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The growing trend of zip lining involves an exhilarating mix of adrenaline, speed and nature.

Queenstown
Tirolesa, Queenstown

By Ziptrek Ecotours

Auckland
Waiheke Island, Auckland

By EcoZip Adventures

New Zealand
The Legendary Black Water Rafting Co, New Zealand

By Discover Waitomo

New Zealand
Zipline fun at Tree Adventures, New Zealand

By DRAW Photography

Today, zip lining is primarily an adventure thrill ride, but it wasn’t always that way.  Originally created out of necessity, zip lining was invented as a method of fast transportation across canyons, rivers and other impassable areas. To create a zipline, cables and pulleys are threaded between two points at a slight angle; gravity then provides the momentum to pull the rider from one point to the next.

 

New Zealand is home to a number of spectacular zip lining experiences, where visitors can glide through spectacular native forest, across rivers and canyons.

In the North Island, make your way to Waiheke Island, where you'll zip your way past stunning views of Auckland Harbour, or head to Rotorua for an immersive 3-hour wilderness experience. 

 

In the South Island's Queenstown you can take a gondola up to the top of Bob's Peak; then fly through the treetops while gazing out at the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. On the West Coast, you can combine zip lining with river tubing and twinkling glow worms.

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