Who doesn't want to zip down a mountain at a ridiculous speed? Perhaps get a heart attack in the process?
Soon, you'll most likely be able to do just that at ZipWorld at Penrhyn Quarry in Bethesda, Wales.
In 2013, the company opened the world's fastest zip line and it's been so popular ever since that the attraction stays open from 6am to 10pm to accommodate the sheer number of people looking to spike their adrenaline levels.
Zip World has now applied to Gwynedd council to bring in two extra Big Zipper lines and a second Little Zipper ride. Which basically means MORE high speed, 100mph fun.
"Having considered the observations received, the development will not have a significant negative effect on the area’s visual and residential amenities, road safety, biodiversity or the setting of the National Park," the planners said.
Or, in normal people speak, the council is almost sure to approve the new zip lines, so get ready.
And if you're not much of a zipper yourself, you can still enjoy tree climbing or underground trampolines ZipWorld has to offer.
That's right, real trampolines in a real cave.
What a time to be alive, eh?
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