Ziptrek adventure

Have you seen the list? Have you seen that number 1 is crossed? Well, this is because we did that :happy:
We went to Eagle Tour (of course πŸ˜› ) which contains 5 ziplines, one of them so steep and long that you reach almost 100kmph :eyes: We even tried to go up-side-down but I think next time we'll have more success :whistle: Because there will be next time!!! :yes:
Album with first 9 photos is here:

You have a unique opportunity to see me flying here. Click here to see the rest of them πŸ˜€

http://www.ziptrek.com/whistler-canada

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72 Responses to Ziptrek adventure

  1. sanshan says:

    Yes, it will happen again. πŸ˜€

  2. claudeb says:

    This is nuts. The good kind of nuts, but still nuts. :PGlad you had fun.

  3. gdare says:

    San :heart:Felix, that was my first thought. But then again, I was the first to go down the first zipline. It was fun :happy:

  4. qlue says:

    It's kinda like been ten years old again isn't it? :hat: .

  5. Spaggyj says:

    πŸ˜† Looks like you had a blast. Soo not for me πŸ˜†

  6. Cois says:

    that looks so awesome.. :eyes: unfortunately I could never do that'. :awww:

  7. gdare says:

    Aadil, ten, twelve… it doesn't matter, we will do that again :DKimmie, a blast of adrenaline, yes :DClint, why? You have a fear of high altitude?

  8. spooksister says:

    It is an amazing experience and not really that scary because unlike bungee jumping, you never have that weightless feeling. I always think it is over too soon πŸ˜€

  9. MirabelaTM says:

    Great! Exciting :up: I think I would try that too πŸ™‚

  10. gdare says:

    Sal, me too. It would be fan to go down one that lasts few minutes. Even then it would feel too short :DMira, I have no doubt 😎

  11. Cois says:

    Dark.. Yup.. My most crippling fear is heights.. :insane:.Don't get me wrong. I'd LOVE to do it but but anything above 2 storeys.. No.. :awww:

  12. Cois says:

    Dark.. Yup.. My most crippling fear is heights.. :insane:.Don't get me wrong. I'd LOVE to do it but but anything above 2 storeys.. No.. :awww:

  13. raniakasim says:

    so u spent exciting times ,wish every thing good for both of u .

  14. gdare says:

    Clint, I was thinking I would be.. say uncomfortable because of the heights but it was quite exciting from the very beginning :yes:Rania, thanks πŸ˜€

  15. Cois says:

    thing is it's not the heights that bother me as I've been on The Big Wheel at the fair but only after I deemed it as "safe" as it didn't throw me off and break my my head in two on the first go.So if I feel safe and have no doubts about that safety I'd give it a go…But till then I'll leave all the ziplining to you youngens.. :psmurf:

  16. gdare says:

    I felt very safe there. You know, there is a certain procedure those two Australian guys were following before and after every line and they never had any accident so far.

  17. SittingFox says:

    It looks absolutely amazing but I couldn't do it either. Heights and I don't get on too well and this would probably put a few years on me :insane:

  18. gdare says:

    I bet you are less afraid of bears and cougars πŸ˜†

  19. SittingFox says:

    But I understand them… :right: Oh, I don't know. If I end up in Whistlers at any point, I might try this. Or I might not πŸ™„

  20. gdare says:

    πŸ™„ πŸ˜†

  21. Suntana says:

    Sooo … what slows down and safely STOPS that thing before you SPLAT into whatever is holding the cable at the other end? And what if that thing fails? :insane: Is there a secondary safety measure in case whatever is supposed to stop you fails?

  22. Cois says:

    Now you see the reason I'm not trying that? :insane:

  23. Mickeyjoe-Irl says:

    49 to go. Are you going to do all of them too Darko?

  24. sanshan says:

    There is a guide working a brake and safety system to slow you down on the other side. It also slopes upward at the end to slow you. It will not fail. No what ifs, they are only in your head.

  25. sanshan says:

    Boring boring people…:rolleyes:

  26. Suntana says:

    Safety System … Right.I can imagine a wall and a pit of Nerf Balls to slow you down in case the brake fails.

  27. Cois says:

    and thus this was the last words of San.. :rip: :p

  28. qlue says:

    So Americans do it with foam balls? :sherlock: .

  29. gdare says:

    Carlos, San has already explained device that will stop you in time. One more thing, on the last zip line there was a net to stop you just in case but usually it is just a boring part, no one even comes close to to it :up:Clint, your Canadian relatives are much more brave than you are :PMick, well some of them for sure. I will witness the others :DSan, my brave :heart:Aadil,Originally posted by qlue:

    So Americans do it with foam balls?

    ???Anyway, I wouldn't know, we are in Canada πŸ˜›

  30. Suntana says:

    Originally posted by qlue:

    So Americans do it with foam balls?

    Nnnnggg, no, actually, as I had mentioned recently in Mags' Blog and you might have read it there … back in the 90s Championship years, the NFL Football Dallas Cowboys Coach Jimmy Johnson boldly, loudly and proudly exclaimed that he "Had some BRASS Ones!" So, no, Americans don't do it with Foam Balls.

  31. Cois says:

    i've got Canadian relatives? :left:.The chamber that I'd do it only went up by a few percent with things like braking systems but if there's foam balls then that percentage is nullified. :p.If I find myself in such a position I'd most probably maybe not do it.. :p

  32. qlue says:

    NFL is not known for it's intellectual content. :p .

  33. edwardpiercy says:

    Awesome! Great photos, too! :yes: :yes:

  34. gdare says:

    Thanks, Ed :cheers:

  35. Cois says:

    Dark.. Err.. No.. :p

  36. Cois says:

    Dark.. Err.. No.. :p

  37. L2D2 says:

    So, where are the skis? Do you snow ski and is that on your list?

  38. gdare says:

    Clint :PLinda, no I don't but San told me that I should try cross country skiing and that I would probably like it. We will see :left:

  39. Words says:

    Looks absolutely great, but nothing on this earth would get me to try it! πŸ˜†

  40. gdare says:

    But you could make excellent photographs there :whistle:

  41. Words says:

    Oh sure… with my eyes tight shut!

  42. studio41 says:

    Originally posted by gdare:

    San told me that I should try cross country skiing

    :D(Joe didn't like it. He rode the first hill on his behind and it didn't get much better after that. I believe that is the first and last time for him skiing, maybe we tried one more time. I believe he has forgiven me that mistake. :whistle: )

  43. studio41 says:

    do not see a shoutbox on your page and wanted to share a link I saw on wordpress- http://belgradestreets.wordpress.com/thought you might enjoy the photos.best wishes for yours and San's next adventure! πŸ˜€

  44. gdare says:

    Words :lol:Jill, I hope I will have more luck than Joe. Last time I tried to ski was 30 years ago and it was bad :insane:Thanks for link :up:

  45. sanshan says:

    You're going to love it. End of discussion.

  46. ellinidata says:

    you two are SOOOOOOO brave!:happy: for you both!PSDarko I am 100% behind Djokovich …AT 3:30am ET my alarm clock will ring again! The Australia Open belongs to the Serbs this year! :up:

  47. gdare says:

    :insane:

  48. gdare says:

    Thanks. After he beat Murray I hope he will beat Nadal too πŸ˜€

  49. studio41 says:

    Originally posted by sanshan:

    You're going to love it. End of discussion.

    :lol::up:

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