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You Can Now Zip Line Over the Las Vegas Strip

Image credit: Caesars Palace

Adrenaline junkies, this one’s for you! There is now a brand new experience for you thrill-seekers out there.

FLY LINQ is a new attraction at the LINQ Promenade and it is also the first (and only) zip line on the Las Vegas strip. This ride has officially opened on 1st January, with a special superheroes-themed display.

This brand new US$20 million attraction was opened by ten fliers who were dressed in FLY LINQ-branded superhero costumes. They soared above The LINQ Promenade across the strip from Caesars Palace accompanied by colourful confetti cannons.

Featuring 10 side-by-side zip lines (which can be used simultaneously), FLY LINQ is the newest attraction from High Roller, which happens to be the world’s tallest observation wheel.

Image credit: Caesars Palace

Fliers are launched from a 114-foot tower (approximately 14 floors) to another 54-foot landing tower (approximately 5 floors) across the promenade, traversing a distance of approximately 1,121 feet. You can choose to either fly seated or in a “superhero” position, just like Superman. Guests should take note that you’ll need to be if a minimum weight of 60 pounds.

Zooming across at an average speed of 35 miles/hour, each ride will take approximately 35 to 45 seconds.

The zip line runs daily from 11:30am in the morning, however ticket prices may vary depending on what time of the day you wish to fly. In the day, seated fliers pay US$25 while “superhero” passengers pay US$35. At night however, prices go up to around US$30 and US$40 depending on your flight position of choice.

You can visit the Caesars Palace website for more information and ticket reservations.

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