We began with a short introduction from a guide who spoke little English. We took a very bumpy 4x4 ride to the top of the zip line, where guides outfitted us with harness, helmet, gloves and break glove. The guides on the canopy also speak little English, but with few words and gestures, it is easy to follow. You are attached to a cable at all times using a second clip to transfer you from one cable to another. They also have emergency brakes in case you misjudge or forget to break. A 48 year old woman with a little phobia of height was part of our group but the guides were so good and the adventure was so fun, that it was easy to forget how high off the ground you are. The views of the lakes towards the end of the runs were beautiful. Fun way to spend an hour.
There is a lunch counter at the base for fast food and drinks. We went twice. Once a photographer took pictures available for email delivery, but once when we were the first up the hill in the morning, the photographer was not there.
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