Get Ready To Zip!!

We are glad that you that you have decided to come fly away with us.  Here are some that things you should know before you come.

Release Form

Arrival

  • PLEASE ARRIVE 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR SCHEDULE TOUR TIME
  • Upon arrival please lock all belongings in your car.
  • Please use the restroom before your scheduled tour time.
  • Turn in your signed release form.
  • Please have planned for you scheduled Canopy Tour to take 3 to 3 and half hours and your Bootleg tours to take 1 and half to 2 hours.
  • Get ready to have fun!

Tour Requirements/Restrictions

  • Participants must weigh between 75-265 pounds
  • Must be in moderate to good health and be able to walk a mile
  • Must sign a Canopy Tour Release Form (if under 18 yrs. old, you must have the signature of a parent or legal guardian)
  • Cannot be pregnant
  • Cannot be under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Cannot have ongoing, recent injuries permitting regular recreational activity
  • Cannot have epilepsy or seizure disorders
  • Cannot have major heart conditions that may require immediate emergency action

Appropriate Dress

  • Dress appropriate for whatever weather conditions you will be zipping in.  We operate the tour in almost any weather condition so if rain is predicted please bring appropriate water-proof clothing- you’ll be way more comfortable!
  • Wear clothes that are not loose fitting.  If your clothes are loose there is a chance that it could get caught in the zip device.
  • You are required to wear closed toed shoes with socks and shorts that are a minimum of 8 in.

What To Bring or Leave Behind

  • Appropriate clothing
  • Required medications (inhalers, EPI-pens, etc.)
  • Glasses (straps are encouraged)
  • Cameras are permit table but make sure that they can fit in your pocket.  Remember that we are not held liable if they are dropped or damaged during the tour.
  • PLEASE DO NOT BRING BACKPACKS, FANNIE-PACKS, SANDALS OF ANY KIND OR WEAR A LARGE BELT BUCKLE.

Tipping Policy

  • Tipping is appreciated but not required.  A tip is a great way to show your guide that you had a great time and that they did a great job.