Zip Flyer in Nepal
A zipline is an extreme descent at high speed (up to 100 km/h) on a steel rope under the influence of gravity. The steepest and fastest ZipFlyer is located in Nepal: the initial slope is 56 degrees, the total length is 1800 meters, and the height difference is 610 meters.
It is the highest, longest and steepest zip line in the world, with a flight speed of over 100 km/h. Plus, enjoy a 180-degree view of the majestic Annapurna Range.
To get to the attraction, you need to drive forty minutes to the top of Sarangkot, with a height of 1,590 meters. From there, you have a majestic view of the Anapurna mountain range and the Pohkara valley. And you can go down from the top in just two minutes.
The newly introduced extreme sport in Nepal is gaining popularity among the masses. Seeing how fast the sport has been picking up the pace, there are other zip flyers established in Nepal, such as:
Location Length in meters Price in NPR
Sarangkot, Pokhara 1800 5000 to 9000
Dhulikhel 1100 3500 to 4500
Gadhi, Makwanpur 1100 1500 to 2500
Devithan, Dharan 650 1200 to 2000
Harness zipline, Kushma 1480 4500
Trishuli 200 500 to 1500
Yoyo Zipline, Ghyampe Danda, Bhaktapur 1200 300 to 5000
Chandragiri Zipline, Chandragiri Hills, Kathmandu 100 1500 to 3000
Durbar Adventure Zipline, Nuwakot 1300 1500 to 3000