Texas Travel

Fall Foliage on a Zipline

By Callie Leahy 8.19.15

Is there anything prettier than the leaves changing colors in the fall in Texas? Check out some of the most scenic views of breathtaking fall foliage in the Lone Star State — with a twist! Buckle up and get ready to soar on a zipline for a one-of-a-kind experience at one of these top locations across the state.

  • Lake Travis Zipline Adventures — Leander Unleash your inner thrill seeker as you embark on an educational hike through Texas Hill Country, finishing off your day with a zip across beautiful Lake Travis. Offering “unmatched thrills and chills,” the Lake Travis Zipline Adventures experience is a unique three-hour adventure unlike any other.
  • Trinity Forest Adventure Park — Dallas Home to a one-of-a-kind aerial adventure park in the Lone Star State, the Trinity Forest Adventure Park features 7 acres of sky-high agility challenges. From ziplines to cargo ropes, participants of varying skill levels can zip, crawl, and climb through the park for three exhilarating hours.
  • Cypress Valley Canopy Tours — Spicewood From group tours to family outings, the zipline adventures at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours promise fun for the whole family. Zip through the treetops, then take a cooling dip in the clear-water pool or private lake, where a rope swing and optional zipline await you.
  • Adrenaline Rush Zipline Tour — Jacksonville Everything is bigger in Texas, and the Adrenaline Rush zipline is no exception. At 1,700 feet long, this zipline is one of the longest in Texas. Home to eight different ziplines — varying in length from 175 feet to 1,700 feet — this zipline adventure park is rated one of the top places to visit in East Texas.

For more fun things to do in the Lone Star State, visit www.TexasHeritageForLiving.com for family-friendly events, updated every month.