Price From 64$ for a group of 3 people
Zip-line - descent using gravity forces along a steel rope with a lift off the ground, through the air, using a special device using blocks.Such devices, consisting of cables or ropes, placed between two points, and using the force of gravity for transportation, have been known to people for a long time.
They were often used in rough terrain to transport people and cargo through gorges and canyons, rivers, and impassable areas in remote areas of China, the Costa Rica rainforest and the Australian outback.
Similar devices and devices in different countries were called differently: in the Alps they were called Tyrolean ferry, in other places - flying fox, etc.The 1897 novel The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells mentions “heavy tilt” as part of the Spirit’s day.
Although the highest zipline with a length of 1300 meters is located in the ski resort of Val Thorens in France and runs at an altitude of 3250 meters above sea level,
we still offer to enjoy an unforgettable flight in the mountains of Armenia at an altitude of 1300 meters in the Tavush region.
5 lines await you: 135m, 268m, 200m, 375m and 750m. The average flight speed will be 5 m/s, the height will be 200-300 m. The height above the ground will be up to 300 meters.You will also go through a preparatory briefing before the flight and 2 instructors will accompany you throughout.
The average duration of all flights will be 1.5 hours, which will leave a lasting impression in your memory.
The program of this trip will also include visits to Lake Sevan and Sevanavank Monastery. All day trip.