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  • noun Plural form of zipliner.

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Examples

  • By the middle of the tour, when it was time for the 300-metre-long zipline, the thrill of going about 60 km/h was reward enough but she also earned a round of applause from her fellow zipliners.

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  • We opted for the Ziptrek Bear Tour, recommended for families and first-time zipliners.

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  • Some zipliners shriek and yodel; the more blase pose for photos, arms flung out.

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  • Gravity takes zipliners whizzing down the cable that sinks in the middle: Momentum propels them up to the landing platform on the other side where another guide awaits to help them land.

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  • Some zipliners shriek and yodel; the more blase pose for photos, arms flung out.

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  • Gravity takes zipliners whizzing down the cable that sinks in the middle: Momentum propels them up to the landing platform on the other side where another guide awaits to help them land.

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  • Instead, from the moment it opened, I had to settle for second-hand reviews from lucky zipliners boasting of bird's eye views through remote areas of Mill Creek Canyon.

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  • feet - since zipliners hurtle along at up to 40 mph.

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  • feet - since zipliners hurtle along at up to 40 mph.

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