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Skytrail perfect for all tiers of adrenaline junkie needs, even newbies.

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Riversport OKC’s Sandridge Sky Trail

Perfect for All Tiers of Adrenaline Junkies - Even Newbies!

There are so many options available for thrill seekers out there. Driving a racecar, skydiving, roller coasters. But Oklahomans might be surprised that we house one of the most unique thrill-seeking opportunities right here in the heart of our state with Riversport OKC’s Sandridge Sky Trail. 

Towering at a whopping 80 feet high, Sandridge Skytrail holds the title of the world’s tallest structure of its kind. The trail features six levels of challenges involving a variety of rope bridges, balance beams, zig-zag elements and more. The higher you climb, you’ll notice new layers of difficulty arise at each level. 

Whether you’re a new or seasoned thrill seeker, the Skytrail is truly perfect for all tiers of adrenaline junkie needs—even if you’re a newbie! Beginners can exit the structure when they have reached their limit and pros are faced with options to overcome obstacles they might not have seen before—making this a fun event for families, groups or individuals. 

Make it to the top? Take your pick of zooming down the structure’s high-speed 72-foot Sky Slide, jumping from the 80-foot Rumble Drop free fall, or catching magnificent views on the SandRidge Sky Zipline as you fly across the Oklahoma River. 

Learn more about SandRidge SkyTrail and other OKC Adrenaline Rush experiences, which also includes several types of water fun (white water rafting, flatwater kayaking, etc.), high-speed slides for the kids, a youth zone, a bike park, and more at RiverSportOKC.org.

Riversport OKC

800 Riversport Drive

Oklahoma City, OK 73129

405.552.4040

info@riversportokc.org

  • Riversport OKC's Sandridge Skytrail holds the title as the world's tallest structure of its kind.
  • Skytrail perfect for all tiers of adrenaline junkie needs, even newbies.
  • A young woman finds her thrills on one of Skytrail's zip lines.