Drop 2,000 Feet at 87 Miles Per Hour on Nepal’s Extreme Zipline
OutdoorHub Reporters 06.11.12
With the Himalayas in the distance and warm air whipping past your face going up to 87 miles per hour (140 kmph), the ZipFlyer by HighGround adventures in Nepal bills itself as one of the world’s most amazing experiences. The zipline sits 2,000 feet (600 meters) above the ground and travels a full 1.1 miles (about 1.8 kilometers) to the end of the line. Located in Sarangkot, about 10 km away from Pokhara in the middle of Nepal, the line is probably the longest in the world. View the video to see its brave zipliners in action.