ZIP LINE on LAKE MAGGIORE

ZIP LINE on LAKE MAGGIORE

ZIP LINE on LAKE MAGGIORE

FSince April 2015, Lake Maggiore has the longest ‘ zip -line ‘ in Europe, was built overlooking Verbania.

“Fly for Fun – Flight Valgrande ‘ will be operational next spring and is based on a metal cable carrier with a diameter of 22mm and a rope signaling placed above this, with the implementation of appropriate anchors, between the town of Pian D’ Arla ( 1307 m) and Segletta (960 m), both placed in the territory of the town of Aurano .

The recreational activity is to use a cable (those for the downstream transfer of wood and hay marked throughout the city until the middle of the last century) , relying solely on the force of gravity , in order to prove to a person the thrill flight into space. The user, suitably harnessed and secured to a pulley that flows on the cable. There will be hanging drops over the entire length of the cable , reaching peaks of 120 km / h speed.

After the descent tourists will be greeted on arrival by a recreational area consisting of the covered infrastructure equipped with the essential services.

The cable will have a length of 1850 meters topographic with a vertical drop of 289 meters , starting at an altitude of 1276 ft arriving 987 m, the maximum height will be 360 mt.

The Zip line, will be the longest in Europe and is the first and only one on which the tourist can choose to go down with the “angel flight ” that is in the prone position or mode ” zip line ” , that is with a harness similar to those used for mountaineering .

The departure station iscalled ‘ The Barn” and is made of local stone and wood. The facility will be accessible to disabled people and will be equipped with a toilet. The arrival station ‘ The Shard ‘ includes the construction of a multipurpose facility covered with toilets and bar service .

For the activity, we leave from: Stresa, Baveno, Pallanza, Laveno, Ghiffa, Belgirate, Arona and Verbania

ZIP LINE on LAKE MAGGIORE

Contact us at +39 0323 922 917  info@lakemaggiore.eu

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