ZipLine Utah

ZipLine Utah Completes Construction of the World's Longest Zipline to Ever Go over a Body of Water

Utah-based 2 Mile Adventure Course Holds Grand Opening Memorial Day Weekend for “Screaming Falcon” Addition


Heber, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/24/2016 -- Man's dream of soaring above the earth has long been realized and gone on to reach new heights ever since the Wright Brothers' first flight over a century ago. Yet, even though we now have jumbo jets and spaceships, nothing quite beats the feeling of being close to the earth with nothing but air between oneself and the ground. Higher than one could ever hope to jump but lower than a hang glider or airplane, ziplining is truly a one-of-a-kind experience that connects humans with the elements in a totally unique way. Wind, earth, and water all beckon adventurers to Utah for the grand opening of ZipLine Utah's "Screaming Falcon" this coming Memorial Day Weekend.

Composed of two incredible miles of zipline in total, ZipLine Utah's tour runs through the amazing Deer Creek State Park. "Screaming Falcon" – the newest edition to the course – spans across gorgeous Rainbow Bay and pairs up with the second most recent addition "Flight of the Condor" to create nearly 2 miles of fun. Together, these two portions of ZipLine Utah form what is now the longest zipline in the world to go over a body of water – close to 4000ft. Newly added features include ten ziplines and seven aerial bridges.

Some parts of ZipLine Utah's two-mile course take adventurers at speeds of up to 60 mph. Throw in an 80 ft. tower, ropes course, a free fall tower, and a climbing wall and ZipLine Utah makes for an unforgettable time like no other. With the majesty of nature all around, lone adventurers and large groups alike can enjoy the thrill of the zipline.

"'Screaming Falcon' is just the icing on the cake of what's sure to rock anyone's world – whether they're a veteran zipliner or a newcomer. Ziplining is one of those things you don't do every day and we're excited to get to enable that experience for folks and see the look on their faces as they fly along through the air. This grand opening marks a fun challenge to the rest of the ziplining world to rise to new heights in offering the most epic adventure possible!"

Pricing, photos, information on discounts, and more details can be found on ZipLine Utah's website.

About ZipeLine Utah
ZipeLine Utah is located in Deer Creek State Park. Its two-mile course includes what is now the longest zipline in the world to go over a body of water. Visitors from anywhere in the world can enjoy the majesty of nature while adventuring from high up in the sky. ZipLine Utah takes pride in being good stewards of the land. By building ziplines that enable folks to fly above everything, the beauty of the landscape can be enjoyed while leaving nature as close as possible to the way it was found. With each new addition – including their latest "Screaming Falcon" – they are pleased to say they've achieved this goal and feel it's a great way to have a super exciting time in nature while simultaneously trying to be respectful of it.