The month of March roars in like a lion and out like a lamb. Spring can be windy in Texas, and that can be a dangerous factor on any zip line, or high element challenges. That's why WIRED Zip Line Challenge Course will close during high or extremely gusty winds. If there are wind warnings on area lakes, and flags are standing straight out, we won't be open.
We've got to keep our participants safe, and high winds pose an additional risk on the course. Not only are we looking out for your safety but our own as well. The entire WIRED team wants each person who goes through our course to have a fun, yet safe adventure. Rain, or any risk of lightening will also cause us to close.
Please understand that we won't take any unnecessary risks. Wet zip lines make it nearly impossible to brake effectively, and since we use a hand brake system we'll cancel zip line tours if the line is wet.
Don't be mad, be glad we take your safety seriously. We promise in the event of cancellation due to weather your credit card will not be charged. We will do our best to re book your tour at your earliest convenience. Please reserve tours well in advance and check weather reports the night before your tour.
If you have any doubts about weather related closings
give us a call at 903-567-2681.
As spring turns to summer we'd also like to remind everyone that closed toe shoes must be worn out on the zip line challenge course. Flip flops, and sandals are not allowed on the course. Wearing longer shorts will also keep the harness from rubbing against bare skin.