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Tower Zip

Zip across two buildings on a cable line in the country's first & only urban zipline!
Its almost 500ft up in the air! At Crown Regency Hotel & Towers, Cebu City, Philippines

The next step in bringing the “EXTREME” to modern day Zip Lines
You are about to experience the first urban zip line in the world that allows you to leave a building 473 feet in the air from the 2nd floor of The Sky Extreme Adventure and land on the roof of a different building 250 feet away. It is also the first zip line in the world to use this fully automatic braking system, allowing the rider to experience a smooth and controlled stop. This zip line is designed and built using the highest industry standards and has a double redundant system to insure the safety of all riders. The Tower Zip welcomes you as you step off the building into the sky for 8 of the most breath taking seconds of your life.

A Little History about Zip Lines:

The origin of the modern day Zip Line can be traced back to the early Tirolian and South Tirolian climbers in the late 19th and early 20th century.  Climbers used ropes and other gear to navigate rock towers and divides, simply as a means to get from one place to the next. More than a century ago, villagers in high mountainous places, forestry departments, military and many others were developing ways to move goods, take care of environment, or insert troops into areas that just were not accessible other ways, at least not easily. Forestry scientists used this technology to move thru the tree tops to further studies. The US Navy in the late 1930’s had even developed Zip Lines from one ship to the other for replenishing goods while under way in order to stay out to sea for longer periods of time. The early 1970’s saw the greatest development for use when the rain and cloud forest canopies were the last remaining frontiers of botany, zoology, entomology and ecology. Ph.D. students Donald Perry and John Williams first strapped on their rock climbing harnesses, clicked their carabineers on to a belay line, and grabbed onto their jumars to ascend a tree instead of a granite face. The movie Medicine Man began filming and the researchers stumbled upon these treetop cable rides and incorporated them into a breath taking scene in that 1992 movie. From that point forward adventurers and enthusiasts have pushed the limits of excitement and challenge to create the rides we know, and you are about to experience today.

”Hang Higher”, Live the EXTREME!!

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