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Expert Tips for Zip Line Brake Installations

Our goal at Skywalker is to help create the best rider experiences and to improve operations for climbing facilities, adventure providers, and zip line operators. The zipSTOP Zip Line brake came to be when we saw an opportunity to create a braking experience that is hands-free for the rider while also easy and efficient for zip line guides.

Does My Zip Line Trolley Need A Handle?

There are a lot of options out there when it comes to zip line trolleys. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the vast number of choices. With all of the competing products out there, how are you supposed to find the right fit for your zip line? A good place to start is figuring out if you need a zip line trolley with a handle. Zip line handles are great for a number of reasons. They give riders control over their orientation, reduce injury risk and give psychological support by providing an added sense of security.

With a bicycle through the Treetops

The EcoFlyer, a patented cable bicycle suspended at treetop level takes riders high over the treetops allowing an intimate glimpse of the natural terrain and its fascinating inhabitants. Designed as a fun and ecologically friendly way to get right in the midst of Mother Nature’s most incredible locations.

Cocoon Tree Village concept, for luxury Glamping

Glamping will transform your natural location into attractive tourist destination. Our famous Cocoon Tree can serve as a cottage, pop-up hotel or tree house, spa & many more. Start your glamping business with the famous Cocoon Tree design. Innovation and technology integrated for a new experience of nature. 

Pros and Cons of Different Zip Line Brakes

There are two main categories of zip line brakes: active and passive. The type of brake you choose will dramatically affect your business’s risk management and the life span of your zip line materials. Active zip line brakes depend on the rider to initiate the braking process. Passive zip line brakes automatically activate without the rider or a guide doing anything. While active brakes may give riders more participation in the experience, it introduces additional risk.

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