101 Things to Do (Kauaʻi) - - BEYOND THE CITY -

You can cover a lot of ground with var­i­ous ad­ven­ture out­fit­ters on the is­land. Whether its bik­ing Waimea Canyon, fol­low­ing guides over the tree­tops on a zi­pline, down the moun­tain on a bi­cy­cle, out to the ocean in a kayak or into a jun­gle pool on a swim.

Take BIK­ING: Be­fore the sun rises over WAIMEA CANYON, you’ve pol­ished off a break­fast of muffins with fresh fruit and cof­fee. Now you’re ready for the big event—a bike ride from the moun­tains to the sea.

Af­ter a safety brief­ing, you climb aboard your moun­tain bike, check out the high-tech drum brakes and point the bike to­ward the Pa­cific Ocean. OUT­FIT­TERS KAUAI of­fers this, with ex­pe­ri­enced guides lead­ing a tour that trav­els down a 12-mile stretch of road that snakes past Waimea Canyon to the sea. Coast your way to sea level, pass­ing sug­ar­cane fields, graz­ing cat­tle and stands of palms. Kaua‘i also has an old hand at ZI­PLINES. Out­fit­ters Kauai’s new­est ride, ADREN­A­LINE KAUAI ZI­PLINE COURSE, is 1,800 feet long. Har­nessed to its tan­dem line, zi­plin­ers soar past a moun­tain and over tree­tops for more than a quar­ter-mile— all in a fast-paced 90 sec­onds! Then it’s on to a WATERZIP over a moun­tain stream to a nat­u­ral swim­ming pool. KAUAI SUP AD­VEN­TURE is an un­com­mon calm wa­ter river tour—on a stand-up pad­dle­board. Find more of­fer­ings at out­fit­ter­skauai.com.

OUT­FIT­TERS KAUAI (808) 742-9667

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