Lake Geneva Canopy Tours (LGCT) opened March 2011, providing year-round, sky-high adventure with a 2.5 hour Canopy Tour for Southeast Wisconsin travelers and residents. The expansive 100 acre property also became home to almost 9 miles of Arbor Trails. TreadHead Cycling, a local social bicycling group, created paths using the natural terrain in keeping with LGCT’s Green Initiatives. Fall of 2011 is when the Team Building course, with more than 15 permanent ground based challenges, was built. Designed to help school, community and corporate groups work together toward a common goal the Team Building course continues to evolve over time. The High Ropes Excursion was built in 2013. This challenge course has proven to be a great addition to the list of Eco Adventures at LGCT. With 16 different obstacles, it offers both mental and physical activities for participants of all ages.
Canopy Tour Course & Property Facts
|Number of Zip Lines on Canopy Tour||8|
|Longest Zip Line on Canopy Tour||841 feet (The Beast)|
|Highest Speed||45mph (on Dual Racing Zip Line)|
|# of SkyBridges||5|
|# of Spiral Stairways||4|
|# of Platforms||18|
|Duration of Canopy Tour||2 – 2.5 Hours|
|Longest SkyBridge||240 feet|
|Height of One-of-a-Kind
Double Helix Stairway
Lake Geneva Canopy Tours is Travel Green Wisconsin Certified!
What is Travel Green Wisconsin?
In the spirit of Wisconsin’s deep heritage of environmental stewardship, the Department of Tourism initiated Travel Green Wisconsin in 2006 to promote smart, environmentally friendly business practices. The program is the first of its kind state-sponsored sustainable travel green certification in the nation and has become a model for sustainable travel efforts both nationally and internationally. Click on the Travel Green Wisconsin seal to learn more. Download a PDF of Lake Geneva Canopy Tours Green Initiatives.
Canopy Tour Design & Construction
The Canopy Tour course was designed and contructed by S.T.E.P.S., Inc., a company that has over 21 years of experience building canopy tours, zip lines and challenge courses nationwide. Lake Geneva Canopy Tours courses meet or exceed the standards of the Association for Challenge Course Technologies (ACCT).
What is the ACCT?
The Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) is recognized as the leading professional resource for those who create effective challenge courses, canopy/zip line tours and aerial adventure/trekking park facilities and programs that serve the public and/or facilitate learning and positive change in individuals, groups and communities. ACCT establishes and promotes the standard of performance and measure of excellence that defines professional practice and effective challenge course programs. ACCT develops, refines and publishes standards for design, performance, development and advocates globally for the challenge course canopy/zip line tour and aerial adventure/trekking park community. Visit their website to learn more.