Brave a 1.8km-long, 2000ft-high descent in the world's steepest and fastest zipline
Shoot down an incline of 56 degrees – the steepest in the world for a zipline
With a vertical drop of 2,000ft, it's also the world's tallest!
Experience the thrill of weightlessness for a whole 1.5 to 2 minutes over a 1.8km journey
Rest assured in Highground Adventures' safety harnesses that meet world-accredited standards
A vertical drop 2,000ft in height, distance covering 1,800m, and an incline of 56 degrees: that's close to two high-speed minutes of weightlessness on the world's steepest, tallest and fastest zip line! Offered exclusively by Highground Adventures, the ZipFlyer takes you across incredible forest greenery with the captivating Mt. Machhapuchchhre (Fish Tail Mountain) in the background, as you accelerate to speeds of up to 120kph on your way down. Keep your eyes open, and savor the exhilarating thrill of a near free-fall on one of the world's most extreme ziplining experience!
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Very well organised, safety conscious. Great fun, though over far too fast. To fly for longer, try paragliding! (we did both!)
The zipline experience was incredible fun. I don't believe I got anywhere near the quoted max speed of 140km/h but nevertheless there was a fair bit of adrenaline pumping. Note that the trip up the top of the mountain to commence the ride is a little hairy at times; our (old) jeep broke down at a blind corner and we had to wait for another vehicle to take us to the top. Toilets and a shop at both the top and the bottom; a bit of a climb from the road up to the launch spot.
One of the highlights of my Nepal trip! It was an awesome experience and the company handled the whole thing very professionally! Right from pick-up to drop-off, it was a very satisfying, great value for money experience!
Now this is something awesome experience of your lifetime. If you are in Pokhara and you haven't tried it then there is something you have missed
One of the few rides that leaves you feeling good by the end of it. Brilliant. The view on the way down is spellbinding. The scary bit is before you get released and the first few seconds after you get released. From then on, enjoy the wind, the view and the serotonin flowing through your system.