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The Longest, Fastest Zipline

Listed under Extreme Challenge in NW South Africa, South Africa.

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I believe I can fly! An exhilarating experience. A gently glide over dramatic and beautiful scenery. I normally prefer to keep my feet firmly on the ground, I don't do theme parks or the like and usually avoid anything to do with heights too but I recommend this, it was amazing.

Average speed 120kmh, height 280 metres, length 2 kilometres.


Written by  Kazza.

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The Longest, Highest, Fastest Zipline

If you’ve always wanted to fly but never really felt brave enough for skydiving, then seek out this extreme zip line for satisfaction. In principle, it is exactly the same as the old recreation-ground classic; a taut, strong wire stretched at a slight slope between two head-high points, and a little wooden seat dangling from a trolley clip.

Replace ‘head-high’ with 280 metres and the little wooden seat with two safety harnesses suspended from a huge steel cable, and you have the ProNutro Zip 2000, a 2000 metre-long zip line that allows you to soar far above the ground at speeds of up to 140kmph.

An added bonus is the positioning of the rider: instead of clinging on and perching precariously upright, you are suspended from two body harnesses on your front, so as long as you don’t look up, there’s nothing in the way of your free-flying experience. You can shoot across over a mile of South African scrubland scenery, arms outstretched, until you reach the end and have to climb down…

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