Caesars Entertainment announced today that they're building a new attraction that lets guests zip line over the Las Vegas Strip.
The $20 million project, called Fly LINQ, will feature ten side-by-side zip lines that launch 122-feet above the ground at the LINQ Promenade. Riders can choose to fly in a "superman" or seated position.
After launching, guests will travel 1,080 feet and disembark near the base of the High Roller observation wheel. From there they can opt to purchase mid-air photos or standing photos while dressed in flight gear.
The project is slated to begin construction around spring 2018. Fly LINQ is being developed by Xventure LV, along with Themed Development Management. TDM helped build the High Roller.