Fly through the air 200 feet over the mighty Arkansas River on the Cloudscraper zipline of the Royal Gorge Bridge, the tallest zip line in the United States. The ZipRider cable car in the Ice Strait, Alaska, is the largest in the world. It has a length of 5330 feet, along with a vertical drop of 1,300 feet that will surely make your heart beat faster. Six people descend downhill side by side at the same time, crossing woods and open terrain, and guaranteeing spectacular views of Port Frederic and the Ice Strait.
This place offers cruise service, so if you're taking an Alaskan cruise that stops here, be sure to book in advance. Tears form and the pulse quickens as it accelerates to 60 miles per hour, descending more than a thousand feet vertically. The zipline runs from mid-May to mid-November, weather permitting. MORE FROM “YOU'VE NEVER SEEN NEW YORK LIKE THIS” Community rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site.
The New York Zipline Canopy Tours offers three different outdoor adventures: Sky Rider, Night Zip Tour and Mid-Mountain zip. The Skyrider Tour is one of the longest, fastest and tallest ziplines in North America. It starts with a panoramic chairlift ride to the top and an incredible journey back to the 3,200-foot-long, 600-foot high peak. The Mid-Mountain Tour is a family experience with incredible views of the Catskill Mountains.
The night zip line takes place on the Mid-Mountain Tour, but under the stars. There's really no experience like diving under the moonlight. The Lost Canyon zipline ride may not be the longest or fastest zipline ride, but it's definitely one that will get your adrenaline pumping. AVA's Cliffside zipline in Idaho Springs, Colorado not only has 6 ziplines that run along an incredible natural mountainside, but it also offers much more.