- Young Kwak
- Flying high at Silver Streak Zipline Tours.
Adventure Dynamics was way ahead of the ziplining trend, setting up shop more than 25 years ago with a primary goal of teaching teamwork and promoting individual development. In addition to their challenge courses, a three-hour zipline aerial adventure features two zips, a vertical obstacle course, a giant swing and ladder and a high balance beam. 12410 N. Red Fir Lane, Nine Mile Falls, Wash. • 467-0800
Mica Moon Zip Tours
The Inland Northwest's newest zipline tour offers a 2½-hour experience with an exciting UTV ride up the mountain, eight ziplines, two short hikes and eight treetop platforms. You'll get a bird's-eye view of the beautiful, privately owned property on Mica Peak. And if one zip isn't enough, you can buy a season "frequent flier" pass. 23403 E. Mission Ave., Suite 100, Spokane • 587-4020
Silver Streak Zipline Tours
This scenic zipline tour in Wallace, Idaho, has 3 miles of cables in two courses that cross 250 acres of privately owned mountainous terrain. Zipliners can reach speeds of up to 60 mph, especially on "Dragon's Breath," the fastest and steepest of the 10 available lines. If the ziplines don't get your heart pumping, then add a laser-tag package to your zip trip. Silver Streak now features an outdoor laser tag arena. 516 Pine St., Wallace, Idaho • 208-556-1690
Coeur d'Alene's first and only zipline tour offers a 2½-hour adventure with seven ziplines, three sky bridges and a "pretty epic surprise" at the end. Bring a camera (with a strap) if you dare — they don't call it Beauty Bay for no reason. 210 W. Sherman Ave. #131, Coeur d'Alene • 208-820-2080 n