Zipline tour on Oahu’s North Shore by Climb Works – Keana Farms
Feel the adrenaline rush of soaring from the top of Oahu’s longest ziplines on this guided tour. Start with a short ATV ride to the top of a mountain. Then enjoy spectacular panoramic ocean and mountain views of Oahu’s famous North Shore from long, high and extra-quiet ziplines ranging from 500 to 2,400 feet. Along the way, encounter rappels, sky bridges, scenic boardwalks, and a couple of surprises for some fun activities that challenge in a safe and controlled way.
8 Side-by-Side Zipline Runs
Our long, high, and extra-quiet Oahu zip lines are designed so you can see the North Shore’s famous beaches, farms, and lush mountains with the person of your choice right next to you. Lines range from 500 – 2400 feet.
ATV Ride to the top
Start the tour off with a 10-minute, 2-mile ATV ride (6 passenger) to the top of the mountain. You’ll go by farms, through the jungle, and up the mountainside – seeing all the different inland landscapes Hawaii has to offer.
Along the tour you’ll encounter rappels, sky bridges, scenic boardwalks, and a couple surprises for some fun activities that challenge you in a safe and controlled way.
- Banzai Pipeline
- Sunset Beach Park
- North Shore
- Climb Works Keana Farms
Jurassic Valley Zipline Tour by Kualoa Ranch
Zipline through the Ka’a’awa Valley rainforest on this tour at Kualoa Ranch. Fly safely down fourteen tandem cables, then cross two suspension bridges that swing over rushing streams. Learn about the native plant and animal life that abounds in this lush valley from your experienced adventure guides, who are there to ensure your comfort and safety. No zipline experience is necessary.
What to Except
Make your way to the family-owned Kualoa Ranch, a working cattle ranch in the sacred Ka’a’awa Valley. The windward side of the island, where the ranch is located, has a very different landscape than the beaches of Waikiki and is ripe for exploration. The cliffs, beaches and thick rainforest have made up the backdrop for many blockbuster films like Pearl Harbor and Jurassic Park.
Meet your experienced adventure guides for a short orientation, then get fitted with your safety equipment. Take off over the series of fourteen ziplines, each named for a culturally significant aspect of the Ka’a’awa Valley and ranging in length from 200 feet to 1/4 mile (.4 km). The course has an automatic braking system, so all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride. Fly through the forest and across burbling natural streams. Cross several suspension bridges and learn about the local plant and animal life from your guide along the way.
Embark on a couple of short treks along nature trails, each about 5 minutes in length, as your guide points out Hawaiian medicinal plants and describes their ancient traditional uses.