Experience the sensation of flying on this horizontal zip line near Rome! This wild ride is the ultimate adventure for thrill-seekers looking to get adrenaline.
Made for the brave, forget everything you know about zip lining and travel to the quiet, medieval village of Rocca Massima for a velocity course that has a max speed of 160km/h!
This is a space-age experience named after the world's fastest animal, the Peregrine Falcon, for good reason. Get ready for 2km of pure speed as you zoom down the longest and fastest zipline in the world!
Situated 730m above sea level in the small medieval town of Rocca Massima, the world's fastest and longest zip line course is only an hour's drive from central Rome. Travelling from sweeps from the Lazio coast in the Alban hills to the mountains of Abruzzo, the route passes through vast olive groves and karst areas gliding up the slopes of Monte S. Angelo Cradle of Falco Pellegrino. Public transport from Rome to Velletri runs daily - with pick up options to the activity centre possible with a small fee when booked in advance.
Meet the velocity zipline team at the activity centre in Rocca Massima for a once in a lifetime experience on the world's longest and fastest zipline. Head up to the launch site where you will kit up in a specialised speed suit and goggles before listening to a short instructional talk and safety briefing. Next you will be placed horizontally into the sling and fastened into place. The flight will depart at an altitude of 730 meters reaching a maximum speed of descent of 160 Km/h. During the descent, the average speed will be 110 Km/h. A 4-minute flight that can be experienced solo or as a pair, dive bomb down the specialled engineered course and come to a safe stop at 380m where you will get your bearings and return to the activity base where your adventure will end.
Starting height: 730m
Path length: 2225 meters
Full speed: 160km/h