Fly LINQ Zipline at Las Vegas


Fly LINQ Zipline is the latest adrenaline-pumping attraction in Las Vegas.

On this zipline, visitors zip down from 12 stories tower above the LINQ Promenade, a part of the LINQ Hotel & Casino, and finish at the High Roller at speeds up to 35 mph (56 kph).

Fly Linq Zipline in Las Vegas is 1121 feet (342 meters) long, and the ride takes approximately 35 to 45 seconds.

It is the only zipline adventure on the Las Vegas Strip, and in 2020 it got the Travelers’ Choice Award from Tripadvisor.

All zipline riders are required to sign a waiver. For children under 18 years, a parent or legal guardian must sign the waiver.

Tickets for Fly Linq Zipline

These Fast Track Fly Linq Zipline tickets help you skip the lines and soar 114 feet (35 meters) above Las Vegas.

Immediately after purchase, the tickets get emailed to you, and on the day of your visit, you can show them on your smartphone and walk in. 

Fly Linq Zipline tickets don’t have a time, which means, you can walk in for the experience at the time of your choice.

At the entrance, you must present an ID matching the name on your ticket. 

Ticket price: $51.71 per person

Insider Tip! Since both Fly LINQ Zipline and LINQ High Roller are at The LINQ Promenade, most tourists trying the zipline also go up on the Ferris Wheel. There are two ways to experience World’s second largest Ferris Wheel – you can buy the regular tickets or opt for the High Roller tickets which come with unlimited drinks.

Fly Linq Zipline hours

Tourists experiencing Fly Linq Zipline

Fly Linq Zipline in Las Vegas opens at 4 pm and closes at midnight, daily.

For a guaranteed experience, you must reach the attraction at least one hour before closure. 

Height limit at Fly Linq Zipline
Riders must be a minimum height of 1 meter (3 feet 4 inches) and a maximum height of 2 meters (six feet 8 inches) to slide down the Fly Linq Zipline in Vegas.

Weight limit at Fly Linq Zipline
Riders must be a minimum weight of 27 Kgs (60lbs) and a maximum weight of 136 Kgs (300lbs) to slide down the Fly Linq Zipline in Vegas.

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