At a Glance
What is it?
A zip line attraction that allows you to fly seated or superhero style.
Where is it?
At the Linq Promenade on the Center Strip.
Is it worth the cost?
If you like zip lines it’s relatively affordable.
What else do I need to know?
Tickets are more expensive at night.
What’s the bottom line?
Maybe not the most thrilling zip line but a lot of fun anyway.
Let’s be honest, it’s no SlotZilla.
That zip line attraction launches you out of a 12-story replica of a giant slot machine and you get to fly along the Fremont Street Experience under the giant Viva Vision canopy and through the lights of Glitter Gulch. It really doesn’t get any more Vegas than that.
And if this one seems a little less fun it’s because it’s hard to top the above.
Here you travel from a platform at the head of the Linq Promenade at The Strip (between the Linq and Flamingo hotels) to the end point next to the High Roller observation wheel. You aren’t going down the actual Strip, but rather a shopping plaza carved out of a former alley between two hotels, so it lacks some of the wow factor of Slotzilla.
But you have a choice of going seated or “superhero” style and the costs are pretty reasonable comparatively speaking. If you want to get your thrill on and don’t want to leave The Strip to do it, this is one of your few options anymore.