6 Most Adrenaline Rushing Ziplines of the World

For all the adventure lovers out there, we got the perfect list of zip lines that you must try at least once in your lifetime. Whether you’re a fan of urban ziplines such as zipline Dubai or are more inclined towards flying high over the wilderness, this list has got it all.

To quench your thirst for adventure, we have compiled a list of some of the most breathtaking ziplines that you can find anywhere in the world. Continue reading and decide which one are you going to try first!

Velocity at Ziplines World

Located in Bethesda, Wales, the Velocity is the longest zipline in the entire Europe. This thrilling ride will let you enjoy the breath-taking views of the Snowdonia National Park.

There are two ziplines in Velocity namely the Little Zipper and the Big Zipper. The Little Zipper is less scary whereas the Big Zipper makes riders clutch-on their belts as it takes steep bends over water and mountains.   

El Monstruo

If you are an adventure-seeker looking for a pure ghost bumping dose of adventure, El Monsrou is what you need to try. Spanning across astounding 8,300 feet i.e., 1.5 miles, this world’s longest zipline can take you at the record-breaking speeds of 95 mph.

The whole course of this zipline is the size of 28 football fields combined and it takes you on a fast-paced journey over the Puerto Rican wilderness. The high speed and dangerous curves of this zipline makes it one of the extreme zip lines present in the world. So, if you’re looking for a place to satisfy your inner adventurer, then head straight to Toro Verde Adventure Park and conquer the Monster.

Dragon’s Breath

Stretching across an area of 2,600 feet, the Dragon’s Breath is the longest over water zipline in the world. This unique zipline sends riders on an adrenaline rushing affair 500 feet above white sandy beaches and turquoise waters at a whopping speed of 50mph.

So, if you’re looking for a place for your next getaway, consider going on one of the Caribbean cruises in Haiti and experience this unique once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Bear in mind that in order to ride this zipline, you’ve to be at least 4 feet high with a minimum weight of 34 kg.

The Sasquatch

Named after the notorious folklore legend, the sasquatch is bound to quench your thirst for adventure as it takes sightseeing to a whole new level.

Starting from a height of 4,921 feet up in the Blackcomb Mountain, this 1.3 miles long zipline will give you the most stunning views of British Columbia (BC) that you haven’t witnessed before. This zipline is available only during the summer and takes you on a ride that shows the lakes, valleys, peaks and even glaciers of BC. But this isn’t all, once you’re all set to take this zipline, you get a GoPro camera to capture these spectacular views.

Mega Zips

Another zipline worth trying is the one underneath Louisville, Kentucky. Situated in the Mega Cavern adventure park, the Mega Zips is one of those few ziplines in the world that are entirely underground. There are six different zip lines here from which you can choose from. One of them is a dual racing wire that sends riders directly into the darkness of the underworld.

Suffice it to say, if you’re looking for truly unique and adventurous experiences, then Mega Zips have to be in your bucket list.

Zip Now London

Zip Now London is an urban zipline that takes people flying 800 feet above central London. This ride allows you to see London like you have never seen it before. It is one the latest attractions that you can find in central London as it became operational quite recently. It is equally popular among Londoners and tourists alike.

These are some of the wildest ziplines that you can try across the world. However, as there are travel restrictions all around the world due to the ongoing pandemic, it’s better that you wait till the situation gets better and then try these zip lining experiences. Until then, you can head to many parks in Dubai and try the adventure-filled activities there.


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