Ziplines are long lines suspended in the air on an incline. A pulley system is used to ride down the line. Ziplines have been used for centuries as transportation for remote settlements. They were popularized for recreation after they were used extensively by scientists studying the rain forests of Central America. Today ziplining and canopy tours, multiple ziplines connected throughout a forrest canopy, are very popular forms of outdoor recreation and tourism.
Here at Tree Limin’ Extreme Ziplining is what we do. We have a multi-zipline canopy tour high in the forrest of St. Peter Mountain on the island of St. Thomas. We also create an extreme experience. From our singing rastas, to our jungle, wildlife, and the tour itself, you won’t want to miss any of it! And don’t forget the views, they are worth the trip themselves.
But remember the extreme in our name. There are a few things you should know:
***Reservations are Required***
We have no age minimum or maximum, however:
-You must weigh between 60 and 275 pounds.
-You must be less than 6 feet and 6 inches tall
-You must be in good general health.
-Wear closed toed shoes.
-Dress for the weather (it can be as extreme as our tour) **We Zip Rain or Shine**
-Come with a smile, a good attitude, and a sense of adventure.
If you have any questions please contact us at 340-777-9477 (ZIPS) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information or to book now visit our website at: www.ziplinestthomas.com