The World’s Largest Zipline Is Right Here In Alaska And It’s The Adventure Of A Lifetime
It may come as a surprise, but you’ll find the world’s longest zipline 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. Located on the Icy Strait in Hoonah, Alaska, the next time you’re in this part of Alaska, you need to check it out. Make sure that this adventure ride makes it on your bucket list, because this is one experience you’ll never forget.
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Have you had a chance to ride the world’s longest zipline in Alaska? What did you think? Was it an epic adventure? Let us know in the comments below!
Yes! The southern and south-central part of our state lends itself to great landscapes for ziplines. The tall trees and phenomenal views all contribute to a fun and amazing activity that the whole family can do together. Whether you’re in Juneau, one of the small ports like Hoonah or Ketchikan, or in the south-central area of Glacierview, there’s always somewhere to go! There’s even ziplining in Alaska’s most famous national park, Denali National Park.
Are there a lot of extreme adventures in Alaska?
Absolutely! Alaska’s motto is “The Last Frontier,” and that’s because there is so much yet to be explored out here. The terrain is rough, and rugged, and unforgiving, while filled with unbelievable views. There is no better place on Earth to push yourself to your limits while you are surrounded by inexhaustible beauty. Alaska has something special that calls to people all over the world. You can hike, mountain bike, rock climb, ice climb, go on ATV adventures, white water raft, camp in the backcountry, explore areas unknown to most men, and more. There are no lack of adventures in our amazing state!
What about swinging bridges in Alaska?
The swinging bridges in Alaska (also known as suspension bridges or foot bridges) that weave their way through the rainforest in Juneau are not for the faint of heart. You’ll be gripping the ropes as you cross from one tree to the next, hoping a gust of wind doesn’t hit you from out of nowhere. Some people say that the suspension bridges were scarier than the ziplining! Read all about Alaska’s swinging bridge courses here.
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