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Zip Line in Bulgaria

Zip lining in Bulgaria … Fly fast above the Struma River!

A zip-line consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. It is designed to enable a user to travel from one to the other end of the inclined cable by holding on to or attaching to, the freely moving pulley. Zip line comes in many forms, most often used as a means of entertainment.

We offer you to fly with us and feel like a Super-hero. The zip-line above Struma River in Bulgaria is 80-meters long and you can run unlimited times. The price is 5 euro per person.

Here are some interesting facts about the zip lines:

рафтинг–струма The informal definition of ZIP is “move at high speed.”

рафтинг–струма There is not concrete record of the first soul to fly freely on a zip line but there is evidence that the origin lies in the Alps- To carry supplies in an efficient and to avoid the dangers below, the tribes strung up zip lines.

рафтинг–струма In some parts of China, children take zip-lines to school – Students use zip lines to cross the Nujiang River in the Maji Township.

рафтинг–струма Ziplines were popularized by wildlife biologists – In contemporary times, it was not Red Bull swilling adrenaline junkies that popularized ziplining.  Wildlife biologists studying densely forested areas helped bring ziplining back into fashion.

рафтинг–струма In New Zealand & Australia, a zip line is known as a “flying fox”.

рафтинг–струма The longest zip-line in the world is 6,990 feet long.