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October 22, 2021

World’s second-longest superman zipline tested successfully

Parbat: The 1,400-meter-long superman zip line from Chakle Dil in Kusma Municipality-5 to Saune Bagar passing across the Kaligandaki River was successfully tested Monday.

This is presumably the world’s second-longest superman zipline test at Kusma Bazaar in Parbat which has been successfully tested.

The main superman zipline operator -the Harness Zipline – opened the zipline to the public after it was tested over  200 times.  It may be recalled that the world’s longest 2800 m zipline is located in Dubai.

The second-longest zipline has the capacity to two people together and can reach the other end in 60 to 90 seconds. Indian company Shyam Zipline has built the zip line.

The speed of the zipline is supposed to depend on the speed of the breeze accompanied by the weight of the person. It can flow at a speed of 130 kilometers per hour and gradually decreases as it gets closer to the destination.

The zipline starts from a height of 238 meters from the surface of Kaligandaki River and its landing is located be at the resort.

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