Adventure rappelling and rock climbing in Vail, Colorado.
- Available daily
Duration4 Hours 8:00am-12:00pm 12:30pm-4:30pm 4:45pm-8:45pm
- Wolcott, CO
- Red Cliff, CO
- Moab, UT
- Per person, per day, per guide. Max ratio 1:5.
- $170 per person
- Minimum 3 person charge.
Please contact us for parties of 6 or more
Beginner to Advanced
“I had tried zip lining and enjoyed it, but rappelling was even more exciting! I got to control my own descent from the top of the cliff, and Apex guides in Vail made it a super safe and fun experience. I’ll definitely be back for more!” – Raymond Barry
Build confidence rappelling and have a great time doing it! Used to descend from the tops of rock climbs, the thrill of rappelling is now available by itself; no climbing needed.
Vail, Colorado is home to many spectacular rappelling sites within minutes from your hotel. We provide all equipment and guides.
You’ll get to rappel multiple times, and we’ll give you personalized instruction on how to control your abseil, always with a full back up from a professional Apex mountain guide.
Abseiling over spectacular canyons and amazing Colorado vistas –an adrenaline rush that anyone can experience. You’ll never forget this rappel adventure!
Trust your Colorado rappelling experience to the original abseil experts of Vail, Colorado. Our guides have introduced more visitors to rappelling than any other company in the Vail Valley, and our level of training and expertise is unmatched!
Apex welcomes all age, ability, and fitness levels. No experience is necessary, great for families, groups and business outings. Apex provides all technical gear (ropes, helmets, harnesses, and rappel devices) for your rappelling adventure with us. Rappelling trips can be combined with a private Colorado rock climbing outing.
Choose #1 recommended Apex for your Colorado abseiling adventure. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Experience the zip line equivalent of mountaineering – rappel! To register, click the Book It tab above. You may also call Apex Mountain School at (970) 949-9111 or use our contact us page.
Advanced reservations are recommended, not required. Some personal items provided by participant(s); see the gear list tab above.
What to bring:
- Waterproof shell
- Tennis shoes or trail shoes (no open-toed shoes)
- 32oz. water per. person
- No short shorts
You may also want to consider:
- Synthetic wear
- Ice cold fluids
- Lip balm
- Bug Spray
- Climbing Shoes
- Harnesses (42''/44'' max)
- Ropes, Belay Devices, Anchors
- Professional Guide
If you wish to complete your participant forms in advance, download and print out the pdf below. Complete both pages for each participant, and give to your guide at the beginning of your trip.
Click the button below to view our terms, conditions and cancellation policy.