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ZipFlyer Nepal is the world's most extreme Zipline. With a vertical drop of 600 meters over a distance of 1800 meters, it is the longest, steepest, tallest and fastest zipline in the world. The Zipline is located atop Sarangkot, about 10 km from the...more
Was quite excited to be going on this Zipwire as it was described as the longest and steepest Zipline in the world and read somewhere that speeds could be about 75mph. Let me start with the minbus that was to take us from the office...More
It will cost you 75usd but you’ll have to add 15usd for gopro footage and tshirt if you want them. But if you have your own gopro, you can use it. You’ll also get a certificate when you’re done. The view was awesome and it...More
The view was nice from the zip line but it wasn’t an adrenaline rush at all for me. It’s a very slow take off. I can definitely see how you would get a kick out of it if you didn’t like heights though.
A friend and I rode to the top of the mountain from which the zip line begins a few weeks ago. We are both over 70 years of age and it was with some trepidation that we observed the show clad mountains over 25 thousand...More
Had a. Absolute great time doing this today. Experience was worth going to and doing.
It's a safe adrenaline rush with amazing back drop of the Annapurna mountain range in the back drop.
It really is steep and you cannot see people finish it as...More
Speedy descent from Sarangkot hill to the paddy fields. It was arranged by our hotel that actually took us there and then waited while we took our time at the foot of the zip flyer to look at the nearby bungee jump. Nice outing indeed
Although it’s beautiful to zipline with lush vegetation underneath, but unfortunately with fading monsoons passing by with light rain, we could not undertake a ride as it was stopped till after the rains.
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Not sure about this. Best way is to contact your hotel and check if there are scooter hire shops, though my reading is that given the roads and traffic it is preferable to use a cab or local travel at the worst.