Zipline Route 66

Williams, AZ

Kids Fun
5 (3 reviews)

Where are we going?

Address: Kaibab National Forest, 800 S 6th St, Williams, AZ 86046, USA How do we get there? Number: 928 635 5358
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About this activity

Heading to the Grand Canyon, or traveling along that famous Route 66 and fancy something a bit different?

Well, it's a good thing Zipline Route 66 is there ready and waiting for you!

Zipline Route 66 is adventure with a difference, because here, it will likely be one of the funniest experiences on your travels!

All you need to do is get ready to travel 30pmh forward (and backward!) as you hang 110ft above that famous Route 66. Then, you just need to be ready to travel 700ft along the wire, and then come to an exciting stop at the end!

The great thing about the zipline is that it's not too scary for those little ones, and is exciting enough for those who love the thrills! It's the perfect stop on your way to the Grand Canyon, and fill your day with the best adventures possible!

This zipline is different to regular ziplines that you might know, as you're not strapped into a harness. Here, you don't have to climb towers or hike up mountains to get to the top. Here, the flying is the focus, and you just literally sit back and enjoy it!

If there are kids who aren't too confident going on their own, you can pair up with someone else and ride the zipline with them - perfect!

So next time you're on that classic Route 66, and happen to be going through Arizona, just think "do I fancy stopping to fly"? If you answered yes, then Zipline Route 66 it is!

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How much does it cost?



$12 in tandem. $15 for solo



Same as adult


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Zipline Route 66 FAQ’s

There are plenty of places in the nearby towns to grab something to eat - you won't be stopped too long to need food!

Kids must be over 42" to ride, and there are weight restrictions so just check if there is a concern

You must be able to physically "fit" into the restraining system. If you have a bad back you should't ride, but most disabilities are welcome

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