For the ultimate adrenaline rush and once-in-a-lifetime views, fly over Costa Rica’s cloud forests, Colorado’s Rocky Mountains or San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park.
Whistler, the No. 1- ranked mountain resort in North America, is most known for epic skiing and snowboarding, but zip lining can be experienced here in any season. For non-skiers or those who want an even higher view of the mountains, the zip-lining tour is an unforgettable way to see Canada's Coast Mountains.
At a height of 918 feet, rushing speeds of up to 100 mph and spanning over 1 mile, UNREAL in Sun City, South Africa, boasts the steepest, fastest, tallest zip line in the world.
Zip lining across the misty cloud forest in Monteverde is one of Costa Rica's most popular tourist activities. Keep an eye out for the brightly colored national bird, the quetzal.
If you’re looking for the ultimate Rocky Mountain High, try zip lining at Vail, where you can take an exhilarating tour of Vail Valley’s pine forests, valleys and rivers.
Zip line in the rainforests of Thailand not only for a chance to see the gibbon but to fly with the endangered tree-dwelling ape in its home.
Soar above exotic animals, such as antelopes, giraffes, buffalo and rhinos, at the San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park on its recently added 2/3-mile zip line, the longest in the US.
When you dream of Hawaii, it’s most likely about having your feet planted on the sand. But zip lining above Maui will give you a chance to see the beauty of the entire island -- streams, waterfalls and panoramic ocean views.