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Zip Lining in Las Vegas

Calling all thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies looking for a next-level adventure in the heart of this pulsating city. Zip lining in Las Vegas is the way to go!

Feel like a superhero as you hurtle along, watching the streets and buildings fly by far below. For the ultimate rush, head out to Bootleg Canyon for a rip-roaring ride over rocky mountains and desert valleys.

You have a couple of choices when it comes to zip lining in Las Vegas. Either slap bang in the center of the buzzing entertainment district, or out in the wilds over a nearby canyon.

Fly LINQ city zip line experience

This short yet sweet Las Vegas zip line session will be the highlight of your city visit, quite literally! It starts at the LINQ launch tower, which looms 114 feet above the open-air shopping and dining district.

After a short briefing, you and nine other riders will commence your flight in a sitting position, traveling at speeds of around 35 miles per hour. Enjoy aerial views of the city as you zoom along the 1121-foot wire, finishing at the base of the colossal High Roller.

Fast-track LINQ city zip line tickets

Want to skip the queue? Then purchase a fast-track ticket for the LINQ zip line and beat the crowds.

Canyon zip lining tour

This half-day Las Vegas zip lining tour begins with a pick-up from an agreed meeting point on The Strip. The complimentary shuttle will transport you to Bootleg Canyon, where a bus will then drive you to the summit of Red Mountain.

Next up is a 15-minute walk to the launch site, which is an impressive 3800 feet above sea level. Epic views are guaranteed!

Finally, you will take the plunge and fly over the mountain using four descents along 1.5 miles of zip line. Scream in delight as you reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.

After landing back down on earth, there is a gentle walk over to base camp at the bottom of the mountain. From here a shuttle will return you to Las Vegas.

How much does zip lining in Las Vegas cost?

A single ride on the Fly LINQ zip line costs $25 per person, or $30 if you want a skip-the-line ticket. A spin on the High Roller and a visit to the Eiffel Tower Observation Deck can be included at extra cost. Souvenir photos and a video can also be purchased after your ride.

The Bootleg Canyon zip line experience starts at $151 per participant, with round-trip transfers from Las Vegas, a professional guide, and refreshments included.

Which places are seen while zip lining in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas

Zip lining in Las Vegas gives you a privileged perspective of this glittering city – one that few visitors ever experience. As you soar over the LINQ Promenade, enjoy views of the entertainment district, as well as the world’s largest observation wheel.

You can also visit the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck for superb panoramas over The Strip. This iconic city skyline attraction is a whopping 46 stories high, and a half-scale replica of the real thing back in Paris.

Bootleg Canyon

Located just north of Boulder city, Bootleg Canyon is an adrenaline junkie’s dream, with hiking trails and mountain bike tracks to explore. Paragliding is also popular. Red Mountain is the towering centerpiece and the launch point for zip lining adventures.

There are lots of scenic overlooks from the trails, with views out across the Mojave Desert and the local Eldorado Valley. You can also see Lake Mead from here. Wildlife is surprisingly abundant, with bighorn sheep, chuckwallas, and hawks often spotted.

Lake Mead

Bootleg Canyon lies beside Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and you will enjoy views of the water and surrounding wilderness during your trip. There are around 1.5 million acres of lakes, mountains, and valleys to explore here, with enough hiking and boating options to satisfy every explorer.

Fancy making a day of it? You can easily enjoy a Lake Mead or Hoover Dam tour on the same day as your zip line experience if you like!

How long does zip lining last?

You should arrive 30 minutes before your allocated time slot at the Fly LINQ zip line experience. Your given entry time indicates when you can join the queue. To avoid waiting, consider purchasing a fast-track ticket so you can skip the line.

Bootleg Canyon zip lining tours last up to four hours, including round-trip transfers from Las Vegas.

Where do zip lining tours leave from?

The LINQ zip wire is located at the LINQ Hotel on 3545 S Las Vegas Boulevard, in the middle of the city’s entertainment quarter. You will need to make your own way there.

For the Bootleg Canyon tour, shuttles depart from the Excalibur Hotel at the center of the Las Vegas Strip. You will be returned to the same location after the excursion.

When is the best time for zip lining in Las Vegas?

You can generally go zip lining in Las Vegas on any day of the week, throughout the year. This is sometimes subject to change, so do check with your provider before booking. Make sure you reserve your place in good time to avoid disappointment as it does book up fast.

Temperatures soar during summer so the Bootleg Canyon ziplining tours are best enjoyed in the mornings to avoid the heat of the day.

Which other activities can be done in Las Vegas?

Travel tips

  • Remember to take some ID that matches the name on your tickets.
  • Bag the best deals for your chosen date by booking your zip lining in Las Vegas well in advance.
  • You can take a GoPro on the Bootleg Canyon zip line - helmet mounts and chest straps are provided.
  • Wear appropriate clothing and footwear with no loose articles. Hiking boots are advised if you are visiting Bootleg Canyon.
  • Participants must weigh 60 – 300 pounds, with a maximum height of 6 foot 8 inches.
  • Children aged 12 years or under should be accompanied by a participant aged at least 13 years.