Rushmore Tramway Adventures in Keystone, South Dakota

Outstanding collection of outdoor adventures: alpine slide, scenic chairlift, aerial ropes courses, and the breathtaking new Pinnacle Zipline Tour.

Ride, slide, climb and zip your way to unforgettable memories.

Just two miles below Mt. Rushmore, is this outstanding collection of outdoor adventures: President’s Alpine Slide, Rushmore Tramway’s chairlift, Mountaintop Grille and Gardens, Aerial Adventure Park’s ropes courses, and the breathtaking new Pinnacle Zipline Tour.

Aerial Adventure Park

Aerial Adventure Park. Photo courtesy of Rushmore Tramway Adventures

Aerial Adventure Park. Photo courtesy of Rushmore Tramway Adventures

Traverse the treetops on suspended ladders, bridges, ropes, tubes, highwires, and ziplines. Outfitted in a safety harness, you’ll have 90 minutes to test your skills on a choice of eight different challenging courses.

President’s Alpine Slide

President’s Alpine Slide. Photo courtesy of Rushmore Tramway Adventures

President’s Alpine Slide. Photo courtesy of Rushmore Tramway Adventures

From the chairlift summit, cruise down the mountain on one of two tracks, over dips and around high-banked corners. Wheeled sleds with brakes offer full control of speed, and small kids ride with adults, so this is for ages 2 to 102.

Tramway Chairlift, Mountaintop Grille & Gardens

Glide smoothly up through the pines to a hidden oasis of flowers and waterfalls. Wander the beautiful alpine garden while awaiting a sizzling burger from the Mountaintop Grille where every table offers a view of captivating scenery and the famous faces across the valley.

Pinnacle Zipline Tour

Pinnacle Zipline Tour.

Pinnacle Zipline Tour. Photo courtesy of Rushmore Tramway Adventures

Dare to take flight on this two-hour guided expedition, spanning panoramic vistas on over a mile of ziplines. Fly beyond granite spires, through fragrant ponderosas, soaring over canyon and creek, with breathtaking views of the majestic faces of Mt. Rushmore.

For More Information:
Rushmore Tramway Adventures
(605) 666-4478
203 Cemetery Road Keystone, SD 57751


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