Zip line you can see the wonderful landscapes that would be very difficult to see from the ground.
A zip line consists of a pulley suspended by wires mounted on a decline or incline. They are designed to be promoted by gravity and can slide from the top to the bottom by a cable, usually stainless steel cables.
Colombia has wonderful to practice this sport because of its geography and its beautiful scenery sites. Mountains filled areas that allow easy exit platform settle and another back.
|Cundinamarca Department||1.- Tobia municipality in which this one delos highest canopy and throughout South America. 2.- 30 minutes from Bogota in the Alto del Vino via la Vega|
|Valle del Cauca Department||Santa Elena – Cerrito|
|Santader Department||1.- Km. 4 of Mesa de Ruitoque. 2.- La Mesa de los Santos|
|Quindio Department||1.- Canopy Los Caracolies, Montenegro|
|Amazonas Department||1.- Reserva Tanimboca – Amazonas. 2.- Reserva Natural Omagua – Amazonas 3.- Parque Nacional Amacayacu.|
|Antioquia Department||1.- San Félix, 40 minutes of Medellin.|
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