Kohala Zipline on the Big Island of Hawaii doesn’t require intense physical exertion, although the course includes a short uphill trail hike and two rappels down short lengths. Our canopy tour guides will clip you securely into your harness, provide a detailed safety briefing, and give clear hands-on instructions throughout the tour. You’ll even learn how to adjust the speed and orientation of your ride, so that you can actively control your experience as you zip from tree to tree. Your first zip is a practice run, allowing you to apply the instructions and gain a sense of confidence, balance, security, and, above all, fun. By the third tree platform, inexperienced zipliners begin to feel a sense of ease. The course may be challenging, however, if you have a fear of heights. Read more about our physical requirements.