Imagine yourself dangling from a wire 12 stories above the Las Vegas Strip, hurtling down the Linq Promenade at 35 mph.
The first zipline on the Las Vegas Strip is Fly Linq, the Fly Linq zip line. (We may gain a commission if you click on one of the links in this story.)
The Fly Linq Zipline opened in November 2018 and is only a few feet from the Strip, between the Flamingo and Linq Casino/Hotels. The Linq Promenade eating and retail district is there as you speed through the air. To put it another way, avoid doing this if you are very drunk.
A 112-foot tower sits above the Linq Promenade at the foot of the Strip walkway. The Strip may be seen well from this vantage point.
At 35mph, you’ll be soaring toward the High Roller Observation Wheel from there. The ride has a total length of 1,121 feet.
According to Caesars, a maximum of 10 riders may be released at once.
Ticket Prices and Hours of Operation 2022
The cost of a Fly Linq Ticket fluctuates according to demand, but it typically begins at $40 before fees.
After all expenses, a pair may ride for $92 if they purchase their tickets online for $40. When purchasing a single ticket for $40, the total cost is $47.50 after fees. If you wish to buy will-call tickets from the Linq, you’ll have to pay $6.
Monday & Thursday – Sunday (2 PM to 10 PM)
You may also get reduced ride tickets for $34 through Vegas.com, an approved ticket vendor.
You may also buy tickets at Linq’s ticket booths in person. You may use these tickets whenever the FlyLinq is operational. Rides were formerly scheduled at certain times, and costs were determined by that time of day.
There were no restrictions on when the ride was available, and riders may start riding as early as 7 a.m. every day. Again, we anticipate these hours to return, and we’ll make the appropriate changes to this post when they do.
Superhero and sitting style
Please be aware that just the seated riding type is available.
Sitting while gripping the bar above you or laying down flat, arms outstretched like Superman, were two options for riding before the Covid shutdown. Prices for the Superman-style were $10 more.
In April 2019, a new feature was introduced that allowed riders to go backward. For the same fee, you can ride face-forward.
This page will be updated as soon as Superman-style riding makes a comeback.
Flier’s Guide to FlyLinq
Inside the Linq Hotel & Casino, you’ll take an elevator only a few feet from the Linq Promenade on the Strip. This will be your first stop.
Fly Linq riders will be weighed and given instructions before fitting for their harnesses and signing waivers.
The ride begins at the top of a tower on the Strip and concludes on an elevated platform at the foot of the High Roller, which you’ll reach by ascending a flight of steps. Photographs shot by Linq’s professional photographer may be purchased for a steep price when you stand in front of the green screen.
The phone number for Fly Linq
The number is (702) 777-2782.
The Fly Linq Zipline has a weight restriction of 300 pounds.
A rider’s weight ranges from 60 to 300 pounds.
How long is the ride on the Fly Linq?
It takes 35 to 45 seconds for a plane to fly from takeoff to landing.
What is the Fly Linq Zipline’s height?
At 114 feet, you begin your descent to the 54-foot landing pad at the base of the High Roller.
How long is the Zip Linq?
Each of the Fly Linq’s 10 ziplines is 1,121 feet in length.
What are the minimum and maximum height requirements to ride the Fly Linq?
A rider must be at least three feet four inches tall to ride. The zipline can accommodate riders up to 6 feet and 8 inches.
The Fly Linq Zipline: Additional Details
- It’s been a few years since Fremont Street’s Slotzilla Zipline opened, but the Fly Linq is the Strip’s first zip line.
- To put things in perspective, the Fly Linq is a hair longer than Slotzilla. The construction cost a whopping $20 million.
- Ziplining in Las Vegas is limited to three lines. At least two are available at Caesars Entertainment properties. Apart from the Linq, the city of Las Vegas also has another zipline. There is also a high-aerial attraction for thrill-seekers at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino, just off the Strip.
- A business named “Xventure” created the zipline. Xventure “specializes in high-capacity adventure rides placed in ideal metropolitan areas,” according to Caesar’s news statement.
- Why not drive to Fly Linq? Linq Promenade Parking Charges provides up-to-date parking rates and a parking map.
- When it first opened, the ride was open until 2 a.m. on weekends until March of 2019 (when it closed). Officials, Onhand, adjusted the Official’s closing time to 1 a.m., right after the doors opened.