Built on the site of a fully reclaimed gravel pit our beautiful 100 acre forest is home to deer, fox, turkeys, hawks, eagles and a variety of other wildlife. With over 80 acres of mature forest, scenic vistas, rugged topography and our tranquil Arbor Trails, Lake Geneva Canopy Tours is sure to hold something special for everyone. Our canopy tour course features 8 thrilling zip lines in the canopy of the forest, 5 SkyBridges, 3 unbelievable circular stairways in the trees, and a one-of-a-kind double helix stairway that wraps around a beautiful ash tree. Our course culminates with an amazing 1,200′ long, Dual Racing Zip Line brings which brings you to a high speed finish!
Lake Geneva Canopy Tours opened March 2011, providing year-round, sky-high adventure for Southeast Wisconsin travelers and residents. The almost 9 miles of hiking and biking trails were constructed by TreadHead Cycling, a local social bicycling group in Lake Geneva. The Team Building course was completed in the fall of 2011, with more than 15 permanent ground based challenges designed to help school, community, and corporate groups work together toward a common goal.
Canopy Tour Course & Property Facts
|Number of zip lines on canopy tours course||8|
|Longest Zip Line on Canopy Tour||841 feet (The Beast)|
|Highest Speed||45mph (on Dual Racing Zip Line)|
|Number of SkyBridges||5|
|Number of Spiral Stairways||4|
|Number of Platforms||18|
|Duration of Canopy Tour||2 - 2.5 Hours|
|Longest SkyBridge||240 feet|
Height of One-of-a-Kind
Design & Construction Facts
Any activity carries a certain amount of risk and staff at Lake Geneva Canopy Tours are trained to manage the risk involved. Our course was designed and built by S.T.E.P.S., Inc., a company that has over 21 years of experience building canopy tours, zip lines and challenge courses across the country. Our course meets or exceeds the standards of the Association for Challenge Course Technologies (ACCT). Our SkyGuides are rigorously trained to use the course hardware and safety systems as well as to perform routine inspection and maintenance, safety equipment fitting and supervision, and high-angle rescue and course evacuation. Our SkyGuides are also certified in First Aid.