Two-Mile Slovenian Zipline Demands All Of Your Bravery
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Riding a zipline remains a wonderfully entertaining practice for holiday thrill seekers and movie heroes looking to get out of a jam in an instant.
In Slovenia, the practice is a test of endurance.
The Daily Mail introduces us to one of Europe’s longest ziplines, which calls to anyone who is visiting Bovec and has a hankering for some truly thrilling sights.
And the numbers are nearly as amazing as the ride itself. According to the Daily Mail, the former 1.8-mile zipline was extended to reach two miles for its patrons over what are reportedly five sections of track. And what’s more, it passes over some portions of the mountains that are as high as 650 feet.
For more information, you can visit Ziplineslovenia.si, which also features a couple of other videos that show off the brilliance of the surrounding area:
The attraction is open for various times between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day, weather permitting.
If that sounds like something you are interested in, the website notes, “Price for Zip Line tour is 55 € per person. The entire adventure takes about 3 hours and all you need is a good will and sports – trekking shoes.”
For a little over $61 you get to see a wide expanse as you float nearly effortlessly through the Slovenian air.
We certainly hope you pack your courage as well as, according to the video, your handy selfie stick.
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