GERMANY’S LONGEST ZIPLINE
In the Allgäu region in Germany, Adrenaline Constructions built the first Zipline to be certified by the IFT (the Institute for Technological Development in Stuttgart) as compliant with EU regulations for cable-based people-transportation systems.
The Zipline operates in both summer and winter, and offers stunning views of the surrounding Alpine mountains. The spectacular Alpspitzbahn Zipline in Nesselwang is the longest in Germany: the two sections have a combined length of 1.2 kilometers. Riders can achieve the extraordinary speed of 120 km/h. The departure is at approximately 1500 meters above sea level, very close to the summit of Alpspitze.
Put on helmet, special goggles and safety harness and ride down to the bottom valley in an thrilling flight. A ride in complete safety: the powerful self-adjusting magnetic brake by Adrenaline Constructions handles people weighing up to 130 kilos, and automatically regulates the rider’s speed.
|Certification||EU legislation for transport of persons on cableways|
|Stations altitude||1.474 meters a.s.l. (Station 1) 1.411 meters a.s.l. (Station 2)|
|Gradient Zipline 1 (medium)||62 meters (16%)|
|Stations altitude Line 2||1.411 meters a.s.l. (Station 2) 1.191 meters a.s.l. (Station 3)|
|Gradient Zipline 2 (medium)||217 meters (27,50%)|
|Zipline 1 length||390 meters|
|Zipline 2 length||820 meters|
|Suspension cable diameter||15 mm|
|Signage cable diameter||12 mm|