With the quote of "Dream it. Dare it. Do it.", EncountersNepal.com brings the most extreme zipline in the world. The zipline is officially named as Zip-Flyer Nepal. The zipline is 1800 meters long and has 2000 feet vertical drop. It is the world's most tallest, fastest and the longest zipline in the world located in Sarangkot, Pokhara. It is inclined at 56 degree and speeds of over 160 kilometer per hour making it the most extreme ride in the world.
The platform overlooking the majestic Himalayas and a mind-boggling 2000 feet vertical drop gives goosebumps. The countdown starts and you are airborne. Gravity takes care of the ‘go' portion of the ride, a feeling of weightlessness sets in, the wind gushes against your face, as you plunge at speeds of over 140 kilometers per hour. After a minute of pure adrenaline and travelling a distance, the ride begins to slow down as you approach the landing. The advanced, magnetic braking system then brings you to a complete stop.
During the ride, you'll get to experience the breath-taking views of the Himalaya range and the raging Seti river. Zip-Flyer by Highground Adventures Nepal is truly an experience not to be missed.
Zipline riders must weigh between 35 and 125 kilograms (75 and 275 pounds) and has to be comfortable with heights. The ride is restricted for individuals with back or neck problems and pregnant mothers.