Ready to fly over the jumping hill and turn into real-life eagles?
Adrenaline rush is 566 metres long, top speed reaches 85 km/h.
Altitude above sea level
Difference in height between the start and finish
Long spectacular ride
Maximum measured speed
World's steepest Zipline
Up to now, the area of the flying hill has been reserved for the greatest ski flying legends only. However, with our new great attraction everyone can experience how it is to fly along the world’s largest jumping hill.
Reservation reservation is not mandatory, but we highly recommend it. If you do not have a reservation, then unfortunately we cannot provide you ride. There is a lot of interest in the summer months, so it may happen that all the appointments will be occupied by your arrival.
Upon arrival to Planica, first come to the reception in the central building (round building opposite the ski flying hill), where you will receive tickets. Then you go to the lower zipline station, where our instructors will be waiting for you. We recommend that you be in Planica at least 15 minutes earlier.
You will receive all the necessary equipment with us. Our instructors will equip you with a safety harness and helmet. You will also receive a pulley that will suit your weight. We only suggest sportswear and footwear. Long hair should be tied in a ponytail. In summer, you can put slippers in the backpack that you will receive with the equipment.
You do not need additional prior knowledge for zipline descent. The device is suitable for participants who are older than 10 years, do not have psychophysical problems related to height and the use of the device for them or for others would pose a health or any other danger or risk. Physical limitations are primarily related to minimum and maximum weight and height. Each participant is obliged to weigh himself before the descent and upon receipt of personal safety equipment so that the staff can check the total weight.
The minimum weight with equipment must not be less than 30 kg, and the maximum weight with equipment must not exceed 115 kg (*** the weight of personal safety equipment is approx. 5 kg).
Minimum required height for independent descent: 140 cm.
In the case of a tandem descent, children from the age of 5 and with a minimum height of 120 cm, accompanied by parents or guardians, can also take part, with the total weight of both participants with equipment not exceeding 115 kg.
Certain health restrictions must be observed during the zipline descent, namely:
1.Persons under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other substances that reduce psycho-physical abilities
2.Persons with spinal injuries
3.People with high blood pressure or diseases of the cardiovascular system
5.People with epilepsy
6.Persons who underwent surgery less than 6 months ago
7.Persons who had eye surgery less than 3 months ago
8. People with reduced mobility – they should be warned about the possibility of causing pain – participation only at their own risk – prior notice required
Bad weather is not a reason to cancel the zipline. Descents are possible in the temperature range between -10 ° C and + 40 ° C, in case of rain and snow. In really bad weather (storm, lightning, hail, sleet, strong wind) we cancel the descent. In this case, we will inform you and cancel the reservation or postpone it to another desired date.
Going down the zipline is an extremely safe activity. Once you are strapped to the steel cable, you are completely safe. All safety equipment used in the activity and all personal safety equipment of the participants meet the safety standard EN 15667-1. Professionally trained and qualified staff will explain the course of the descent in detail.
The entire course of your descent will be fully automated, thus eliminating the possibility of human error. As part of the system, three mutually independent braking systems are installed, which ensure 100% safety.
Before the descent, we will inform you in detail about the safety aspects of the descent and the correct way to use personal safety equipment.
Almost! The steel cable is removed only in the middle of February and placed back in April due to the annual conclusion of the World Cup in ski jumping or flying. In the summer months, the zipline operates almost every day, while in the winter mostly on weekends.
Operating hours also depend on weather conditions and time of year. We suggest that you check the available dates under the “Book” button or call us or send us an e-mail.