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I'm too old to be doing this, but this fall I tried out the new zip line over Mexico's Copper Canyon, supposedly the highest & fastest in the world. I was wagon master for an RV tpour group, so I pretty well had to set the example. There are 2, one is a high speed single run paralelling the cable car that lasts about 3 minutes, the other one is a one hour, 8 segment scarier proposition that starts and ends in the same place, but involves going over several side canyons and 2 crossings on suspension bridges with no sides ( there is a cable clip on to). It was a good job I have a healthy heart. I have zip lined before but never like this. It costs about $60. I suppose even with 300 ft you would be a blob of jelly if you fell, the only issue with this one is you would have quite few seconds to think about it.

 

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WOW great pic's......

 

Never too old. While staying in Flat Rock NC a couple of years ago in a very active 55+ park a group of 20 of us, ages 60 to 80's, went zip lining here: http://www.earthshinediscovery.com/zipline.php

 

Definitely not as breath taking as your pictures but fun none the less. Also did some white water kayaking both firsts for me.

 

I won't go ballooning or sky diving but would consider zip lining or white water again, go figure?.

 

 

 

 

 

"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone."

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I'm too old to be doing this, but this fall I tried out the new zip line over Mexico's Copper Canyon, supposedly the highest & fastest in the world. I was wagon master for an RV tpour group, so I pretty well had to set the example. There are 2, one is a high speed single run paralelling the cable car that lasts about 3 minutes, the other one is a one hour, 8 segment scarier proposition that starts and ends in the same place, but involves going over several side canyons and 2 crossings on suspension bridges with no sides ( there is a cable clip on to). It was a good job I have a healthy heart. I have zip lined before but never like this. It costs about $60. I suppose even with 300 ft you would be a blob of jelly if you fell, the only issue with this one is you would have quite few seconds to think about it.

 

zip1.jpg

 

zip2.jpg

 

zip3.jpg

 

cable.jpg

 

 

 

This looks like a BLAST!! I will have to do it when we get out that way. Thanks

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