North Wales stands proudly as the epicentre of zip line excitement. With its rugged mountains, lush forests, and stunning coastlines, this region offers an array of exhilarating zipwire experiences. Want to fly on the world's fastest, and Europe's longest zip line? Have a zip wire race against friends and family? Head to Zip World's North Wales adventures for more info.

South Wales isn't short of a zip line either. Zip World Tower near Aberdare is home to Phoenix, the fastest seated zip line in the world.

Located in the centre of Cardiff, Scale The Stadium at Principality Stadium provides a great opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the capital city. Traverse the roof's edge whilst taking-in a bird's eye view of the pitch and 75,000-seat stadium below. Scale the Stadium's mast and whoosh through the air on the zip wire across the roof canopy before finally descending back to earth via The Drop, if you dare!

Aerial view of Principality Stadium in Cardiff, showing its open roof and the surrounding cityscape. Five people wearing harnesses are attached to the roof structure about to take part in a zipline activity.
Two people waering saftey harnesses and helmets attached to the roof structure of the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, about to take part in a zipwire activity.

Scale, Principality Stadium, Cardiff, South Wales

Many of Wales’ high rope centres also include zip lines as part of the course, and some have zip adventures suitable for younger children. Llangorse Multi Activity Centre, near Brecon, has an indoor zip wire, and the Sky Trek Experience - 14 connected zip lines through the trees!

Try the Zip Safari at Zip World Fforest, near Betws-y-Coed, for a thrilling treetop adventure. Find out more about family days full of adventure at high ropes activity centres in Wales.

Remember, whether you’re a daredevil or just looking for a unique way to explore Wales, ziplines promise an unforgettable experience. So gear up, embrace the rush, and let the wind carry you across the stunning Welsh landscapes!

A person on a zip wire high in trees.

The Zip Safari at Zip World Fforest, Betws-y-Coed, North Wales

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