Yellowstone EcoTour Zip & Dip

 

The Yellowstone EcoTour will take you on a guided aerial adventure, soaring through the historic Stermitz Ranch. This remote & scenic property bordering Yellowstone Park offers gorgeous views, a babbling mountain stream & wildlife viewing.

The EcoTour Zip offers long lines and gorgeous views of the Ranch and surrounding mountains. You will fly down a mountainside on 3 zips and 2 adventure elements. Gaze at the gorgeous pristine vistas, listen to the gurgling stream, and watch for wildlife on this rare Montana adventure. Weight Limit 260 lbs

Your  Half Day Yellowstone River Raft Dip can be scheduled on the same or different days as your ZipLine EcoTour Tour.

Our Half Day Paradise Raft Trip begins on the northern border of Yellowstone Park, right where the Gardiner River converges with the mighty Yellowstone River. This trip is fun for the whole family with class 1-3 rapids! Ride the waves at Man-Eater Hole, Boonie’s Revenge and Sleeping Giant! Take in the breathtaking view of Devils Slide. Float through some flat water stretches that are great for swimming and relaxing. This trip is great for first time rafters or family groups with wide age and ability ranges. Boats usually accommodate 8-12 people depending on size and group demands.

  • 6 Total Elements
  • 3 Zip Lines
  • 1 Sky Bridge
  • 1 Slide
  • Longest Zip Line: 1200ft
  • 1 five minute hike
  • Maximum group size is 10
  • Trip length is 3 hours
  • Two Guides lead each zip trip
  • Choose from 2 levels of rafting:
    • Yellowstone River half day (class I-III)
      or Scenic (class I)
  • Plan on a 6-7 hour day.
  • Split the activities into two days at the same price.

 

The Yellowstone EcoTour will take you on a guided aerial adventure, soaring through the historic Stermitz Ranch. This remote & scenic property bordering Yellowstone Park offers gorgeous views, a babbling mountain stream & wildlife viewing.

The EcoTour Zip offers long lines and gorgeous views of the Ranch and surrounding mountains. You will fly down a mountainside on 3 zips and 2 adventure elements. Gaze at the gorgeous pristine vistas, listen to the gurgling stream, and watch for wildlife on this rare Montana adventure. Weight Limit 260 lbs

Your  Half Day Yellowstone River Raft Dip can be scheduled on the same or different days as your ZipLine EcoTour Tour.

Our Half Day Paradise Raft Trip begins on the northern border of Yellowstone Park, right where the Gardiner River converges with the mighty Yellowstone River. This trip is fun for the whole family with class 1-3 rapids! Ride the waves at Man-Eater Hole, Boonie’s Revenge and Sleeping Giant! Take in the breathtaking view of Devils Slide. Float through some flat water stretches that are great for swimming and relaxing. This trip is great for first time rafters or family groups with wide age and ability ranges. Boats usually accommodate 8-12 people depending on size and group demands.

  • 6 Total Elements
  • 3 Zip Lines
  • 1 Sky Bridge
  • 1 Slide
  • Longest Zip Line: 1200ft
  • 1 five minute hike
  • Maximum group size is 10
  • Trip length is 3 hours
  • Two Guides lead each zip trip
  • Choose from 2 levels of rafting:
    • Yellowstone River half day (class I-III)
      or Scenic (class I)
  • Plan on a 6-7 hour day.
  • Split the activities into two days at the same price.

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  • Adult: $44 | Child (Ages 5-12): $33

  • Ages

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