Safety is our top priority, and it shows.

38 million safe crossings

Over 3 million zipline crossings—we’ve set the industry standard in ziplining safety.

Safety Equipment

All our equipment is tested to hold at least 5,000 lbs.

Each zipline has a minimum breaking strength of over 26,000 lbs.

Learn about our safety program

Sophisticated Engineering

From concept to design to installation, we work closely with Glynn Geotechnical Engineering to develop our zipline courses. Glynn is an internationally recognized firm, licensed in 46 States for structural and geotechnical engineering work, and recognized as the leader in the Aerial Adventure engineering industry.

Sophisticated Engineering
Thoroughly trained Guides

Thoroughly trained Guides

We believe that your safety starts with guides that have a comprehensive understanding of the ziplining industry and safety best practices.

Each of our guides go through an 80-hour training process, and a period of “assistant guiding”—a time where ‘junior’ guides are paired up with more experienced guides to get on-course training and experience. The industry standard for this process is a short 40-hour training process.

Daily Course Inspections, Yearly Professional Inspections

Daily Course Inspections, Yearly Professional Inspections

Every day, our trained staff thoroughly inspects all the ziplines, platforms, trails, and equipment of each course. And at least once a year an accredited ACCT inspector conducts a comprehensive review of each Skyline course, equipment, and all current practices.

Skyline Goods

Buy a gift card for someone you know vacationing to Hawaii, or pick up one of our dry-fit t-shirts and more at our online store.

Special pricing for groups of 20+, call us at 1.808.878.8400 for more info.