2Nd longest zipline in the world: Visit Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park

11 Extreme Ziplines Around the World That You Can’t Miss

Take to the skies and fly on your next vacation! On a zip line, that is. Be sure to put on your harness and secure your cable first though! Ziplining allows riders to get an amazing aerial view of their surroundings with many rides purposefully situated in some of the most beautiful places on Earth. Mountain tops, old-growth forests, volcanos, ancient ruins, and oceans are all seemingly at your fingertips as you rip down the line. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, this might be the perfect activity for you! To get you excited and perhaps inspire some travel, here are the most extreme zip lines in the world.

Royal Gorge Cloudscraper Zipline

This 1,200 feet up zipline, located in Colorado above the Arkansas River, is the highest in America. The ride is equipped with special harnesses that make for a super comfortable ride as you soar 2,350 feet across the gorge. They’re also “The Travel Channel’s #1 Colorado Bucket List experience”, so you know you can’t miss this extreme zipline in the United States.

Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, Puerto Rico

This ecological adventure park has eight zip lines, the longest one (called “The Monster”) being 2.5 kilometers (about 2 miles) long – making it the second-longest zip line in the world. The Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park tours take place an hour and 54 minutes from San Juan. The ziplines will let you experience the jungle treetops and mountain views of Puerto Rico with the harness holding you vertically via the chest and waist.

Whistler Zip Line, British Columbia

The zipline in Whistler, British Columbia is 2+ km long and made up of 5 lines and 1000 feet of sturdy lines whisking you over ice-covered pines, frozen creeks, and past the same snow-capped mountains that played host to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. This Canadian ride – called “The Sasquatch” – reaches speeds upwards of 100 km per hour and is a dual line, which means that you can ride along with whoever you’re traveling with!

Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Alaska’s Icy Strait Point zipline in Hoonah, Alaska claims to be the largest of its kind in the world. At more than 5,330 feet long and 1,320-feet high, these six ziplines will rocket you over Hoonah Mountain’s lush, tree-covered mountains back down to sea level, right by the ocean! Up to six guests can descend at the same time, making it perfect for families or larger groups of friends.

Arenal Volcano Park, Costa Rica

This two-mile, jaw-dropping open-air experience zips you over Costa Rica’s rainforest, Arenal Lake, and Arenal Volcano (it’s still active, but it hasn’t erupted since 1984). You might even catch a glimpse of birds and monkeys jumping across the canopy, and if that’s not thrilling enough for you, you can opt for a nighttime zip line experience.

Sun City, South Africa

Called the “Zip 2000”, this adrenaline-packed zipline is 2 kilometers long and the original extreme zipline. Fly over the stunning grasslands of the South African plains on the ride that boasts being the fastest in the world, reaching speeds of 160 km per hour. Plus, it’s quite the rush hanging from your back, vertically instead of horizontal (as per most) with an extra fin for added speed between your legs!

Skyline Zipline, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

With a hair-raising vertical drop of 100-meters, 550-meters of cable, and speeds reaching 140-kilometers-per-hour, it’s no wonder why this stretch of snow-capped mountains draws adrenaline seekers from all over the world. Not only is it host to Canada’s Olympic Park (which you’ll see), it offers a stunning view of the highest vantage point of the entire city.

Flight of the Gibbon, Thailand

This particular adventure is a combination of zip lining, rock climbing, cycling, rafting, and even rappelling if you’re up for more than just the regular zip line. But it’s the scenery that’s truly memorable. You’ll see native wildlife such as gibbon monkeys, zebra, and elephants, as well as zip over local Thai homesteads. Plus, the tour operator practices responsible ecotourism, and all proceeds from the ride go towards the rainforest. They also receive the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence every year from 2014 to 2017!

Simatai Zip Line, China

If you want your zip line experience to really wow you the famous zip line over Simatai, China gives you a spectacular, eagle eye’s view of Gubeikou Town of Miyun County and the nearby Great Wall of China. All you need to do to earn your way is the climb to the top… we’re kidding, you can take the chairlift.

The Zip Zone, Philippines

Who knew the sleepy, picturesque countryside of Bukidnon, the Philippines would be host to two 840 meter zip lines that let you fall at hair-raising speeds up to 100-kilometers-per-hour. The Zip Zone at Dahilayan Adventure Park is Asia’s longest zip line and even boasts dual carrying cables so you can race your buddy to see who finishes first!

Dragon’s Breath Zip Line, Haiti

Stretching approximately 2,600-feet over nothing but water, the massive zip line in Labadee, Haiti is nothing but thrilling. This ride claims the lengthiest stretch over water in the entire world! However, you’ll see more than the sandy beach and blue seas below; if you really focus you might see birds soaring into hidden rock coves, cruise ships, and scenic mountains.

Thrill Seekers Need to Check out these 5 longest Ziplines in the United States

Posted on 03/24/19

Zip-lining is a great adventure for families that like to take in the sights from amazing and daring angles. The best zip-lining parks across USA traverse the volcanic grounds of Hawaii, The Rocky Mountains, and all kinds of terrain in the mid-west and east coast.  Below are among the longest and most adventurous zip lines in the U.S.A.  

Camelback Mountain Adventures, Camelback Mountain, Pennsylvania

Access this zipline adventure via a chairlift ride up Camelback Mountain and get ready for speed. Riders will be experience a 4,000 foot long zipline and reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour on this incredible journey down the mountain and over a waterpark. What makes this zipline so unique is that it is technically a “Zip-Flyer” which means riders will basically be placed in a seat that is connected to the cable instead of the traditional harness.

Kapohokine Adventures Zipline Through Paradise, Hilo, Hawaii

Alright, if you are heading to Hawaii lets face it, you’re going to have a trip of a lifetime, but lets take it up a notch. One of the longest ziplines in Hawaii is the Zipline Through Paradise. This 2,400 foot ride will have you soaring 160 feet over waterfalls and incredible nature (hence the name “Zipline Through Paradise.”. This is truly a thrilling option to take on that will be a highlight to your Hawaii adventures.

Ziprider, Icy Strait Point, Alaska

We go from a Hawaii adventure to an Alaskan one. The Ziprider in Icy Strait Point Alaska checks all the thrill-seeker boxes. Icy Strait Point describes this ride as “an experience of a lifetime” and they aren’t wrong. With a length of 5,400 feet and riders reaching up to 65 miles per hour, this is truly a one of a kind experience. The 6 mile drive up to the top provides riders with views of whales and marine life before they arrive at the zipline towers and take off on a zip that won’t soon be forgotten.

Captain Zipline, Salida, Colorado

The Lost Canyon Zipline Tour may not be the longest or fastest of the zipline but it is definitely one that will get the adrenaline pumping. This journey has riders soaring over canyons and other incredible landscapes. After beginning operations in 2005 the accolades have already stacked up.

  • One of The Best 6 Best Zip Line Tours in The USA – Outside Magazine
  • Top 10 Zipline Attractions in America – USA Today
  • Top 10 Zip Lines in The World – National Geographic Traveler Blog
  • Top 20 Adventure Vacation Destinations on the Continent – Men’s Fitness Magazine

AVA Adventures, Idaho Springs, Colorado

Looking for a zipline experience that expands the boundaries of your typical zipline adventures. AVA’s Cliffside Zipline in Idaho Springs, Colorado not only has 6 ziplines that traverse along an incredible natural mountainside but it also offers so much more. A Jungle Bridge, “Surf Zip”, Bridge of Doom, 600-foot Dual Race Line, 50-Foot Cliffside Free Fall, and a total zipping distance of 2360 feet separates this adventure from the pack. This is a true Colorado experience that is sure to fulfill any thrill-seeker’s appetite.

New York Zipline Canopy Tours, Hunter, New York

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 highest ziplines in North America. It starts off with a scenic chairlift ride up to the top and a 3,200 feet long, 600 foot high insane ride back down. The Mid-Mountain Tour is a family friendly experience with incredible views of the Catskill Mountains. The night zip takes place on the Mid-Mountain Tour but underneath the stars. There truly is no experience quite like zipping under moonlight.





The longest zip line in the world 2.83 km

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Technology does not stand still, especially in entertainment, especially in the United Arab Emirates.

Meet the new world record «The longest troll in the world» Jebel Jais Flight with a length of 2,830 meters (2. 83 km). Trolley is located over the abyss of Jebel Jais, this is the largest mountain peak in the UAE at an altitude of more than 1680 meters above sea level, for those who are oriented, this is the emirate of Ras al-Khaimah in the north of the UAE.

After flying over the longest zip line, you get to a suspended platform from which you descend to the ground along a shorter zip line of 1000 meters (1 km), so having bought a ticket you will ride on two at once.

From interesting facts:

  • Rope weight : 6 tons.
  • Location : 1680 meters above sea level
  • Implementation period : more than a year
  • Flight duration : 2-3 minutes
  • Descent speed: 120-150 km/h
  • Structure : two trolleys 2. 83 and 1 km also suspension platform
  • Number of runs : two parallel
  • Accidents : 1 helicopter (4 passengers) caught on cable.

It’s a pity that our company didn’t build it 🙂 but we can do better! Contact if you want to build trolls in your city.

Opening hours

Open from Wednesday to Sunday and all public holidays.

  • Summer time (until September 1st) from 10:00 to 18:00.
  • Winter time (starting September 4) from 9:00 to 17:00.


Who can ride the trolls?

  • Weight : Minimum 40 kg, maximum 130 kg. (Please note that weather conditions may affect your descent)
  • Height : 122 cm
  • Children under the age of 18 who meet the height and weight requirements may rappel themselves, but they will need written permission from their parents to do so.
  • Descent is prohibited for anyone under the influence of drugs, liquor or any other substance that impairs thinking.
  • Descent prohibited — if you have a poor medical condition.

Do I need any documents?

Any document confirming your identity is required.

What clothing should I wear for downhill?

  • Any sportswear will do
  • Clothing must be durable, withstand rough terrain
  • If you visit the trolls in winter, you should take a jacket with you, it can be cool and windy in the mountains.
  • Wear sturdy running shoes or running shoes with good grip
  • Always use sunscreen

What is on site?

  • GoPro rental (additional cost AED 135 incl. VAT)
  • Free parking
  • Toilets
  • Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Lockers (extra charge)

How to get there?

  • Ras Al Khaimah Bus: Dubai International Airport to Ras Al Khaimah
  • Jebel Jais Bus: from Ras Al Khaimah to Jebel Jais: https://jebeljais. ae/jebel-jais-tours/


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Brave people in Ras Al Khaimah are looking forward to riding the new troll from the top of Jebel Jais, the highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates.

You have to be very brave and completely trust the instructors for such a descent.

Trolley is already fully operational and waiting for visitors. The length of 2830 meters is officially listed in the Guinness Book of Records.

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Who wants to ride from the 1934-meter mountain of Jebel Jais overlooking a huge gorge? The view is really breathtaking.

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At a speed of 150 km per hour you will fly over a picturesque gorge.

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Pleasure lasts 2-3 minutes, but what!

After the descent, you will be left with video and photos.

Two parallel tracks.

You can arrange a race.

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After the descent, you will reach a platform from which you will descend to the ground using a shorter troll.


The world’s longest zipline — is temporarily closed , said the management of the company Toroverde, which owns the trolls.

Recall: A rescue helicopter crashed on the slopes of Mount Jebel Jais, with 4 people on board. At 17:15, on December 29, 2018, the helicopter hit the steel cable of the trolls with a propeller.

Helicopter crash, longest troll:

UP23. 09.2019:

Zipline has been restored!


ZIP Line in Ras Al Khaimah // The longest zip line in the world


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ZIP Line, Ras Al Khaimah

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Do you want to discover a new perspective of the Emirates? We invite you to the most interesting mountains of Ras Al Khaimah with an ultra-modern observation deck for the highest bungee in the world, Jebel Jays!

The extreme length of the Emirates cable car on February 1, 2018 was registered in the Guinness Book of Records — 2.83 km! – and thousands of lovers of vivid emotions have already managed to experience real delight, flying over steep mountain peaks on absolutely reliable and proven equipment.

A swift flight at a speed of 120 km/h is compared by locals who experienced this attraction with a dive of a falcon flying towards its prey.

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