• Time: Mon-Sat 8a-5p
  • Phone: (334) 670-9954
  • Location: 2127 Butter and Egg Rd, Troy, AL 36081
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Zipping Through Summer On Zip Lines

Summer is a great time to enjoy zip line courses.  Zip lines have been gaining popularity and are showing up all throughout the United States and other countries. Zipping through summer on zip lines is the thing to do!

Zipping Through Summer On Zip Lines

What benefits do you get from zip lining?

  • It is one of the closest things to flying you will experience other than skydiving and if you are not ready to sky dive just yet it is probably a less intimidating experience.
  • If you are afraid of heights zip lining is one way to tackle that fear.
  • Awesome scenic views. You cannot find a better view and different perspectives of an area than zip lining. You may be able to see a lot if you are in a helicopter or plane but a zip line gives you a closer perspective.

Now that you are convinced a zip line adventure park might be a good fit for you, what do you need to look for in a zip line course and what do you need to do to ensure your safety?

  • Does the company and operators appear knowledgeable and legitimate? Find out how often the course is inspected and who handles the inspection. Ask about the park’s safety record and insurance. Find out about the operators and their backgrounds.
  • Is there a safety demonstration included if not you need to look at going to a different course.
  • How is the equipment? Does it look like it is maintained do the lines look worn? Are the platforms sturdy and have guard rails?
  • Listen and watch your step. Make sure you pay attention to the operator’s instructions and ask questions if you do not understand.
  • Know your limitations both physically and emotionally. If you are prone to anxiety and stress out easily you might want to watch someone before you try it.
  • Wear the right gear. Wear your helmet and closed toe shoes.

Now you are ready for zipping through summer on zip lines!

Closed until April 17th

Effective March 17th, Butter and Egg Adventures will be closed tll at least Friday, April 17, 2020, following State of Alabama mandates and guidance by the Alabama Department of Public Health.  It is our hope that each and everyone of you stays safe during this time and take all necessary precautions.  We will continue to update the situation as needed on both the website and our social media platforms.  We will continue to take calls and Event Quote Requests for the future.