Zippin’ Safari

Rules of the Ride



The Racing Raptor Zip Line is designed for people with average mobility and strength. Guests should be in reasonably good health. Children between the ages of 8 and 17 must be accompanied by an adult. An adult or legal guardian must sign a permission-to-zip document. In the state of Arizona, no one under the age of eighteen may sign a legal document. You will be fitted with a seat harness, chest harness, a trolley system, two lanyards with safety clips, and a helmet. The equipment is similar to rock climbing gear. It is specifically designed for application on a zip line. As a safety concern for the animals, cell phones, cameras, and any other electronic devices or loose apparatus are strictly prohibited. Anything that falls from your pockets will be irretrievably lost.

Not Permitted to Ride:

  • No one weighing less than 60 pounds
  • No one weighing more than 285 pounds
  • Underage (Must be at last 8 years old)
  • Women who are pregnant
  • People with recent or repeated neck, back or muscular-skeletal injuries
  • People impaired by the use of illegal or legal drugs and alcohol
  • People who are suffering from any medical condition that may require immediate medical assistance

Not Permitted on the Zip Line:

  • No cell phones, cameras, or any electronic devices
  • No car keys (We provide locked storage for keys & wallets)
  • No pets
  • No tobacco products, alcohol, or drugs
  • No chewing gum
  • No food

Appropriate Attire:

  • Sturdy, closed-toe shoes, or boots
  • No sandals, flip flops, slip-on, or Crocs
  • Sunglasses or ski goggles are recommended during cold weather or rain and wind conditions
  • All glasses must be secured with a retainer strap
  • Long hair must be tied back
  • Leave your jewelry at home
  • You will be wearing a harness, short-shorts will bind
  • No skirts
  • Dress for the weather

Please bring with you:

  • Any medication that may be immediately necessary to prevent the onset of a serious medical event: asthma inhalers, epi-pens, insulin, etc.