Celebrate Veterans by Soaring 300-Feet In the Air

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A patriotic special this Veteran’s Day Weekend at Pacific Crest

Ziplines at Pacific Crest, the owner and operator of world-class zipline courses in the San Gabriel mountains, is giving veterans and active duty military members a zipline adventure for free on Sunday, November 11 and Monday, November 12 to celebrate Veteran’s Day. Veterans just need to call (760) 705-1003 to make a reservation, present their I.D. (VIC) at the facility, and then enjoy a thrilling ride through mountain canopies!

As Veteran’s Day honors those who sacrificed so much for our country, Ziplines at Pacific Crest felt compelled to give back in a unique way. The special free adventures let veterans feel our gratitude while also enjoying an exhilarating experience. And for those with tighter schedules, Ziplines at Pacific Crest now also offers a shorter 1.5-hour Quest Tour. Gift cards and several gift options can be found at https://ziplinespc.com. Prices include: 

  • Canopy tour (weekends) – $129

  • Canopy tour (weekdays) – $119

  • Mountain View tour – $109

  • Quest Tour (1.5-hr adventure for those with limited time) – $85

“We are forever indebted to our veterans,” says Adam Bondeson, GM of Ziplines at Pacific Crest. “This special offer is meant to honor them and show our thankfulness for all that they have sacrificed for the U.S.”

Showcasing the breathtaking beauty of the San Gabriel Mountains, just 75 miles northeast of Los Angeles and near the popular Mountain High winter resort, the Ziplines at Pacific Crest features two high-adventure zipline courses with multiple zips. The tours are entirely tree-based and use innovative design and installations to minimize environmental impact while maximizing safety. The tour courses feature a series of platforms connected by sky bridges, stairs, trails, rappels, and ziplines ranging from 200 to 1,500 feet in length, including one that sends guests soaring 300 feet above the canyon floor. 

Anabel Marquez