DRAFT PAGE - THERE IS NO ZIP LINE AT WYNNE FARM (YET)
Come see Wynne Farm from the air!
The ride is 300 m (1,000 ft) long. It lasts about 30 seconds and has a maximum speed of about 50 kph (30 mph). The slope is not very steep, suitable for young and old. It is the best and most exciting way to enjoy the Nature Reserve!
Given that this is an extreme activity, the zip line at Wynne Farm is extremely safe. Our guides are very well trained and all our equipment (harnesses, carabiners, trolleys, etc.) has US and European certification. The design and construction of the zip line followed international standards for safety and has been tested with wide margins of safety.
Yes! As long as you’re not:
- ignoring our safety instructions,
- younger than 3 or older than 95 years of age,
- heavier than 6,350 kg (14,000 lbs).
It can be, but most people find it thrilling and a great experience. Our guides are used to dealing with scared zip-liners and if you really don't dare going alone, no worries, you can attach to one of our guides and do the ride together. Or feel free to take a walk on the Reserve and we will give you your money back, no problem.
To get to the zip line is a 5 minute walk downhill. After your ride you have to walk back up, either to go for another ride, or back to the entrance. The walk back up the hill takes about 15 minutes and depends on how much time you stop to catch your breath or admire the nature. The trail is 1,000 m (3,300 ft) long and has a vertical ascent of 100 m (330 ft). It’s not too bad, and actually a very healthy walk.
We don't recommend using the zip line while it is raining, unless you enjoy getting really wet. You can check our weather station for the current weather and forecast.
Only 500 HTG per ride! You also pay entrance fee for Wynne Farm (adults 250 HTG and children 150 HTG).
Wynne Farm Members get a 10-50% discount.
The zip line is open almost every day, but sometimes groups reserve the zip line for a whole day, or we have yoga or meditation sessions that cannot be disturbed. Please see the calendar when the zip line is closed for the public.
If it isn't closed, it's open!