Maintaining the zipline safety and comfort of all customers is our number 1 priority. Many zipline tour concerns may be minimized through proper planning of course operation procedures. A professional attitude toward customer well-being will ensure a long history of positive client experiences.

No. 1 priority

Our canopy zipline tours and courses are engineered for safety! EBL has developed custom harnesses, pulleys, and safety lanyards in conjunction with an ISO-9001 registered company. All lanyards, pulleys, and carabiners are selected and designed specifically for their industrial use and operation with zipline ecology tours.


EBL practices and installation techniques are environmental friendly. We implement arborist-approved installation practices when natural trees are used, which leave trees in better condition than before tour installation. Dead limb trimming, canopy lighting, ground compaction control, insect control, and other “green” practices, allow for continued tree health and proper function of tour engineered safety systems. Ongoing maintenance to ensure continued tree health is a part of our practices. The long term health of the ecology is a primary design consideration and all efforts are made to minimize the footprint of the construction & operation of tours.

Will Your Construction Methods Meet The PRCA Installation Standards?

All EBL courses exceed the voluntary industry minimum guidelines. EBL has established its own set of building practices which have been reviewed and endorsed by structural engineers and call for superior products. Further, EBL contributes to and constructs tours to the installation standards set forth by the Professional Ropes Course Association (PRCA). EBL is an Accredited Vendor with the PRCA.

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How Do You Inspect A Canopy Tour? What Do You Inspect?

EBL conducts “wrench on” inspections. Everything on the canopy zipline tour is examined: bolts, rope, clamps, utility poles, clamp tension, cable, tree selection, tree health, platforms, welds, policy and procedure manuals, operating practices, risk management plan, and so on. A written report of inspector findings will be issued to the location and kept on file.

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