80 meters in the sky! With a zip line above Struma River
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80 meters in the sky! With a zip line above Struma River!
- What's included
80 meters of weightlessness! For superheroes!
- The informal definition of Zip line is “move at high speed.”
- There is not concrete record of the first soul to fly freely on a zip line but there is evidence that the origin lies in the Alps. People used them to carry supplies while avoiding dangers below.
- In some parts of China, children take zip lines to go to school.
- Zip lines are used by biologists to study wildlife.
- In New Zealand and Australia, zip lines are also known as a "flying fox".
- The longest zip line in the world is about 2 km long.
• The zip lines mounted above a high slope is designed to allow a person to move from one end of the cable holding on to or attaching to a free moving pulley
• For maximum protection you have a safety helmet and a seat – a reason to feel secure during the jump, pirouettes, upside down spins and...the pleasure beyond description!
• You can run 3 times
Location: Struma River
Weekdays from 13:30h