Tucked away in the scenic rolling hills of Sonoma County, just north of San Francisco, is one of the best ways to not just see, but experience California’s iconic coastal redwoods. Your tour begins with fittings for all the necessary adventure equipment, including harnesses, helmets and gloves. Once you’re suited up, your guides will inform you of everything you need to know in “ground school” before the sky-high journey begins.Step off the truck that brings you to the top of the mountain and take in the breathtaking view of hundreds of acres of redwood trees unobstructed by buildings. Then get ready to soar to new heights by ziplining from seven different platforms. You’ll also make your way up a majestic spiral staircase in the trees and across two sky bridges.Ease your nerves at the first platform, Victory Circle, as you get your first glance of the canopy. Work up confidence on the next few ziplines, because you’ll be zooming 200 feet (61 meters) above a craggy ravine. Your guides won’t rush you, so don’t forget to breathe in and admire the panoramic views of the awe-inspiring forest.By the time you reach the seventh platform, it will be time to mix things up with a little workout. Hoof it up a tall spiral staircase built around a tree to the next adventure: a long, swaying sky bridge high above the fern-lined ground. Take your time as you move past the towering trees and as red-tailed hawks and other indigenous birds cruise by.After another sky bridge and one more zipline, you’ll safely rappel to the forest floor. It’s a short leisurely stroll back to the welcome center, where you can swap stories with your fellow zipliners.If your interested in a night flight, choose the 9pm option and experience the same course after the sun sets. Along with the thrill of zipping quietly through the night time forest, you'll have time to take in the view of the night sky from our tree top platforms. Our trees are illuminated and our guides will point out the constellations and other topics of interest. This is a really fun and unique way to spend your evening.Please note: Each participant must be 10 years of age or older and 70 pounds (31 kg) or above, but below 250 pounds (114 kg). You must be able to follow your guide’s simple directions, climb a 30 foot (9 meter) spiral staircase and be willing to rappel down at the end of the tour, with your guide’s help, of course. Even though ziplining doesn’t take much physical effort, we encourage you to consider your comfort level with heights and the number of ziplines on the tour. People with a serious fear of heights should not participate.Wear comfortable clothes. Closed-toed shoes that secure to your foot (such as tennis shoes) or hiking boots are great year-round. Long hair should be pulled back in a ponytail, and make sure you secure your glasses with a strap.