Zip lining in India
Imagine sliding down a long rope, attached by a harness, across a mountain, lake or over treetops and forts. This is what zip lining sums up to be. It is essentially an aerial runway that consists of a pulley suspended on a cable. This is usually made of stainless steel and is mounted on a slope, so the person can slide down. The thrill of jumping off the last point so that you glide down the zipline is one of the most thrilling parts of zip lining. India has a host of backdrops to the zip lining adventure. Thick forests, lakes and palaces are a few of them. You can zipline across Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur, over treetops in Punjab, the frothing river in Rishikesh, still waters of a dam in Bhopal and in Uttarakhand with a sweeping view of the mountains. In Meghalaya, the Dawki River becomes the stunning spectacle as the zip-liner glides over its shimmering waters.
The top destinations in India for zip lining are Mehrangarh Fort, Neemrana Fort, Kikar Lodge, Over Dawki River, Shivpuri in Rishikesh, Orsang and the Mussoorie-Dhanaulti region in Uttarakhand. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed program.
Zip lining essentially means that one is strapped on well in a harness and clamped on a stainless steel rope that is fastened on two high points on edges. Think mountaintops, cliffs and trees. The zip liner just needs to sit on the harness as one would sit on a chair and zoom down. One is propelled ahead with their own weight and if you stop in the middle, just monkey climb your way.