Alaska June 06, 2019
The World’s Longest Zipline Is Right Here In Alaska And It’s The Adventure Of A Lifetime
It may come as a surprise, but the world’s longest zipline is actually right here in Alaska! With so many incredible ziplines all around the world, the view from this particular zipline will blow the others right out of the water. Make sure that this adventure ride makes it on your bucket list!
The Icy Strait Point Zip Rider is a zipline located in Hoonah, Alaska.
This incredible attraction has six different lines you can ride. Each one is 5,330 feet long, with a descent of 1,330 feet!
This means you can hit top speeds of up to 60 miles per hour during your descent!
You will be riding almost 300 feet above the rainforest below, which means you have some of the best views in Alaska. Your whole family can ride the six lines at once, so you can experience the adventure together.
You'll be fitted into a special safety harness once you reach the top of the mountain.
The ride is an exhilarating, 90 second adventure down from the top of Hoonah Mountain.
Make sure you bring rain gear, however, as you can't be sure how the weather will be.
The ride is very high, so make sure you're okay with heights! The entire cable length is about a mile long, and it cuts through some amazing southeastern Alaskan scenery.
You also can doing many other different tours, including an ATV tour.
They also offer Jeep expeditions. Or perhaps a helicopter tour or maybe an ocean raft adventure! Whatever your speed and interests, they have something for you and your family to enjoy.
The view from this incredible zipline is unlike you will ever see anywhere else!
You too can ride the adventure of a lifetime. Go visit the Icy Strait Point Ziprider at their Address: 108 Cannery Road, Hoonah, AK 99829. All summer long you can try this Alaskan sized adventure!
Have you had a chance to ride the world’s longest zipline? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below!
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