Returning to Work at Branson Zipline

With the holidays behind us it is time to return to work at Branson Zipline! We have brought in an excavation team to help us get the drills to some of the more stubborn areas of the property, and while it has definitely been a process we are making steady progress. In particular, the icy paths are making it difficult, but we hopefully won’t have to deal with that issue much longer.

As for progress on the actual zipline course, the crew that is erecting the platforms and anchoring the ziplines should be returning to work this week, and we will hopefully have a bevy of changes and improvements to share in the near future.

Continue to check back regularly for updates as we get back to work, and take a glimpse at our image gallery to view the current progress we’ve made as well as numerous sights of the natural beauty that you can expect to encounter when visiting Branson Zipline.

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5 Responses to Returning to Work at Branson Zipline

  1. Steph says:

    I wish I had a break as long as theirs! Well I am very glad they are back and now it’s back to work!

  2. Laura says:

    I am so glad to hear that work is starting to go forward again. Can’t wait to see pictures of the completed projects.

  3. Jim says:

    Great to see the progress. Keep up the good work and the benefits will follow. Folks are getting excited watching the progress.

  4. Yesenia says:

    woot hope they get done soon!

  5. Paul says:

    I ould definitely understand the stubborness of the land, I mean it’s Missouri and one of the main things to expect are the rocks. They’ve been beat before so I’m sure the excavation team will drill right through any problems that get in the way.

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