try it out first... see how it feels. And then decide... your safety of course is first! But generally speaking... once you feel what it's like to "zip"... and understand the equipment is safe and the guides 'are there for you'... while zipping most people are looking forward or at the gorgeous mountain views... I think if you feel OK doing the 'lower line first'... you will know if you can handle the other... Ask the guides... they are really nice. Hope you go and enjoy it!
I think you will be fine. Our oldest son is afraid of heights and so is our youngest son (our youngest has zip lined twice now and our oldest did great too). I have never liked heights much either but both zip lining... More
I think you will be fine. Our oldest son is afraid of heights and so is our youngest son (our youngest has zip lined twice now and our oldest did great too). I have never liked heights much either but both zip lining experiences I have been on (one in at Shawnee Bluff in Il and the other at Ridge Runners) both went well. We all had a great time. Honestly my husband and middle son felt these lines were slower than the others they had been on but a great time was had by all. The staff was great and if you are concerned I would just talk to them about it. You ride up the mountain and it really doesn't seem that high off the ground when you are there. I think you can do this and will have a great time. It will be a wonderful memory you and your friends can share (as long as you all are in good health I see no problems)