an open-air dining andentertainment district between the Flamingo and The Linq Hotel.It is thought that the zip line will costaround $20 million to build and the Promenade general manager, Shaun Swanger, thinks that it could becomepart of a package with other Caesars attractions. For instance, a current popular package combines ticketsfor the Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas and the Promenade’s High Roller observation wheel.Ridersof the new zip line will ascend a lift at The Linq Hotel to the top of the 122-foot-tall launch tower.They will have the choice between riding seated or in a flat position. They will then travel 1,080 feeteast along the shopping centre to the High Roller. A platform will be built there to receive riders andthey will exit through the building.
This isn’t the only zip line coming to the Strip. Steve Wynn hasplans for a zip line as part of the Paradise Park project, which is due to break ground in the new future.A new 13-acre Summerlin park also expects to host zip lines.These won’t be the first zip lines inLas Vegas. Fremont Street is already home to the SlotZilla zip line, which opened in 2014. SlotZilla is 77 feet high and extends for 1,700 feet making it longer, but lower than the planed Fly Linq.