Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas: A Thrilling Experience on The Strip

Fly LINQ

Fly LINQ Zipline is the only zipline on The Strip in Las Vegas. It’s a must-do for any thrill-seekers visiting Las Vegas. Fly LINQ starts 12 stories above and zips riders across the length of The LINQ Promenade, descending about seven stories to the base of the High Roller.

Fly LINQ Rating

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Pros & Cons

We Like
  • The only zipline on The Strip
  • Fly through the air at speeds up to 35 MPH
We Don’t Like
  • Ticket prices are expensive
  • The ride is short–only lasts 30-45 seconds

Fly LINQ Zipline Guide

Fly LINQ is a zipline that starts 12 stories above The Strip and zips riders over 1,100 feet across the length of The LINQ Promenade, descending about seven stories to the base of the High Roller. It’s a short ride–but it sure is fun!

How much are Fly LINQ tickets?
Tickets for Fly LINQ start at $30.

Where is Fly LINQ?
It’s located at The LINQ Resort & Casino at 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.

When is Fly LINQ open?
Fly LINQ is open Thursday -Monday from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

Fly LINQ parking info:
If you plan on driving to Fly LINQ, you have multiple parking options. At the base of the High Roller, you will find The LINQ Promenade valet. Prices vary depending on the time and day. You can also find paid self parking at The LINQ ($12-$15) and Flamingo ($12-$15).

Additional info: Riders must weigh between 60 and 300 pounds (27 and 136 kg). They must be at least 3’4″ tall and not more than 6’8″ tall. Young riders 12 years old and under must be accompanied by a ticketed rider 13 years old or older. Riders under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign the Fly LINQ waiver of liability.

The LINQ Las Vegas
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Fly LINQ Review

Fly LINQ on The LINQ Promenade is the only zipline on The Strip in Las Vegas.

The exhilarating ride is a must-do for any thrill-seekers visiting Las Vegas. Unleash your adrenaline and soar up to 35 mph through the Las Vegas skyline.

Fly LINQ gives riders a totally different experience than Slotzilla at the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas. Both have their pros and cons, but neither will disappoint the thrill-seekers in your group.

Once your ride is over, you can hop on the High Roller or grab a bite to eat from one of the incredible restaurants on The LINQ Promenade.

Fly LINQ starts 12 stories above The Strip and zips riders over 1,100 feet across the length of The LINQ Promenade, descending about seven stories to the base of the High Roller.

Fly LINQ can have up to ten riders side-by-side at a time. Plenty of space for you and all your friends.

There are two ways to ride Fly LINQ. You can ride seated for an electrifying experience, or you can ride the adrenaline-pumping Superhero style where you fly through the sky like Superman.

The ride lasts about 35-45 seconds, depending on the rider’s weight and style of the ride.