New Hampshire Ziplining
TAKE THE SCENIC ROUTE
See the Granite State from a bird’s eye view, soaring down a mountainside suspended from cables. There are few experiences that will get your adrenaline going like this!
Some of the places to zipline in the area:
Attitash Mountain Resort
There are 2 zip lines, Flying Bear and Aerial Zip. Height: 250-feet off the ground. Speed: 65+ MPH (you can slow and even stop your descent). Distance: Flying Bear is 4,969 feet, from the summit of Bear Peak towards Attitash Mountain. Aerial Zip is 2,196 feet long. Two parallel cable lines allow you and a friend to ride side by side. http://ziprider.com/rides/attitash/
Guided canopy tour with 9 Zip Lines, 2 Sky Bridges, 3 Rappels. Speed: 30 MPH. Distance: Ziplines range from 120 – 830 feet in length and up to 165 feet off the forest floor, 1,000-foot descent. 2 guides per group, up to 8 participants. http://brettonwoods.com/activities/canopy_tour/overview
The Soaring Eagle Zipline is one you can fly! You sit in side-by-side chairs like an amusement park ride, ascend the mountainside backward, then rapidly coast 700 feet back to the bottom. http://www.cranmore.com/winter/soaring-eagle
Length: 2,100 feet. Vertical drop: 265 feet. Speed: 45 MPH. The ZipRider is a four cable ride that sells out every day at the park. Riders are seated in chair-like swings as they descend. http://ziprider.com/rides/wildcat-mountain/
Enjoy this thrilling experience and the great views of Mt. Washington and New Hampshire.