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The High Five, an Eco Zip Tour
Our Eco Zip Tour features five (yes, FIVE) sections of fast-moving zip lines stretched high above the alpine ground. No two sections are alike – each incorporates a totally different experience – and since The High Five is a dual-line zip tour, you can zip alongside a friend!
The High Five is situated in the Sangre de Cristo mountains just outside of Santa Fe. It features incredible mountain views and breathtaking valleys to zip around and over! Come along on a 3-and-a-half hour zip line tour that’s over a mile long!
What you need to know
Who can ride The Eco High Five?
We want everyone to experience our zip lines! However, we do have some size requirements to keep you safe. You must be at least 4 feet tall and weigh between 60 and 275 pounds. We’ve had guests as young as 8 and as old as 80 ride The High Five! We do ask that riders under the age of 12 have an adult participate with them. The High Five is not recommended for women who are pregnant.
What should you wear?
Dress appropriately for the weather. We will operate in light rain, so please check the forecast for Glorieta! Make sure you are wearing shoes that won’t fall off. We don’t recommend hats as they tend to fly away. Sunglasses and sunscreen are always a good idea when you’re going to be outside. We also recommend longer shorts, as they are more comfortable in our harnesses!
Where is the High Five?
The High Five is located at Glorieta Camps, which is nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Just 15 miles southeast of Santa Fe, The High Five is great way to get outdoors and have fun with the whole family! See where the High Five is on Google Maps
Glorieta is a mountainous escape that is perfect for the casual camper, outdoor adventurer or extreme sports enthusiast. While the climate and unbeatable activities draw many here, the experiences and relationships formed make the greatest impact.
Hiking for The High Five
You will be asked to hike our beautiful trails between some of the platforms. The longest distance is about ⅓ of a mile. The trails are maintained by Glorieta staff but will be a little uneven. You will be asked to carry your trolley with you, which weighs about 10 pounds.
What to Bring
Leave your valuables at home or locked in the car. We don’t want you to lose anything! Phones and cameras are allowed on the course, but we suggest only taking things that can be securely strapped to the participant.
Book Your Trip!
Ready to start your zip tour adventure? Reserve your spot on The High Five, an Eco Zip Tour and gear up for a great experience!
Meet the staff of the Eco Zip Tour
Sami has been working in outdoor adventure for over six years in Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico. When she’s not guiding zipline tours, she loves skiing and fly-fishing with her husband and two pups. Ask Sami about her favorite smelling tree!
Clayton has had 4 years of experience in the zip line and team building industry across the states. His vivacious personality, welcoming friendliness, and not so funny dad jokes, make the experience of the High Five something you will never forget.
Kalia has loved the outdoors since she was young and she made her dream of moving out west come true in 2017. She enjoys backpacking, skiing, and hiking with her husband and their talkative husky. She enjoys introducing people to the great outdoors.
Cameron has a heart for keeping anyone and everyone safe. He has over eight years of experience with ziplines and related activities and loves slacklining, climbing and hanging out with his close friends. He has a sweet husky pup that is endless entertainment. If you can’t seem to find me, try looking up.
We ask that you make reservations online at least 24 hours in advance. If you are interested in coming out and haven’t made a reservation, give us a call and we’ll be glad to let you know if spots are available.
If you are late, we will try our best to accommodate your situation, but we cannot guarantee you a spot.
The High Five will operate unless there is a safety-compromising weather situation.