- Zip World launches new Aero Explorer experience at Penrhyn Quarry site
- Riders will reach speeds of up to 30mph while being suspended over 35m in the air
- New attraction at former world’s largest slate quarry will launch in time for summer
UK-based adventure company Zip World has announced the launch of its latest exhilarating adventure, Aero Explorer, a spiral suspension track powered entirely by gravity.
Located at the Zip World Penrhyn Quarry site – already home to the fastest zip line in the world – Aero Explorer will provide adventurers with a unique new experience as they soar across the 400m track at speeds of up to 30mph.
Set to open to the public from Wednesday 26th May 2023, visitors will be suspended in the air via a harness attachment as they take in breath-taking views of what once was the world’s largest slate quarry.
Along its 400m long suspended track, Aero Explorer features two spiral turns that riders will experience as they descend the structures.
Harnessing nothing but the natural topography of the area, the ride itself will be completely powered by gravity, with riders descending to ground level within 3-5 minutes.
Aero Explorer marks the fifth adventure at the North Wales site, joining Velocity 2, Quarry Flyer, Quarry Karts, and the Penrhyn Quarry Tour and becomes Zip World’s 24th attraction.
Zip World Founder and president Sean Taylor said:
“The Zip World Penrhyn Quarry site will join the company’s four other Welsh locations and two in the North of England, with more attractions set to launch by the end of 2023.”
Tickets for Aero Explorer are now on sale via the Zip World website. Prices start at £22 for a single rider, and £70 for a group of four. Each ticket includes two rides.
Aero Explorer is designed to be suitable for all the family to enjoy, with the attraction open to children with a height of 1m and above.
Visit www.zipworld.co.uk/adventure/gravity-explorer for more information.