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Zipworld 2022

Zipworld 2022

Velocity seems the obvious choice when it comes to bucket lists. It’s the fastest zip line in the world and the closest thing to flying. It is simply breathtaking.

Prepare for a truly unique and exhilarating experience: the fastest zip line in the world since 2013! Soar over Penrhyn Quarry, where you can travel at speeds of up to and over 100 mph while taking in unbeatable views of Snowdonia.

Velocity 2 will take you zooming down a 1.5 kilometre zip line, providing you with up to 2 hours of incredible adventure. With 4 parallel lines over 2 separate zip lines, Velocity 2 allows you to enjoy the experience alongside your family and friends.

Speeding over the Penrhyn Quarry lake, you’ll enjoy picturesque views of Snowdonia without missing out on that all-important adrenaline rush. What can beat flying over a stunning quarry lake, taking in the amazing views of the North Wales coast at up to 118mph?

  • HOW FAST? you can go over 100mph
  • HOW FAR? 1555 metres
  • HOW MANY? 4 people at any 1 time**
  • HOW MANY ZIPS? 2 – the little & big zipper!
  • DURATION 2 hours

 

Weight: Min 30kg / Max 120kg

Height: Min 1.2m / Max 2.1m

Age: Min 10yrs

Ratio: 1:3

Note: 10 – 17yrs require a participating adult

 

Date: Saturday 21st May 2022

Time: TBC

Registration: £35 (Non-Refundable)

Minimum Sponsorship: £100

 

Complete the form below to register

  • Your information pack will be sent here
  • Price:
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