Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – Crow’s Nest Tower

Today, we will be featuring the third tower located on the world-class Wolfe Creek Preserve – the Crow’s Nest.  Aside from its unique design, this particular tower highlights tales of the Wolfe family’s international travels. For many years, Eli’s father, Isaac, traveled the high seas in search of adventure and fortune. And even before Eli himself was able to travel by boat he was mesmerized by the stories his father would bring home. Not surprisingly, in an attempt to be like his father Eli requested that he be allowed to build a “crow’s nest” instead of a tree house. And while the Crow’s Nest tower is considerably higher up than the original, it is a touching remembrance of Eli’s childhood and the affection he has for his father.

As can be seen from the photo, you will actually cross a sky bridge before stepping onto the Crow’s Nest, which provides an incredible 360-degree view of the property due to its open nature.

The Crow’s Nest can be experienced by Wolfe Creek Preserve visitors along our encompassing Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour, though we recommend that you secure reservations as soon as possible at BransonZipline.com as space is extremely limited.

Additionally, continue to check out the rest of the course during its various levels of construction in our image gallery and keep visiting to check on future updates!

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39 Responses to Getting to Know Wolfe Creek Preserve – Crow’s Nest Tower

  1. Matt says:

    I didn’t realize the significance of that tower! No wonder it has that name.

  2. Paul says:

    The top of this tour is a sight to see i’m sure. I’ll make sure to have my camera in hand when i take this tour.

  3. Evonna says:

    This tower is alot smaller than the others so its more thrilling!

  4. Candice says:

    I didn’t realize how tall that tower is until I saw this picture!

  5. eli says:

    I’m so afraid of heights, but I think I’ll have to ignore that fear nd see the view from this tower!

  6. Laura says:

    I’ve never been in a crow’s nest before, and I bet this one is a lot more exciting than a real one!

  7. Stephanie says:

    I definitely liked this tower just cuz it got my adrenaline running since it was smaller than the other towers..although nothing compares to everest!

  8. Eli says:

    I bet the view on this tower is incredible!

  9. Becky says:

    Interesting story behind the naming of this tower. Seems to have a lot of history too! (Dare I say ziplining through history??)

  10. Ev says:

    What an interesting story. Its awesome how each tower has its own tale.

  11. Eli says:

    I bet the view from up there is amazing!

  12. Melani says:

    This is a really neat story, and has actually given me a lot more appreciation for the area and they zipline tours.

  13. Melani says:

    This tower sounds like it would be really fun to be on. I bet it would definitely give you an adrenaline rush!

  14. Matt says:

    No kidding, Melani! I’m sure it would.

  15. Candice says:

    I like learning these interesting facts about the towers. It will make it more fun when I go on the zip lines!

  16. Jessica says:

    I love it when places I go provide the history for me. It makes it so much more interesting during the activity!

  17. Cedric says:

    The back story behind this crow’s nest is interesting. I wouldn’t have made the sailing connection just by looking at it, but it makes sense. It’s a pretty awesome testament to the depth of their father-son relationship.

  18. Caleb says:

    The international theme adds an element of pazzaz!

  19. Jetta says:

    I’ve always been interested in history, so this sounds that something i would really enjoy.

  20. Christina says:

    I am afraid of heights but this looks like fun!

  21. Jessica says:

    I wanna do this so bad!

  22. Jessica M says:

    Just the words “sky bridge” sound scary if you’re afraid of heights. But I like heights, so I’m looking forward to crossing the sky bridge when I visit.

  23. Kristy says:

    Sounds like this tower is pretty fun!

  24. gigi says:

    I will ignor my fear of heights, just to experience this tower!What a pretty sight…

  25. gigi says:

    Love the background history provided!!

  26. katrina says:

    This wouldnt be that bad, I’ve done zip lines that are almost 70 ft off the ground with narrow cables, I love ziplines since I love risks sometimes, this would be fun

  27. gigi says:

    The sky bridge looks exciting!

  28. Jodie says:

    I’m looking forward to zipling through the canopy area!It looks exciting!

  29. Gigi says:

    What a view it must be..can’t wait to go.

  30. Amanda says:

    I can’t wait to go on this tower. The view has to be amazing.

  31. Jake says:

    Ziplines make me feel like Tarzan, swinging through the trees. Can’t wait to do it again!

  32. Sarah says:

    The sky bridge looks like it would be a lot of fun and I look forward to ziping through all the canopy areas, looks like a lot of fun for everyone to go and do.

  33. Todd says:

    Zipline is fun way to see Branson and exciting

  34. Michelle says:

    It’s crazy how engineers can construct the layout of these zipline towers and bridges.

  35. Braden says:

    Some in my group thought the sky bridges were terrifying. I was practically running across them just to get to the next zipline.

  36. Heather Loeb says:

    That would be so fun cant wait till I can go

  37. Caitlin says:

    When I finally get the chance to go to Branson Zipline, I’ll be sure to check the Crow’s Nest tour out!

  38. Meagan says:

    I’d love to stand on the crows nest n look out at the beautiful scenery.

  39. Evelyn says:

    Looks like there’s a good view from up there! I like the sailing references too. Can’t wait to go ziplining myself.

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