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Christchurch Zipline Tour

Highlights
  • Choose between two convenient departure times
  • Experience the zipline course with two zipline guides
  • Free time to enjoy a forested park after the zipline tour
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Christchurch Zipline Tour
From USD 86.61
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Zipline Tour 11:00am Winter 18Most Popular
Zipline Tour
USD 86.61
Zipline Tour 2:00pm Winter 18
Zipline Tour
USD 86.61
Overview
Fly through a series of high-speed ziplines on a Christchurch Adventure Park zipline tour that gets you high in the air for sweeping views of the Southern Alps and Pacific Ocean. Zipline guides and fitted protective equipment ensure a safe, fun adventure through the Port Hills, where you’ll ride four dual ziplines that soar more than 518 feet (150 mt.) above the ground.
What to Expect
Come and experience New Zealand's newest Zipline attraction at The Christchurch Adventure Park.

Be sure to arrive early to enjoy the fantastic cafe, complete any paper-work required, and prepare for the adventure ahead!

You will be greeted by 2 entertaining zip guides, who will take you through a quick but important safety briefing. You will then be fitted with your safety harness, helmet, and zipline trolley before heading up the hill on NZ's longest chairlift.

Once you're at the top, you have time to take in the breathtaking views across the city to the Southern Alps and the Pacific Ocean before a short walk to the Zipline number 1 launch site. 

The Christchurch Adventure Park Zipline Tour is all about speed, you will reach speeds in excess of 80 kph (50 mph), with reports of zippers reaching speeds 105 kph (65 mph)

The onsite village includes a café & bar with seating for up to 200, plus an expansive outdoor deck to make the most of our forest setting and a great place to relax & unwind after an adrenalin filled few hours.

Restrictions include:
Minimum height 1.2m
Weight 27kg - 120kg
Reviews (12)
1 - 5 of 13 reviews
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Absolutely Awesome!

Fantastic views, great staff, exhilarating ride. Would do it again in a heartbeat. My Grandson is 12 and he loved it. I'm 56 and loved it. Health and Safety is paramount. Well worth it. Enjoy 😊

Thank Vickeez
Reviewed 2 days ago
Zipper Line

My hubbie and I did the zip with our 17 year daughter. We all loved it. Well worth the $$$. Great guides too.

Thank roughies5
Reviewed 11 September 2018 via mobile
Zipline

It was amazing ... despite my fear of heights, the guides Josh and Curtis got me through it ... well recommended Would like to do it again

1  Thank MujahidB14
Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile
Fantastic

We had a fantastic time doing the ziplines here. The staff were awesome the site was spectacular and offered some amazing views from the top. Will definately do it again and would recommend to all my friends. The only downer was the walk from the...More

Thank 521aaront
Reviewed 11 July 2018
A highlight of our NZ trip

We chose to go zip lining in Christchurch rather than in Queenstown. Excellent decision. The Christchurch Adventure Park has the longest and highest zip lines in the country. The instructors were incredibly friendly. The views were great. We were sad when it ended. Would 100%...More

Thank MiaS2089
ChristchurchPrk, Sales & Marketing Manager at Christchurch Adventure Park, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2018

Hey Mia, thanks so much for the review. We love hearing when Guests enjoy their tour but to hear that it was a highlight of your NZ trip is awesome and we will make sure that the guides get this feedback. Safe travels :)

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