Minnesota October 04, 2017
This Canopy Tour In Minnesota Is The Perfect Way To See The Fall Colors Like Never Before
As if there weren’t enough things to do in Minnesota in the fall… In addition to
fall foliage road trips, colorful train rides, and charming cider mills, there’s one fall attraction that you don’t want to miss this. A canopy tour with Minnesota Ziplines & Adventures will help you see the season’s colors like never before.
Minnesota Zip Lines & Adventures has been taking people high above the trees since it started about five years ago.
It has quickly become one of the most fun - and most popular - treetop adventures in all of Minnesota.
It only gets more fun in the fall, when the zip lines and suspension bridges offer incredible autumn views. At each of its two locations, Minnesota Zip lines & Adventures will take you on the most colorful tour you'll have all year.
The Kerfoot Canopy Tour, located just outside of Minneapolis in Henderson, Minnesota, is the larger of the two courses.
You'll whizz down 14 zip lines for exhilarating views of the Minnesota River Valley.
A 170 foot suspension bridge will also impress you.
Northern Minnesotans, don't feel left out. Minnesota Ziplines & Adventures has a Brainerd location, too.
Though smaller, with seven ziplines, the course is no less beautiful. It offers breathtaking lake views - all surrounded by changing trees!
If you're up for it, you can choose to take an optional 50-foot free fall as the final step of your fall adventure.
The adrenaline rush, paired with the incredible beauty of Minnesota in fall, is more than worth it.
Prices vary based on day and location, but they range from $79 to $99. The price includes instruction by experienced guides who will help you have a safe, fun experience.
Trust us, you'll never look at fall the same again after you see it from above!
Minnesota Ziplines & Adventures has two locations. The Henderson location is found at 30200 Scenic Byway Road. In Brainerd, your adventure will start at 9898 County Road 77 Southwest. Click
to find more information how to book your canopy tour.
What do you think? Would you ever take a canopy tour to see the fall colors? If you’re looking for even more treetop fun, check out our article about
the stomach-dropping canopy walk you can only take in Minnesota.