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Drop 30 storeys in just 10 seconds as you tackle the world's steepest tree-to-tree zipline in Queenstown! This guided journey through native beech forest features six awesome ziplines, increasing in height, length and speed, and lands you right back into town on a total high.
Feel absolutely pumped after this exhilarating ziplining adventure in Queenstown! Once you've made your way to the top of the gondola, you'll meet your guide who will fit you with a harness and helmet. Once equipped and ready, you'll begin your descent through native beech forest, tackling six stunning ziplines with increasing intensity. The longest zipline is 300m in length and reaches speeds of up to 70km/h. Feel your adrenaline surge as you soar through the sky, whilst taking in beautiful lake and mountain vistas that envelop you. You'll also learn about the surrounding environment and local area including Maori mythology during your adventure. Your tour finishes at the base of the gondola in front of the Kiwi Birdlife Park.
You must make your way to the top of the Gondola at your own expense.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes, are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Minimum of two and maximum 10 participants.
Spectators can see guests depart from the first zipline only, before participants head deep into the forest.
Operates in all weather conditions.
Warm outer layers are required due to the changeable nature of the alpine environment. This is not just a winter essential, but a year round recommendation.
This experience takes place in Bob's Peak, Queenstown.