CRATER LAKE ZIPLINE
Crater Lake Zipline is located in Klamath County Oregon. Just off the shores of the west side of Upper Klamath Lake, Crater Lake Zipline is nearly equal distance from the cities of Klamath Falls, Ashland, Medford and Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake Zipline is a true canopy tour meaning it rests exclusively in the tree canopy of the Fremont-Winema National Forest. With 9 ziplines, two of which are over a quarter mile each, 2 controlled tree descents and two sky bridges, the course is one of the more epic canopy tours available in the United States. But, even though we’ve got a lot going on in the fun factor, what’s truly unique and special about the course are the amazing views from every zip and platform. There is just no end to the gorgeous views of Upper Klamath Lake and the Cascade Mountains. If you’re looking to work in a beautiful location that’s close to plenty of amenities, Crater Lake Zipline may be just the ticket.
Do you provide housing? No – but we can recommend some shared housing opportunities if you are hired. Most staff live in Klamath Falls Oregon
How old do I have to be? Zipline guides must be age 18 or older. Kids zipline guide support must be age 16 or older. Customer service and sales staff must be age 16 or older.
Do you provide transportation? The company does not provide transportation to and from the work place.
Do we have health benefits? We do not have a company health care benefit.
Is this full-time or part-time? Full-time an part-time seasonal positions are available.
Is there a uniform? Uniform shirts are required and adhering to the dress code is mandatory.
Klamath County has a population of 63,775 with most of its residents located with in the county seat of Klamath Falls and its urban growth boundary. Klamath Falls is just 30 minutes from Crater Lake Zipline.
Klamath Falls is classified as high desert with about 18 inches of rain annually and mild snow fall. The humidity here is low and temperatures seldom rise above 100. Its ideal weather and Klamath Falls is known as the city of sunshine! The Cost of living in Klamath County is lower than the national average. This combined with great weather plenty of restaurants, grocery stores and an abundance of outdoor recreation make it a wonderful place to spend a summer, build a career or retire.
Well known rivers like Upper Klamath River, Williamson and Wood River are minutes from town. More than 82 lakes and streams can be accessed. Over 150,000 acres of wildlife refuges are set aside primarily for wildfowl. Facilities for golf, racquetball, tennis, boating, mountain biking, horseback riding, white water rafting, jet boat excursions and sailing sports keep the outdoor person involved. Winter sports feature ice-skating, cross-country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Other diversions include Ross Ragland Theater, the Linkville Theater, the Running Y Ranch Resort, the Klamath County Fairgrounds, KLA-MO-YA Casino and of course Crater Lake National Park, the deepest lake in the United States.