Longest Zipline in Hawaii Debuts


Piiholo Ranch Zipline, Hawaii's newest and longest zipline eco-adventure, is now operating on the 800-acre historic Piiholo Ranch above Makawao, Maui. At nearly three miles, the ride is one of the country's longest and most ecologically sensitive ziplines. The longest line measures 2,800 feet, with heights from 42 feet to 600 feet, and speeds up to 40 miles per hour. The course includes a zipline of four lines side-by-side (the only one in Hawaii) and five ziplines of two lines side-by-side; a suspension bridge; and seven-station, 42-foot tall climbing tower and ropes course (Tango Tower) covering approximately 100 acres. Guests are outfitted with the latest ziplining equipment including the top state-of-the-art zipline harness available and offering maximum comfort, safety helmet, and tethered trolley. Knowledgeable guides lead the zipline experience.

Four Adventure tours are available:

5-Line Adventure: $190 per person, plus tax (3 hours)

4-Line Adventure: $140 per person, plus tax (2 hours)

Tango Tower: $95 per person, plus tax; minimum two people (1.5 hours)

Walk Along Adventure: $25 per person, plus tax (2 to 3 hours)

Combine a zipline adventure with the Tango Tower and receive a $20 discount. Participants must be at least 10 years old and weigh between 75 pounds and 275 pounds for ziplining and at least 60 pounds for Tango Tower.  The tour is not for pregnant women, people with back problems or any serious medical condition. Closed toed shoes are required. Some moderate to advanced physical activity and stair climbing is expected. Piiholo Ranch Zipline operates daily with tours embarking hourly from 8:00 a.m.to 3:00 p.m.

Visit http://piiholozipline.com.

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