The 6 Most Talked About Zip Lines in Las Vegas to Experience for Yourself
The 6 Most Talked About Zip Lines in Las Vegas You Have to Experience Yourself
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, why not take exploring Las Vegas by day to new heights? We’re talking about a zipline across Sin City that shows you all the greatest sights, from the Las Vegas Strip to a desert in Boulder City. This is one way to do date night Las Vegas style in a way your sweetheart will never forget!
If you want to go zip lining in Las Vegas, you may have to travel a bit from Sin City for the best experience. There are some locations outside of the city that offer fantastic views. If you’re ready to find the best zipline in Vegas, read on.
Zip Lines in Las Vegas Strip
This list includes zip lines in Las Vegas, as well as some that are located 30 or so miles outside of the city. With these options, it’s easy to customize your zip lining experience. Whether you want to soar over the city or head out into the great outdoors, there’s a zip lining experience in Nevada for you.
1 | SlotZilla Zipline Las Vegas | SlotZilla is bound to be every thrillseeker’s favorite part of Vegas. You can either choose to fly seated from seven stories in the Zip-Zilla package, or go the extra mile and take on the Super-Hero Zoom, a five-block drop from 11 stories that lets you fly lying down with your arms out in front of you.
Tickets for Zip-Zilla and Super-Hero Zoom are $54 and $74 per person, respectively. Each package also includes free digital photos so you can remember the experience.
If you opt for the seated zipline, you’ll coast along two blocks before landing halfway at the Fremont Street Experience pedestrian promenade.
Super-Hero flyers will be launched more than 10 stories in the air and reach speeds of up to 40 mph before coming in for landing at the famous Golden Gate Casino.
Zipliners must be at least 16 or accompanied by someone 16 and older and weigh 50 pounds for the Zip-Zilla and 80 pounds for the Super-Hero Zoom line. A weight limit of 300 pounds is set for flyers’ safety. You’ll also have to be 6’3” or under if you want to participate.
Some of the sights you’ll see along your zip lining journey include:
The Fremont Street Experience pedestrian mall
The Four Queens Hotel & Casino
Light shows on the Viva Vision screen
The D Casino & Hotel
The Main Street Stage at the Fremont Street Experience (Super-Hero Zoom only)
If you want to take in the sights of downtown Las Vegas from new heights, Slotzilla is a can’t-miss experience!
WHERE: 425 E Fremont St #160, Las Vegas, NV 89101 | WHO: 702-678-5780
2 | Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas | Tackle the highest zipline in Las Vegas by launching from 12 stories high and traveling 1,121 feet over Las Vegas Boulevard. You can reach speeds of up to 35 miles an hour as you soar over Sin City.
Fly LINQ is the only zip line that covers the Las Vegas Strip. If you’ve come to Sin City to see its crown jewel, then you’ll absolutely want to get tickets for your spot on the line as you soar over Las Vegas Boulevard, down The LINQ Promenade, and come to a landing at the High Roller observation wheel.
Riders must be at least 60 pounds and weigh no more than 300 pounds, be at least 3’4” tall and no taller than 6’3”.
If you’re wondering, the dress code for LINQ zipline is comfortable clothes with lace-up shoes. We suggest wearing comfy sneakers to ensure your footwear stays secure. You can always bring your sandals, slides, or flip-flops in a bag and change into them after your zip lining experience.
FLY LINQ tickets start at $35, and there are options to book a private party for you and your friends! Corporate events can also book a group package that has teams flying together.
WHERE: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: 702-777-2782
3 | Fremont Zipline | Anyone visiting Las Vegas will likely hear about The Fremont Street Experience. This attraction spans five blocks of Fremont Street beneath a vaulted canopy that stretches 1,375 feet.
The Fremont Zipline is actually SlotZilla, which means it offers two options for you and your family to enjoy. A lot of people wonder whether it’s scary—that depends on which package you choose and whether or not you’re afraid of heights.
The two-block Zip-Zilla package is far less intense since you fly seated and launch from seven stories high. You’ll have to be an adventurous spirit if you take on the Super-Hero-Zoom, which launches from 12 stories high and has you lying prone (on your stomach) with your arms outstretched.
The full experience lasts around 30 seconds, so you won’t be in the air for long. Knowing that it’s such a short ride actually helps a lot of nervous flyers decide to take the plunge.
WHERE: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: 702-777-2782
4 | Haley’s Comet | Skydiving meets zip lining at Haley’s Comet, an experience that combines the soar of a zip line with a free-fall. The indoor line is located in AREA 15, an immersive attraction that features VR experiences, interactive art galleries, and more.
Haley’s Comet is their indoor zip line course with two parallel tracks, meaning you and a partner can race each other across the trail. Flying through AREA15 is like traveling through a spaceship thanks to all the neon lights and galaxy-themed decorations.
This futuristic spin on ziplining in Vegas is available to riders 4’5” to 6’4'' tall weighing between 80 to 265 pounds. Haley’s Comet is also wheelchair accessible as long as the rider can transfer into the seat.
Tickets cost $18 per person, and there is a child/military/senior discount price of $14. For an added bonus, you can pay an additional $10 ($9 discounted) to film your adventure on Haley’s Cam and walk away with videos and photos ready to be shared on social media.
WHERE: 3215 S Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89102 | WHO: 702-293-6885
5 | SkyJump | SkyJump at The STRAT Hotel, Casino, and SkyPod is a unique, purely vertical zip line experience in the heart of Las Vegas. Instead of traversing a trail, you plummet 108 stories from the top of the hotel, falling 855 feet to the Las Vegas Strip.
While it is one-of-a-kind, it’s also extremely intense and for many, too scary to attempt. The safety demonstration prior to the jump lasts 35 to 45 minutes, and the ride reaches speeds of up to 40 mph. During the fall, you’ll wear a specialized jumpsuit that has shoes specifically made for the attraction.
As an additional safety measure, the ride is inspected daily by certified ride engineers to ensure it’s fully operational.
With all that prep in place, it’s still not uncommon for riders to change their mind once they reach the top of the platform. The actual line won’t launch you—you have to jump yourself.
In terms of cost, a SkyJump will cost $129.99. You can upgrade to a photo package for $149.99, or a wrist cam package for $164.99 that includes photos and video footage from a camera attached to your wrist.
While it is terrifying, it can also be the most exhilarating thing you ever do in your life. If you get to the top and realize it’s just too much for you to jump, you can get a “chicken out voucher” to gift your ride to a friend or family member.
WHERE: 2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89104 | WHO: 800-998-6937
6 | Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon | Roughly 26 miles from southeast Las Vegas, you’ll find Boulder City, and within it, Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon. This open-air experience is currently closed due to COVID-19 (February 2023), but the company is operating its four-wheeler and ATV excursions for families.
When Flightlinez does reopen, you can expect to soar for 1.56 miles of trails at speeds of up to 60 mph! Flyers must be at least 18 and weigh at least 75 pounds. The weight limit is 250 pounds.
Tickets cost $159 per person, and each tour lasts around two and a half hours. During your journey, you’ll get to take in aerial views of the Mojave Desert after your launch from the top of Red Mountain.
Before you go, make sure you wear comfortable clothing with secured footwear. Sunglasses, hats, and sunscreen are also recommended. The company advises against wearing skirts or dresses; instead, opt for shorts, pants, or jeans.
The experience includes a 15-minute hike to the top of the mountain after the shuttle drops you off, so be mindful of what you wear and make sure your phone/camera is physically secured to your body prior to launch.
After the first run, flyers experience a 400-feet drop that has them reach their top speed. You’ll then be able to sit back and enjoy the views, possibly seeing some wildlife as you make your way through the canyons.
WHERE: 1644 Boulder City Pkwy, Boulder City, NV 89005 | WHO: 702-293-6885
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Is the zipline in Las Vegas worth it?
Whether you opt for SlotZilla or the LINQ line, zip lining in Vegas is one of the most unique and memorable experiences you can have while you’re in the city. SlotZilla is widely regarded as the best zipline in Vegas, but Fly LINQ is the best choice if you want to cover the Strip.
If you’re still on the fence, consider watching a Las Vegas zip line video online before you buy tickets. This will give you the greatest idea of what to expect if you decide to try it out yourself.
How much does it cost to zipline in Las Vegas?
Costs vary from $18 at AREA15 to $99 per person at SkyJump. SlotZilla offers packages at $54 and $75 a person, while the LINQ Zip Line costs $35 per person. Outside of the city, Flightlinez in Bootleg Canyon costs $159 per person.
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Final Tips for Ziplining in Las Vegas
There’s so much to see when you’re in Sin City, whether it’s scouting out the best movie theater in Las Vegas, playing the slots or cards at a casino, strolling through the best antique stores Las Vegas has to offer, or eating at some of the incredible bars and restaurants in the city.
You can also have a more laid-back day, browsing antique stores in Las Vegas or taking a trip to the museum.
But if you’re a thrill seeker who wants to take on the city in a way like no other, zip lining will give you an unforgettable experience. Just make sure to research ahead of time, so you understand any restrictions. Be sure to also check the dress code and wear appropriate attire to ensure you aren’t turned down when you arrive for your ride!
For more travel tips and tricks for visiting Las Vegas, visit our Westgate Resorts Travel Blog.
* Westgate Resorts is in no way affiliated with the attractions featured in this article. Items or places listed are current as of the publishing date of this article. Please call or visit the respective website for the most up-to-date offerings and details.
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