If you’re bored and stuck at home, you might be looking for something, anything, to experience some excitement. For those of you looking to live on the edge, we’ve got the perfect thing for you – ziplines!
Think about it – what could be more thrilling than flying through the air as fast as a car, hanging only by a cable, wind rushing by and beautiful views all around? That’s exactly what you will find on this list of ziplines near San Antonio TX.
Editor’s note: Don Strange Ranch and Natural Bridge Caverns are both running Groupon deals for their zip lines right now. You can save up to 30% at Don Strange Ranch here or 10% off at Natural Bridge Caverns here.
Best Ziplines in San Antonio, Tx
#1 Alpine Tower & Zipline at Don Strange Ranch
103 Waring Welfare Road
Boerne, TX 78006
Located on the edge of Boerne, only about 30 minutes from San Antonio, is Don Strange Ranch. Among other attractions, Don Strange Ranch is home to the Alpine Tower & Zipline. Starting at ground level, the ropes course takes you approximately 60 feet into the air and feature a tower, bridges, zip lines, and more.
You can learn more here.
#2 Helotes Hill Country Ziplines
18026 Frank Madla Rd
Helotes, TX 78023
Helotes Hill Country Ziplines is close to San Antonio, but still offers the amazing views of the Hill Country. This course includes nine ziplines that range from 10 to 1000 feet in height! You can expect speeds to reach about 35 mph, which the site says is “faster than you will in downtown traffic.”
For more info, visit their site here.
#3 Twisted Trails at Natural Bridge Caverns
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd
San Antonio, TX 78266
Located at Natural Bridge Caverns, the Twisted Trails Sky Adventure is a unique entry in our list of ziplines near San Antonio, TX. This adventure course is four levels high and includes rope ladders, beams, lily pads, twisted ropes, and more. There are also seven zip rails, which are “like riding a zip line, but the best part is you are in control of what challenges and routes you take as you navigate to the zip rails,” according to the website.
There’s also a small zip rail for the little ones, as well as various climbing structures.
You can view more information about the Twisted Trails here.