Every day we use our feet as our main method of transportation. Why? Because we HAVE to. You see, we weren’t born with wings. We’re not birds.
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We don’t get to have one majestic view of everything beneath us. We’re not allowed to have that experience. Darwinism forbids it.
We’re stuck down here. We just have to accept it. Our only hope? To imagine what it’s like as we watch a bird soar freely above us.
The zipline arrived! This changed everything. This meant regular human beings could experience a bird’s eye view! Finally! Take that Darwin!
Today, there are amazing zipline operations all over the world. Do you want to find out where the top 11 ziplines in the world are?
This zipline is truly one of a kind. Most ziplines have only one direction. Down. But not this zipline. This zipline is more like a roller coaster.
A HUMAN roller-coaster.
You can go up, down, left, and right. Pretty nuts, huh?
There’s really no other zipline in the world like it.
El Monstruo, or “The Monster” just opened in December 2015. What’s so special about it?
It is one of the longest ziplines in the world. It spans over 7,500 feet long and 1,200 feet above the ground.
This allows riders to reach a speed of 90 miles per hour. That’ll get your heart-pounding huh?
Mae Kampong, Thailand
The Flight of the Gibbon features the longest flight in all of Asia. This zipline is over 2,600 feet in length! That’s not all though.
They also feature 33 different zipline platforms.
Don’t let Superman think he’s better than you. He’s not.
In fact, you can fly just like him with Selvatica’s Superman Zipline.
We’re talking, face-first, arms apart. Try Selvatica’s Superman Zipline.
Because…why should Superman have all the fun?
El Castillo, Costa Rica
Are you feeling bold? Try ziplining on one of the most active volcanoes in the world, the Arenal Volcano
First, start your way from the peak of the mountain. Then fly down for a two and a half hour zipline course that sends you down over 2,400 feet.
Do you enjoy skiing? Then you have to try the La Tyrolienne zipline course. It connects to ski resorts in the French Alps.
What makes this zipline is special is its altitude. It’s over 10,500 feet high, making it the highest zipline in the world!
Are you the type that’s always looking to kick it up a notch? Want to get an extra dose of adrenaline?
Try Selvatica’s Upside Down Zipline….If you dare!
North Wales, UK
Are you ready for an extreme adventure?
The put on the water/wind resistant flying suit and goggles. Then fly down the longest zipline in Europe at 100mph!
This place is actually home to one of the first ziplines in the world, over 100 years ago.
History and adventure, what more can you ask for?
There’s no better way to finish a zipline, than with a big splash! Try doing a flip as you let go. Maybe 2 flips.
Either way, you’ll end up swimming in a sparkling, crystal clear cenote. And don’t worry. The fun doesn’t stop after one. Just hop right back on as many times as you like!
Utah Olympic Park, Utah
Want to simulate a downhill skiing experience? Try Utah Olympic Park’s Extreme Zipline. It features one of the steepest ziplines in the world.
The 1,500-foot-long ride has a 435-foot vertical drop. The angle simulates a downhill skiing experience!
Control and ziplines usually don’t go together. That’s what makes the Glove Control Zipline at Selvatica unique.
Want maximum speed? Lighten your grip.
Want to slow things down, and observe all the jungle canopy details? Tighten your grip.
The choice is yours. Only with Selvatica’s Glove Control Zipline.
Amazing huh? That was our guide to the Top 12 Ziplines in the World. How did we do? Did we miss any? Sound off below!