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Ziptrek Ecotours

45 Camp Street, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
+64 800 947 873
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Ziptrek Ecotours is NZ's #1 Original Zipline tour and is a spectacular eco-adventure through the forest canopy high above Queenstown, situated on Skyline Gondola hill. Ziptrek runs all year round and is stunning whatever the weather. With two tours to choose from it is suitable for everyone, whether looking for an introduction into Queenstown adventure (Moa 4-Line Tour) or wanting the latest gripping eco-exhilaration (Kea 6-Line Tour) which includes the steepest tree to tree zipline in the world.
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  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
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45 Camp Street, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
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Reviewed 29 October 2011

fantastic - the weather was crap but the experience, the staff and the rush was just perfect. Great staff who push you to the limit if you want, upside down screaming or whatever, 6 or 8 runs (do the full 8 otherwise you miss the...More

Thank nzbased
Reviewed 23 October 2011

Not only did they usher you through 6 flying fox ziplines (Take the 6 tour, not the 4) but they also taught us about conservation and sustainability at each treehouse. The last of the 6 lines is the steepest tree to tree zipline in the...More

Thank kapitman
Reviewed 19 October 2011

Did this ziptrek ecotour in october, we were very lucky in that we did the last trip of the day and we were the only two on the tour! so we didn't have to wait for others. Really enjoyed it, we were sorry we didnt...More

Thank fionaot
Reviewed 19 October 2011

What an amazing day my son and I had. Staff were professional, knowledgeable and made our tour fun from start to finish. I have lived here for over 13 years and I learned more about my surrounding environment that I have in a long time....More

Thank GST88
Reviewed 5 October 2011

The Ziptrek is well run in a beautiful part of the world. The environment message is good but forms a larger part of the tour than the actual zipping from tree to tree. We did (as a group) 4 lines and the actual line piece...More

2  Thank DiverDanSydney
Reviewed 30 September 2011

Booked into first run of six line tour. Tour takes up to ten people, I would prefer smaller group size. Very friendly, professional staff. Eco friendly set up with part of proceeds going to charitable causes. Tour will even supply shoes if you don't want...More

Thank worldgypse
Reviewed 26 September 2011

Did the ziptrek a few weeks ago and thought it was great. Guides were cool guys lindus and Tom made it an awesome morning and the ziplines are brilliant fun. Only qualm was having to pay for the gondola up to do it!

Thank Jonny1222
Reviewed 18 September 2011

With 3 children aged 10 to 16, the 4 line MOA flying fox was right for us. I was a bit anxious but our guides, Nick and Jamie were reassuring and professional. The 4 'flights' were fantastic fun and very safe. In between we were...More

Thank KarenChic
Reviewed 18 September 2011

What a day - the team are sooo knowledgable the terrain so beautiful and you get to enjoy yourself with some adventure without the guilt of thinking you are doing damage to the environment. Kenny and Emily were fantastic on the day and you would...More

Thank katieb332000
Reviewed 18 September 2011

I'm terrified of heights. This was great fun, the staff, Nik & Tom were great fun and really supportive. My husband who is adrenaline junkie on the quiet (bungee etc) also loved it. Views stunning. It does seem quite expensive but everything in qt is....More

Thank nicola586
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Robert L
Planning to do the 6 line in January. How does it work with regards the Gondola? I understand the end of the 6 line is at the bottom of the hill. Is there some arrangement with the 6 line that you can buy a single rather than return ticket for the Gondola? Why isn't the Gondola ride up included in the cost of the activity?
19 November 2016|
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Response from ZiptrekCrew | Property representative |
Hi Robert. Thank you for your email. The gondola is owned and operated by a separate company and the ticket is a return trip. There is so many great things to do up at the top of the hill and then you can travel back... More
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ytravelling007
Hi Ziptrek customer service, could you tell me the difference between Moa 4-Line and Moa 4-Line -Off Peak? thank you :)
25 July 2016|
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Response from zippy_trent | Property representative |
The tour is exactly the same. Just off-peak, as in usually the first tour of the day.
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Andre N
Does it mean that I have to purchase 2 gondola rides for one ziptrek ride? -one for getting the Ziptrek's Guest Services Tree-house -the other for getting back up to the top of skyline after the ziptrek ride has ended
20 July 2016|
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Response from Glenic13 | Reviewed this property |
No just the one
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