The development will also employ a significant amount of people all year round.
New exciting technology will be implemented, which means people can travel on the zipline's horizontally, and new technology which will slow people down. “The zipwires will take people on a journey around the quarry, and the last zip wire will be suitable for children.” A planning application has been submitted for a series of zip wires in Blaenau Ffestiniog. Tree World Ltd has submitted an application for four zip wires.
The Managing director said they will be a series of high level very exciting zip lines. “The development will also employ a significant amount of people all year round.” The planning application submitted to the Council estimates that the development will initially create nine jobs, with the aim of employing 25 people by year three. The company has also received planning permission for a similar development in Bethesda.
They said they aim to have the attraction ready for next summer. He said: “There will be nothing like this in the UK and we are looking at attracting people from all around the world. “The longest zip wire in the series will be around one kilometre long, but in total there will be around two and a half kilometers of zip line.”