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A high-flying new activity has opened on Oregon's north coast. Located in the city of Warrenton, High Life Adventures offers adventurous travelers the chance to zipline through forests that the explorers Lewis and Clark once roamed.
Created by David and Lancey Larson, who live on the property, the eight-line course crisscrosses through 30 wooded acres enhanced by stands of timber, ponds and a private lake.
The guided tour takes approximately two and one-half hours to complete. The lines range in height from 15 to 60 feet, with lengths from 400 to 1,200 feet.
Rates for the tour are $99 per adult and $69 per child ages 15 and under. Group rates are available. Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and participants must weigh between 60 and 300 pounds.
The zipline tours run daily through Oct. 31, 2012.