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Alberta Zip Lines

Alberta Zip Lines

Mapped Locations

Awesome All Season Adventures
2810 Beaverfoot Road, Banff, Alberta Canada
(403) 760-3394
Awesome All Season Adventures
Zip line tours using 3 dual zip lines. Descents of 90 m to 500 m down the mountain crossing the Kicking Horse River. Heights up to 40 m.

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Zip-line

Zip-line in Hemlock Overlook rope course.

Zip-lining in Costa Rica

A zip-line (or zip line, zipline, Sypline, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide, flying fox, or foefie slide (in South Africa)[1][2][3][4] consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable by holding on to, or attaching to, the freely moving pulley. Zip-lines come in many forms, most often used as a means of entertainment. They may be short and low, intended for child's play and found on some playgrounds. Longer and higher rides are often used as a means of accessing remote areas, such as a rainforest canopy. Zip line tours are becoming popular vacation activities, found at outdoor adventure camps or upscale resorts, where they may be an element on a larger challenge or ropes course.[5] The jungles of Costa Rica, Florida, Puerto Vallarta, and Nicaragua are popular destinations for zip line enthusiasts.

Bungee Brake

Bungee Brake

Complete zip line braking system. Available in various sizes.

Zip Design

<p> March 2013 </p><p> My name is James Wolhaupter from Salem, Oregon and this is my Zip story. Twin Jet Zip! </p><p> The II Extreme Story </p><p> This all started with a sign on a little wood boat by the side of the road. The cute little plywood boat with no engine was mostly rotted and in very poor shape. I looked it over and thought I can work wood right, with a little effort something nice might emerge? After some research I determined with some degree of certainty that this was once a kit boat from Glen-L Designs called the Zip. </p><p> I began this project of invention and customization by removing and replacing about 95% of the wood. Then piece by piece I cut & fit, glued, screwed all the parts back in place. The entire interior was scrapped and the new ¼ in. marine plywood bottom and sides received a double coat of fiberglass cloth for strength and safety. Add some folding boat seats, new built in back seat/storage box and it began to resemble the cute little boat that I pictured it could be. </p><p> After searching for a 30-50 HP outboard engine to no avail a wild idea came to mind; why not install a jet ski engine? The hull was similar to a Jet Ski bottom so could I design and engineer all the required parts and pieces to make a little jet boat, maybe, I thought? But my search for a ski with a big enough engine also failed. Then one day in northern Idaho the local classifieds led me to several (5) Kawasaki Jet Ski’s for sale and my mind wondered, how about TWO engines? Could I build a twin? </p><p> Years followed designing, building & testing all the pieces. Four oak engine mounts were used to mount the two 650cc engines sitting side by side, and then a laser was used to perfectly line up the intake tunnels, the pump mounts and pumps. Selecting routing for the exhaust system to exit out the back somewhere was a cruel & frustrating puzzle at best. Building and making the dual throttle quadrant work correctly took a great deal of time and effort. Next was modifying the existing steering cable system to a single push pull rod that would steer both nozzles. Two fuel tanks were mounted forward with an electric pump that moves fuel to the header tank mounted in the engine compartment. A sturdy battery mount placed far forward and the mechanicals were about complete. Then close up the top and paint the bottom blue, the sides white then add some cool custom graphics just for fun. To finish I cut & painted the lines in the front and rear decks for look, stained the top with two shades, and added 14 layers of varnish to complete the pretty wood boat look and the little 14 ft. plywood twin jet runabout became the II Extreme. </p><p> After testing some further refinements were in order. Trim plates & bottom strake were added for a better ride. Wanting reverse required removing both engines for a complete stern overhaul in 2011. New adjustable ride plates were attached that mount the reverse buckets and a push pull cable for control was added up to the driver’s seat. The reverse buckets required removing the original nozzle connecting rod then installing a new push pull cable between the two nozzles that routes back thru the transom and under the engines. </p>

Zip Line Adventure

Zip Lines with a Seat

Montego Bay Jamaica Zip Line - Zip Line tour from Montego Bay or Rosehall resort

Slackers Eagle Series Zipline features an adjustable seat, and provides hours of fun from just a few feet off the ground. Includes trolley, adjustable seat, galvanized-steel cable and hardware. Ages 7+. Available: 70 ft., 90 ft.

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