WHAT IS A
IT'S AN ATTRACTION, AN AMUSEMENT PARK, A CHALLENGE TO OURSELVES
In Australia and New Zealand they’re known as “flying foxes”, in the UK as “aerial runways”; the South Africans call them “foofy slides” and in Italian-speaking Switzerland they’re “tirolesi”. An old-fashioned name might be “cableways”.
We call them Ziplines, as they do in the USA and in most of the world. So, what is a Zipline? Whatever the name, it consists of riding down one or more cables and, thanks to the force of gravity, experience the thrill of flight.
It involves a load-bearing cable connecting two points at different heights. Riders are fitted with a harness. Using several parallel cables and intermediate stations will increase capacity while adapting to the chosen location.
The Ziplines we design and install are true amusement parks: the perfect attraction for adventure tourism, combining a thrilling adventure with a unique way of sight-seeing a location.
A single cable with a starting and ending platform. Adding intermediate platforms increases the length of the ride. Single Ziplines are particularly suitable for sites with limited space and access.
Parallel Ziplines consist of several cables running side by side, allowing multiple riders to descend at the same time. This system requires a wide area to be installed.
IS THE ONLY ENGINE
Over the years we’ve worked tirelessly on the components of our Ziplines to offer our riders a 'sensory' experience: a journey towards intense emotions, in maximum safety.
Thanks to our redesign of Zipline components, we have revolutionized the development and construction of Ziplines. We've overcome every kind of obstacle in our various projects, and added exclusive extras to the classic flying fox installation.
The key strengths of our Ziplines:
AN UTTERLY THRILLING AND UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE
MAXIMUM STANDARDS OF TECHNOLOGY AND SAFETY
MINIMUM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT