The largest zip line in France is at La Colmiane

If you dream of flying, near the campsite Les Templiers, the Tyrolean traverse of La Colmiane is waiting for you to offer you strong sensations.

It is the largest zip line in France, and also one of the largest in Europe.

 

Extraordinary sensations

Winter and summer alike, the resort of La Colmiane offers a giant zip line, allowing you to fly over the ski area, in complete safety, at a maximum speed of 130 km/hour.

With a total length of 2,663 meters, this zip line is composed of two sections:

- Section 1, between the arrival of the Pic chairlift and an intermediate platform installed on the north-western slope of the Petit Conquet: 1879 m

- Section 2, between the intermediate platform and the station: 784 m

The departure is given at an altitude of 1,776 meters (105 m maximum overflight height*) and the arrival at 1,849 meters, a total altitude difference of nearly 300 meters.
An average slope of 13.5% for section 1, and 6.5% for section 2.
An average descent time of 1 minute 49 seconds with an average speed of 120 km/h on the first section.
Possibility to perform the descent alone or in duo, in a lying position.

 

How to book ?

Contact the SEM Cîmes du Mercantour station of La Colmiane, to book your descent.
Phone : 06.85.72.62.47

servicetyrolienne@orange.fr

 

For any further information:

Tourist Office Valdeblore La Colmiane

Phone : 04.93.23.25.90

 

https://www.departement06.fr/bons-plans/la-tyrolienne-de-la-colmiane-10156.html

 

 

 

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