FGL TV: Zip Ready? Zip Away!
Zipping – have you done it? Traveled treetop to treetop on a large cable wire, high above the valley, river or jungle below?
The latest episode of Feel Good Living TV highlights Zip Line Adventure Tours, a company founded and owned by Bradd Morse. (who also happens to be a very good friend of my husband.) The five-minute clip includes an interview with Bradd and a look at some of the zips on the mid-mountain tour at Hunter Mountain in the Catskill Mountains. This tour is perfect for families and beginners!
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If you watched the clip you’ll know that he is building two zipline tours at Hunter. The second will be the longest in North America with a first zip that is 3000 feet long and about 500 feet high. A hike to the top of Hunter Mountain allowed us to check out the starting zip (still under construction). Admittedly, I felt scared just looking at it!
Bradd also built and owns a zipline tour company in Montego Bay, Jamaica where the longest zip is 1600 feet across and about 300 feet high. Check out his Jamaica Zip Line adventure tour. Below is a short clip from our trip two years ago.
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Adventures like this are a true test of strength, fear, ability to take risks (calculated) and trust. I know it’s not for everyone, but if you are an adventure seeker, I highly recommend trying a zipline – where ever you may travel!
In the Catskills? Check out New York Zipline Adventure Tours at Hunter Mountain
In Jamaica? Check out Jamaica Zipline Adventure Tours in Montego Bay
In New Hampshire? Check out Alpine ZipLine Adventures in the White Mountains (Near Loon and Franconia Notch)
The above links are not affiliate links, nor do I get compensated for this post. I chose to highlight Bradd and his zipline because I think “zipping” is a feel good living activity that provides a big lesson in fear, trust and confidence building. We received a private tour because my husband and Bradd have been friends for close to thirty years!
Have you ever zipped or participated in another type of adventure seeking activity? What is your favorite? What’s on your list?