Lake Geneva Canopy Tours (LGCT) opened in March 2011, providing year-round, outdoor adventures for visitors to the Lake Geneva region. Our premier offering is a 9-line zipline tour of the treetops that includes 5 “sky bridges” and 3 spiral staircases. The expansive 100-acre property is also home to a High Ropes course consisting of 16 suspended obstacles, and approximately 12 miles of single-track mountain biking/hiking trails.
With a new decade comes new possibilities! Lake Geneva Canopy Tours rebranded in 2020 to become Lake Geneva Ziplines & Adventures (LGZA) for a more direct take on our most popular attraction and an emphasis on our many outdoor adventures. Our parallel program, Lake Geneva Team Building Adventures, was formalized in 2020 to better serve our team building clientele.
Our property includes many ground-based challenges that make up our Team Building course – designed to help school, community, and corporate groups work together to achieve common objectives. Start your next eco-adventure at our state-of-the-art Welcome Center, which opened in August 2017. This facility was designed to accommodate up to 50 people for team building events, to offer a unique meeting or event space and is our designated check-in and hang out area for all our guests.
Plan Your Trip to Lake Geneva, WI
Lake Geneva, WI is a beautiful, unique place to visit all 12- months of the year. Good food, boutique shops, a quaint downtown, the lake, ziplining (of course), and so much more! Checkout Visit Lake Geneva’s digital visitor’s guide here.
Zipline Course & Property Facts
Number of Ziplines on the Full Zipline Tour: 9
Longest Zipline in the tree canopy: 841 feet (The Beast)
Highest Speed: 45mph (on the Dual Racing Zip Line)
Number of Sky Bridges: 5
Number of Spiral Stairways: 4
Number of Platforms: 18
Duration of Full Tour: 2 – 2.5 Hours
Longest Sky Bridge: 240 feet
Height of One-of-a-Kind Double Helix Stairway: 40 feet
Lake Geneva Ziplines and Adventures 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.