Arizona March 13, 2019
You Can Zipline Down Route 66 When You Visit This Quaint Arizona Town
Getting your kicks on Route 66 has never been easier. This family-friendly zipline runs straight through the charming town of Williams, allowing riders to marvel at not only the abounding shops and restaurants but also the majestic Grand Canyon.
Known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon," Williams is a small town with breathtaking scenery. The world's most famous highway also runs straight through it, and you'll find quirky restaurants and shops around every corner.
Instead of driving down Main Street, why not get a bird's eye view? Route 66 Zipline is a family-friendly attraction that takes you soaring to new heights.
Comfortable seats are modeled after mountainside trams more so than a traditional zipline. This makes it suitable for all ages!
Sit next to your sweetheart, best friend, or child and take a ride down Grand Canyon Boulevard. Designed to look like classic cars, the attraction creates a realistic vibe of Route 66 during its heyday.
Rates are $15 per person, but you can save by purchasing a family package for $36. Current hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday & Saturday. Click
here to see an updated schedule each month.
You'll find Route 66 Zipline at 200 North Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams, AZ 86046. Get ready to get your kicks!
For more information, check out the
official website or Facebook page.
Have you ever ridden the Route 66 Zipline? What’s your favorite zipline in Arizona?
This one is pretty spectacular.