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No boat? No problem! Wanna hit some sliders and kickers? We have a great selection of those too! Our overhead wakeboard cable systems will allow you to shred around our lake…no boat or wake needed! Mile High Cable Park is one of the best cable parks for learning, and there is no better or faster way to learn how to wakeboard than on our two tower cable systems. If you have never wakeboarded, see our Colorado Wakeboard Lessons for additional information.
If you are looking for fun things to do in Denver, for yourself, your family, or your group, check out our cable park, water park, and other amenities and activities!
What is Cable Wakeboarding?
If you already know what cable wakeboarding is, keep on scrollin’. If you don’t, here is a quick explanation. Cable wakeboarding is a form of water-skiing that uses overhead pulley systems to pull participants around a lake, instead of a boat. Any location with one or more wakeboard cable systems is often called a wakeboard cable park, or cable park for short. Many cable parks have features (sliders and jumps) that resemble a floating snow or skate park, in addition to non wakeboarding amenities and activities. Cable wakeboarding is exceptionally easy and for those coming from snow sports, kiteboarding, surfing, or skateboarding, it’s even easier.
Cable parks are becoming more popular, and go by many names. So whether you call them a cable park like we do, or a cable wakeboard park, cable wake park, wakeboard cable park, wakeboard park, or wake park….it’s all the same to us, and it’s all about having fun!
About Mile High Cable Park – Wakeboard Cable Systems & Features
There are 2 types of cable systems; two tower cable systems and full size cable system, which provide a larger capacity for peak times and large group events. MHW currently has 3 two-tower systems at our temporary park, and will have multiple two-tower and a full size cable at our new park.
The two tower cables usually pull one participant at a time, and are excellent for learning, teaching, and practicing tricks. The cable operator has the ability to easily coach you, pick you up quickly, and allow you multiple attempts at a particular skill. Nearly all of our lessons are on the two tower cable system, and the skills translate quickly to the boat or a full size system. Unless taking a lesson or renting a cable, riders are limited to 4 total participants per hour, per cable, or approximately 15 minutes per ride session.
The full size cable system will run continuously with up to 8 riders at a time, spread out over several hundred feet. When a participant falls, they swim to the side and walk back to the start dock to begin again. A full size cable system is ideal for the intermediate level rider and above, and most of the features (sliders and kickers) at a typical cable park are on the full size cable system.
If you have never wakeboarded, check out our Colorado Wakeboard Lessons for options, before visiting us. Regardless of your skill level, our goal is to help you understand what to expect at Mile High Cable Park and get you off the dock in a controlled and safe manner.
Cable Tickets & Passes
Note: These daily ticket products are for our future Denver cable park and are not applicable at this time. See below for two-tower cable rentals.
To avoid disappointment and ensure a spot during peak times, reservations are highly encouraged for the two towers. Reservations are not required for the full size. To make the most of your time with us, it’s a good idea to be at the dock at least 10 minutes early for your booked ride session, or be onsite 30 minutes early if it’s your first time.
Admission applies toward any ticket and includes use of water park, waterslides, floating water toys (FTW’s), lazy river, and games. Mile High Cable Park also has a number of other amenities and activities throughout the park.
Two (2) Hour Cable Session $29.00
Four (4) Hour Cable Session $36.00
All Day Cable Session $42.00
Month Pass (30 Consecutive Days) $239.00
Season Pass $699.00
VIP Season Pass $1599.00
VIP pass includes special access to all cable systems, a VIP line that alternates with the regular line on the full size system, and the ability to ride up to 1 hour after regular closing time(s). Only 20 VIP passes are sold each year.
Need or forgot your gear? Have no fear, we have a great selection of rental gear. Pricing shown is for equipment rentals up to 4 hours.
Wakeboard Package (Board/Bindings & Life Jacket) $10.00
Life Jacket Rental $5.00
Helmet Rental $5.00
Long-Sleeve Wetsuit Top Rental $5.00
Two-Tower Cable Rentals (Cable Operator / Instructor Included)
During a Cable Rental, the number of cable ride sessions will vary depending on the skill level, fitness level, and duration of each ride within your group of riders. Regardless of the number of participants, an accurate way to estimate time on a cable system is to allow up to 15-30 minutes per “beginner” or “first-timer” ride session, or as little as 5 minutes for each “experienced” rider session. This can be organized in any way needed to fit the needs and size of your group.
1 Hour Cable Rental (2-6 Ride Sessions) $120.00
2 Hour Cable Rental (4-12 Ride Sessions) $220.00
4 Hour Cable Rental (12-24 Ride Sessions) $420.00
8 Hour Cable Rental (24-48 Ride Sessions) $820.00
Equipment Add-On to Any Cable Rental $35.00/Hour (Unlimited Rentals for Your Group)