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Zip Flyer

Zip Flyer is established in Sarangkot (1550 m), 8 km northwest of Pokhara valley, 30 minutes driving away from Lakeside. Pokhara zipline (established 2010 AD) describes a 56-degree incline, 1.8 km distance, 600 meters of vertical drops considered the world's tallest, longest, fastest, and steepest zip line. The trip begins at Sarangkot Danda at 1550 meters and completes at Hemja at 950 meters. Sarangkot is an exciting viewpoint of Fishtail, Annapurna, Pokhara valley, and Seti River view.

The Highground Adventure identifies a franchise of the world-famous American brand 'Zip Flyer'. Sarangkot zipline allows 35 kg to 125 kg weight for ten years to older participants. However, all minors under 18 years require guardian signatures on their reservation. A GoPro camera provides to each guest for individual videos experiences. 

Sarangkot Zipline is fascinating for thrill-seekers from a platform over dense forest, overlooking the Himalayas, Seti River valley, and Hemja village. The world's most extreme zip line arranged a special Harness seat, with 120 km/h with aerial view states anybody's heart begins to beat faster. The zipline is safe was designed with advanced technologies with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Technischer Uberwachungsverein (TUV) standards. Participants feel like a bird in Sarangkot, Pokhara.

Superman zipline (established 2021) traverses 1850 meters distance of the world's longest zipline with a 140 km/h speed. This trip takes 50 seconds flying that charges Nepali -6500 Rupee and Tourist-8500 Rupee. Photo, video and t-shirt charge 1500 Rupee.

The High Ground Adventure provides a thrilling bungee jump 70 meters tower perched off a cliff over a Seti river valley in Hemja near Pokhara. Annual approximate 200000 external and internal tourists join the sport. Sarangkot zipline costs 4500 Rupees per person for Nepali. The team of Zip Flyer (High Ground Adventure) pick up their clients at Lakeside Pokhara, and other participants join directly in Sarangkot. 

The second zip line in Nepal lies in Dhulikhel (1550 m), 32 km east of Kathmandu, which takes a 1:30 hours drive. Dhulikhel Zipline (established in January 2019) owns 1100 meters in length for a thrilling adventure experience from Dhulikhel (Thakle) to Panchkhel (Khawa). The zipline offers a minute 20 seconds trip with exciting views of the village, forest, and the Himalayas. It categorizes Superman, Couple and Classic Zipline with 110 km/h full speed. 

Besides these, there are numerous zip line places in Nepal for thrill-seekers, such as Darbar Adventure Zipline, Nuwakot (1300 meters), River Fun Resort Zipline, Dhading (550 meters), Chandragiri Hill Zipline, Kathmandu (200 meters), Yoyo Zipline, Ghyampe Danda, Bhaktapur (1200 meters), Harness Zipline, Kushma Parpat (1480 meters), Devisthan Zipline, Bhedetar, Dharan, Sunsari (650 meters), and Gadhi Zipline, Makawanpur (1100 meters). 

Trip Facts

  • Duration: One day
  • Best season: September to May
  • Place : Sarangkot, Pokhara
  • Views: Annapurna range/Pokhara Valley