1. Hear a Lion’s Roar in the Wild Animal Sanctuary
Stroll above the habitats full of tiger people, packages of wolves, grizzly bears, Bolivian lions along with other rescued unique and endangered types in the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, only an hour’s drive from Denver. The sanctuary’s Mile into the Wild Walkway is something of open-air platforms enabling people to observe the roaming pets from overhead. Browse during summer time nights to witness plenty of animal task — the majority of the howling and roaring takes place around sundown.
2. Flap Your Wings at SkyVenture Indoor Skydiving
A tiger at crazy Animal Sanctuary outside Denver in Keensburg, CO
Indoor skydiving at SkyVenture Colorado outside Denver in Lone Tree, CO
Royal Gorge Bridge & Park's Soaring Eagle zipline, Cañon City, CO
Lunchtime for the gators at Colorado Gators Reptile Park near Alamosa in Mosca, CO
SkyVenture Colorado’s smooth-riding straight wind tunnel is likely to make your summer soar. Break your skydiving program into separate portions to help you very first become accustomed to the traveling experience, after that consult with your teacher before you head back to use newer and more effective maneuvers. With a stellar training course and trainers, the thing to be concerned about is just how dorky you look: The tunnel is clear, allowing friends and family to break embarrassing wind-in-your-face pics. But you’ll be having too much fun to care! Located only outside Denver in Lone Tree.
3. Zip Above Colorado Canyons Like a Soaring Eagle
Royal Gorge Bridge & Park in Cañon City and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park in Glenwood Springs both currently had their share of high-flying activities with aerial trams, over-canyon swings and much more. Adding to the fun, both theme parks have recently added to their particular shortness-of-breath-inducing repertoires with a Soaring Eagle Zip Line. Unlike the normal zipline, bikers sit-in a “chair” that zips all of them parallel into the Royal Gorge 1, 000 foot above the Arkansas River or 625 legs down a mountain in Glenwood. Much more Colorado ziplines and carnivals.