Flying Dutchman is the steepest zipline in the world. It is located in St. Maarten, a Caribbean island that is shared by France and the Netherlands. The zipline drops 1,050 feet in elevation over 2,800 feet of cable. This means the Flying Dutchman has a drop angle of 38 degrees, significantly steeper than other ziplines.

The Flying Dutchman is a thrilling experience that offers stunning island views. Riders are harnessed into a chair and launched down the mountain, reaching speeds of up to 55 miles per hour. The ride lasts for about 2 minutes and is sure to get your heart racing.

Here are some more details about the Flying Dutchman:

  • Height requirement: 52 inches
  • Weight limit: 250 pounds
  • Age requirement: 10 years old
  • Duration: 2 minutes
  • Speed: Up to 55 miles per hour
  • Drop angle: 38 degrees

The Flying Dutchman is a popular tourist attraction in St. Maarten. It is located at Rainforest Adventures, which is a nature park that also offers other activities, such as hiking, horseback riding, and ATV riding.

The Zipflyer at HighGrounds Adventure Park in Pokhara, Nepal was once the steepest zipline in the world (33 degrees), but it was surpassed by the Flying Dutchman in St. Maarten in 2018.

According to the Internet