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KLAUSBERG
ITALY

Klausberg Italy

Location
Klausberg Resort, (BZ) Italy
Inauguration
2020
Length
210 m
Drop
31,50 m
Max. speed
50 km/h
Flight duration
22 s
Hourly capacity
50 pp/h
Trail
unique
Type of flight
standard
Number of lines
2 parallel
visit the website Skiworldahrntal

Discover Ahrntal by flying

The Klausber zipline is the steepest in the South Tyrol Alps. This is partly due to the new 3.0 technology, which is capable of self-adjusting the descent speed, without the need for a manual adjustment of the trolleys by the operator at the start. In addition, the Start System 3.0 is equipped with an additional safety device that monitors the customer's departure along the rope. The entire system is controlled in real-time by a central computer equipped with signaling devices that are in constant communication with the zipline operators.

The Zipline is part of an Alpine resort renowned for its winter and summer offerings, which are primarily aimed at families.

The stations are designed as simple and elegant design elements, like landmarks integrated into the landscape. The structures are made entirely of painted steel, a material chosen for its low maintenance and because it’s easily adaptable to different stylistic and formal requirements.

ASTENKICK
GERMANY

Astenkick Mega Zipline

Location
Winterberg, NRW (DE)
Inauguration
2018
Length
895 m
Drop
114 m
Max. speed
80 km/h
Flight duration
50 s
Hourly capacity
50 pp/h
Trail
unique
Type of flight
standard
horizontal
Number of lines
2 parallel
visit the website Astenkick

A thrilling ride in the heart of Germany

ASTENKICK MEGAZIPLINE opened in late summer 2018, drawing even more visitors to the North Rhine-Westphalia region in Germany already renowned for adrenaline-packed sports, offering a completely new flying experience!

This opportunity intrigued us immediately. The particular features of this tutonic territory allowed us to develop even more technical innovations for our Zipline components. Launching station has been built above the village of Altastenberg (750 m.a.s.l), where visitors have magnificent views of the valley and forests below.

Two flight options are available: the Angel Flight and the Seated Standard Flight. Steel cables run for almost a kilometer and the drop is really impressive, a 120 meters fall. The 12.8% slope brings to a maximum speed of 80 km/h on a 50-second flight. The System is fully automated and tested by us after the installation. We also took care of staff training.

ALPSPITZKICK
GERMANY

AlpspitzKICK Zipline

Location
Nesselwang, Allgäu (DE)
Inauguration
2013
Length
1210 m
Drop
279 m
Max. speed
120 km/h
Flight duration
90 s
Hourly capacity
40 pp/h
Trail
2 cons.
Type of flight
standard
Number of lines
Single
visit the website AlpspitzKICK

Germany’s longest Zipline

In the Allgäu region of Germany, Adrenaline Constructions built the first Zipline certified by the IFT (Institute for Technological Development in Stuttgart) as compliant with EU regulations for cable-based people-transportation systems.

This year-round facility offers stunning views of the surrounding Alpine mountains. The departure is at approximately 1500 meters above sea level, very close to the summit of Alpspitze.The spectacular Alpspitzbahn is the longest Zipline in Germany, 1200 meters long. It is made of two consecutive sections of 390 and 820 meters, covering a drop of 62 and 217 meters. Riders can achieve the extraordinary speed of 120 km/h during the flight.

Put on a helmet, special goggles, safety harness, and ride down to the bottom valley in a thrilling ride! The trip is completely safe. It is regulated by the powerful Self-Adjusting Magnetic Brake made by Adrenaline Constructions. It handles people weighing up to 130 kilos and regulates dynamically riders' descent.