Canopy Run Zipline
The biggest adventure at the Lost Forest is the Canopy Run Zipline, which boasts seven different ziplines completing a thrilling course through the trees and meadows of Snowmass.
Snowmass Summer Dates
June 21-September 5, 9–11, 16–18, 23–25, September 30–October 2, 2022
Feel a rush of mountain air as you cross seven different ziplines of varying heights and lengths, including a final line that stretches for a quarter-mile with spectacular views in all directions. Rappel from 30- to 90-foot-high towers, cross aerial rope bridges, along with a short hike in the forest in the middle of the action. You'll return home feeling revived by the rush.
Available Start Times
Please review our Lost Forest Rules & Regulations before purchasing admission.
Rules & Health Requirements
- All guests must sign a release of liability waiver
- All loose clothing and hair below shoulder length shall be secured
- No food or gum is allowed
Health RequirementsGuests who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol of any kind may not participate in this activity. Guests with the following medical conditions may not participate in this activity: (a) pregnant or think they may be pregnant, (b) heart condition, (c) seizure condition, (d) history of back or neck injury, or (e) any other medical condition that prevents guest from following the safety rules and guidelines.
Height, Weight & Age Restrictions
Height: Between 48-78 inches / 122-198cm
Weight: Between 70–250 lbs / 32-113 kg
What To Bring
- Rain Jacket - Weather in the Rocky Mountains can change suddenly. You should always bring a rain jacket when hiking.
- Active clothing - It is best to wear athletic, moisture-wicking clothing regardless of the weather.
- Hiking boots or sturdy tennis shoes - It is best to wear hiking boots or tennis shoes with good tread and ankle support to maintain stability on rocky, muddy, and uneven terrain.
- Trail Map - Don't hike without a trail map to orient yourself. Trail maps are available at our ticket offices.
- Water - Bring sufficient water to sustain you on your hike.
- Snacks - Bring sufficient food and snacks to sustain you on your hike.
- Sunscreen - The altitude in Colorado makes you more susceptible to sunburn. Make sure you have applied sunscreen before hiking.
- Sun Protection - Sunglasses, hats, and other sun protection will make your hike more pleasant.