Our family has been zip lining many times before this. I guess we were a bit jaded - our past experiences were to wear harnesses similar to those for rock climbing or rappelling plus the hardware (not sure what it is called) varies from person to person. The place we’ve visited many times could change the wheel (the hardware that attaches to the cable) depending on how fast or slow you want to go. Not so here. You get some type of a soft chair/seat harness so you are in a sitting position and a one size fits all wheel (you don't get much speed). The first zip line is a joke. It is 250’ long. In my opinion it should not count as part of the package. They say this is to get everyone used to how to zip line. Then you go up the mountain to zip down 3 other lines that are longer, but far from fast. Yes, it is possible to turn yourself upside down. It just seemed that safety (not complaining about safety – I’m all for it) over-rides adventure here.
All in all, if you’ve never been zip lining before and you’re a bit wary or scared, this is the perfect place to start. Oh, and if you are there on a summer day, bring bug spray. REALLY!
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