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Fly Linq Zipline – tickets, prices, height & weight limits, dress code

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

In this experience, which is part of the LINQ Hotel & Casino, visitors zip down from 12 stories above the LINQ Promenade near Las Vegas Boulevard and end at the LINQ High Roller.

This adventure is Las Vegas Strip’s only zipline experience and won Tripadvisor’s Travellers Choice Awards in 2020.

In this article, we share everything you must know before buying your Fly LINQ Zipline tickets. 

What to expect at Fly Linq Zipline

The Fly Linq Zipline Las Vegas experience starts with the visitors taking an elevator designed to provide excellent views of the Las Vegas strip.

The glass elevator starts from the Vortex at The LINQ Hotel & Casino and goes up to the 34.75 meters (114 feet) tall launch tower. 

As the elevator gains height, you take in the panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip.  

Once on the launch deck, the officials give you the gear, the safety instructions and hook you to the zipline.

Fly Linq Zipline take off
Riders are all set to take off from the Fly LINQ Zipline. Image: Caesars.com

Once the thrill-seekers are in full flight gear, up to 10 riders at a time will zip eastward at approximately 56 kph (35 mph). 

Fly Linq Zipline can simultaneously launch the riders, which makes it exciting if you are a large group.

Fly Linq Zipline's Launch Tower
A group of riders slides down the Fly Linq Zipline. Image: Caesars.com

Once off the hook, you will soar over the open-air shopping and dining district, The LINQ Promenade, and land at the base of the world’s tallest observation wheel – the LINQ High Roller. 

The Landing Tower of the zipline is 16.6 meters (54 feet) tall. 

If you prefer to take home the memory, you can buy professional photos snapped when you were in mid-air. 

Check out this Fly Linq Zipline video to know what to expect – 

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Fly Linq Zipline hours

From Thursday to Sunday, Fly Linq Zipline opens at 2 pm and closes at 10 pm. 

It remains closed on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

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

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Fly Linq Zipline prices

The Fly Linq Zipline Las Vegas costs $25 for all riders who qualify for the weight and height restrictions, which get implemented strictly. 

Fly Linq Zipline doesn’t offer any discounts.

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Fly Linq Zipline tickets

Fly Linq Zipline tickets
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These Fast Track Fly Linq Zipline tickets help you skip the lines and soar 114 feet 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 are timed, and you get to select your preferred time of visit on the ticket booking page.

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

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

Ticket price:  $25 per person

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Fly LINQ Zipline + LINQ High Roller

LINQ High Roller is yet another adrenaline-fueled attraction in Las Vegas.

It is a massive observation wheel, which takes half an hour for one rotation.

Visitors can choose from a regular pod or a pod with an unlimited bar and spend 30 minutes taking in fantastic views of the Strip and the rest of Las Vegas city.

This adventure is rated 4.5/5 and won Tripadvisor’s Travellers Choice Awards in 2020.

Since both Fly LINQ Zipline + LINQ High Roller are at The LINQ Promenade, visitors who have time on their hands and aren’t on a budget holiday buy both tickets. 

After a discount of 10%, this combo costs around $40 per person.

Unlimited Cocktails
Want to spend 30 minutes up in the Las Vegas air drinking unlimited cocktails from an open bar? Find out more about High Roller Happy Hour.

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Fly Linq Zipline FAQs

Here are a few questions tourists visiting Fly Linq Zipline Las Vegas end up asking.

  1. How long is the Fly Linq Zipline?

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

  2. How fast is Fly Linq Zipline Vegas?

    During the 45 second long ride, riders of Fly Linq Zipline hit average speeds of up to 56 kph (35 mph).

  3. What is the 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.

  4. What is the height limit at Fly Linq Zipline?

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

  5. What is the dress code at Fly Linq Zipline in Las Vegas?

    Since it is an open-air experience, and you will be high up in the air with lots of tourists below, it is better to wear appropriate clothing.

    Riders must wear footwear at all times. However, if you reach the attraction in flip-flops, they will provide you a pair of lace-up shoes for the flight duration. 

    Your flip-flops and other loose articles such as sunglasses, etc., will be kept in a bag and strapped to you on the zipline.

  6. Can kids ride on Fly Linq Zipline?

    All kids taller than 1 meter (3 feet 3 inches) and heavier than 27 Kgs (60lbs) can go on the zipline. 

    However, guests aged 12 years or under must be accompanied by a rider at least 13 years of age or older.

  7. In what position do the riders slide down the Fly Linq Zipline?

    Visitors have the choice of riding Fly Linq Zipline at The LINQ Promenade in two ways – in a seated position or as a superhero.

    You can inform the instructors of your preference as you line up for the slide down the zipline.

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