AMAZING VIDEO!!! Too bad every one has already seen it...lol
In response to lord Gonchar, These adventures can be ether a 30 mins or 60mins you choose how long of an adventure you want. I hope i made this clear to you.
Dave -Two rides come to mind that most likely mimic the zipline experience.
The first is in the new area at Busch Gardens Tampa, which feature single-seat cars that hang from a cable which is lifted and lowered to make the car go forward and return. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yczb40OBI4c
The second is Vertigo at Walibi Belgium. This coaster features four-seat inverted cars that roll along a giant cable that serves as the track. This one didn't turn out too well, as it was torn down without operating for more than a few months. http://www.rcdb.com/ig3457.htm?picture=22Last edited by PhantomTails, Friday, May 22, 2009 10:38 PM
Dollywood makes sense for this because of the terrain this attraction utilizes.
Could they pull something like this off at a flat land park? They would have to build a few tall towers with elevators.
^"Tall towers with elevators" is exactly how the ziplines at BGA/T function. I sure would love to get one shot at those - and probably could, but you need a kid (and that seems a little extreme for just a short zipline ride).Last edited by rollergator, Friday, May 22, 2009 11:43 PM
No Gator, I meant a large scale zip line. I believe you have to be under 13 to ride BGA's from what I read. So no go for you even with a kid. :)
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