Meet the Guides: Reece Calton

Reece is the Branson Zipline’s self proclaimed ropes aficionado. Reece is an avid rock climber. He says he’s “hooked on rock climbing, no pun intended.” Reece has a great sense of humor. He can constantly be found learning to tie different knots or trying to lasso a chair or co-worker. “A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for” is one of Reece’s favorite quotes; and we believe it is applicable to ziplining. Ziplining is an adventurous activity that not everyone has had the pleasure of participating in. We believe that adventure should be a part of everyone’s life and ziplining is just the ticket. Reece is an adventure junkie. He rock climbs in Horseshoe Canyon, about an hour south in Arkansas. He loves adventure of any type. He participates in Adventure Races, such as the Tough Mudder, which is a hardcore obstacle course that raises money for the Wounded Warrior Project.

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Do you have any advice for people ziplining for the first time?

-Just go for it! You’ll have a blast, I promise!

Any fun facts about yourself?

-I can totally ride a unicycle

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Reece is definitely a people person. He says that one of his favorite parts about working for Branson Zipline is all the new and different people he gets to meet. Reece has had the opportunity to meet some really awesome people from all around the country and says he can’t wait to meet many more. He suggests coming out in the early morning. Reece’s favorite time of the day to zipline is in the morning. He loves opening the course first thing in the morning. He says it so peaceful and quiet and the temperature is absolute perfect.

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