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Screaming Eagle Aerial Adventures at The Ark Encounter has limited Zipline Tours available through December 31, 2018!  We will close our park from January 1,2019 - March 1, 2019.  We wishes all of you a very MERRY holiday season!   


Soar down thousands of feet of zip lines, reach up to 50 mph and 17 stories in the air! At the Ark Encounter zip lines, you can choose your own thrill level before you ride, so both the extreme thrill seekers and casual joy riders can enjoy their zip. Make a day of it and experience the free fall jumps and adventure course. Plus be sure to go home with proof you conquered the zip lines by purchasing a custom photography package full of action shots from your day. (Zip lines and Eagle’s Nest Aerial Adventure course are not included in Ark Encounter admission.)

****NEW***** Our Zipline & Adventure Tours include FREE PHOTOS!!!

Our team of experienced Guides will capture your Zipline and Adventure Experience while you are on the course.  Provide us with your email address and we will send you all the photos taken while on your adventure!  Each participant that wishes to receive photos must provide a valid email address. #makingmemorieslast

Extreme Length

The Ark Encounter zip lines features 24 different zip lines to the course. Ten of these super-zip lines are about 1,000 linear feet and two of them approach 2,000 feet. 

Extreme Safety

Screaming Eagle at the Ark Encounter was designed and built by world renowned American Adventure Park Systems.  AAPS is the industry leader in safety evident by using the ONLY US Patented continuous belay system, the Quick Trekker System.  To learn more about the Quick Trekker safety system, click HERE.

Extreme Speed and Height

Thrill seekers, harness up and get ready for the wild ride. These are not your average zip lines. With speeds reaching up to 50 miles per hour and heights over 170 feet, the Ark Encounter zip lines take your ride to the max. At times you’ll be zooming more than 17 stories in the air, making the Ark look even more impressive as you take in the whole picture.