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The world's most unique zipline - SlotZilla, built under the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas over the past 14 months at a cost of $12 million, is opening in two phases with the lower Zipline now open and the upper Zoomline opening later this spring. The two Zoom lines are 850 feet and 1700 feet long for the upper. The upper Zoomline will provide flyers an even greater thrill with its first-of-its-kind propulsion launch system which propels the flyer from the platform at speeds up to 35 mph at a cost of $30. Is this type of attraction something you would visit on your next trip to Las Vegas? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other readers’ opinions below.)

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My family has already tried the shorter zipline, it was awesome, cannt wait for the longer version. Linda J. Phx AZ

They were finishing this up last time I was in Vegas in February. I am glad to see that the zip line has been upgraded. I will try it when I return this summer. Craig Hagel Prophetstown, IL

I hate the zip line the way this has been constructed. The structures block up Fremont Street pedestrians and block up the views. The zip lines themselves are ok, they just need to have a better way. The structures should not be right in front of the hotels
Angela C Lorain, OH

Well,if I wanted to get high, which I don't, it would not be by hanging from a wire over a busy thoroughfare. Unless,of course, I were high, which is another reason not to be. I prefer to stay grounded, thanks anyway. William Lockhart Waterford, NY

Most Definitely..... My sister and I were in Las Vegas this past March and got our courage up, headed over to Fremont Street, and intended to give it a shot. Unforunately, it wasn't operational yet. We are returning in Sept and it is on our list of "to do" things while in Vegas. Haven't decided how brave we are are indecisive as to which platform we'll be zooming from, but we are definitely going to be Zooming... Barb Gange Minot ND

Definitely. I did the zip line last year and I want to it again in 4 weeks when I visit the area. Scott Schneider Buffalo Grove

sounds like lots of fun. I've always wanted to do a zip line adventure. Dave Travis Newark, OH

I don't think that the price is going to pull people to go downtown to do this. $30 is to high for me. Just like the cost of the Ferris wheel is too high. Alex Nocon Seal Beach Ca

Yes definately! My husband rode the old zipline when he reached his weightloss goal to celebrate. Both he and I look forward to riding the new ziplines as we reach our weightloss goals. The ride is our reward for losing the weight! Can't Wait! Ruth Stewart Las Vegas, NV

Of course I would.I enjoyed the zip line on Fremont St. and it was my first time trying something like that. I would definitely do it again with a little more adventure. Bring it on - I'm game! Jane Quiram Lancaster,ny



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