The first step is buying the tickets. The shop front is just below the base of the tallest SlotZilla tower at the south end of the covered part of Fremont street. Queue was short Monday at 2pm - just 12 people ahead of me.
Rio Zipline can accommodate up to two riders at one time and has a unique feature — on the return trip guests will ride an additional feet to the starting point facing backwards, a total ride of nearly one-third of a mile. Number of items in cart: 0. It sends guests soaring higher than feet in the air at electrifying speeds, offering degree open-air views of the Las Vegas Strip.
By Zeke Quezada. If you have ever wanted to feel like a superhero Slotzilla zipline in Downtown Las Vegas is exactly what you have been looking for. While most zip lines have you seated and holding on for dear life at Slotzilla they fly you down Fremont Street a full feet just like Superman! They do offer a shorter and more traditional zip line that has you seated and go a portion of the way down Fremont street but why not go big?
The bright lights and sounds of Sin City will pulsate at your feet as you soar high above the madness below. There is a fourth, quieter zipline in the dessert just outside of Las Vegas as well more on that below. For those of you unfamiliar with it, a zip ride is a two-seat passenger ride.
We might be known for our prime time entertainment, but when you think about screaming your head off with your bestie, nothing beats a good zip line. We know a zipline in Las Vegas might not have originally been one of your must-do's, but these bad boys will change your mind! Suiting up for action with your friends?
The zip-line will begin just off Las Vegas Boulevard, where guests will ride an elevator to the launchpad roughly 12 stories above ground level. After the suiting-up and a briefing, as many as 10 people at a time will be able to zoom east over the open-air mall at speeds averaging 35 mph. Riders can choose whether to travel along the line Superman-style, with arms and legs outstretched, or seated in a special chair.
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Called Fly Linq, the attraction will feature 10 side-by-side lines that can launch all riders at once at the Linq Promenade, an open-air dining, retail and entertainment district between the Flamingo and The Linq Hotel. A zip line made sense for Las Vegas tourists looking for a quick but thrilling attraction, Swanger said. Riders will take an elevator at The Linq Hotel to the top of the foot-tall launch tower and get outfitted.