The Ultimate Guide to Zip Lining in Hawaii

The Ultimate Guide to Zip Lining in Hawaii
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Ultimate Guide to Hawaii

I’ve been zip lining a bunch of times, but I’ve got to say, CLIMB Works Keana Farms takes the cake. 

There were a total of eight zip lines, ranging from low to the ground and short to long as hell and high up in the air. How was this going to take three whole hours, though?

CLIMB Works Keana Farms

…oh, there were surprises in store.

One great thing about CLIMB Works Keana Farms was that each zip line was dual – so two people could go at once, which the couples and friends adored. 

CLIMB Works Keana Farms

Then there was the fact that instead of using gloves to slow yourself down when arriving at the platform, we hung on to handle bars and there was a break the guides used to slow us down, so we barely needed to worry about anything but enjoying the scenery as we soared above it.

CLIMB Works Keana Farms is actually over a working farm, paired with amazing ocean views. We even got to taste fresh cherry tomatoes and apple bananas from the farm!

CLIMB Works Keana Farms

There were a few surprises in store for us too – from repelling down a couple platforms to pulling ourselves up a rope to get up to a platform, it was definitely unique. I’m not going to lie, pulling myself up was easy at first and then my weak upper body got exhausted. I still made it, but rest assured, the guides were there to help if you just couldn’t do it.

CLIMB Works Keana Farms

By the end of it my friends had faced their fear of heights and had an amazing time with our great guides who covered everything. We even got to go backwards on one line and upside down on another! I’d never been allowed to do this at another zip lining place so it was absolutely awesome.

Overall I highly recommends visiting CLIMB Works Keana Farms on your next visit to Hawaii – if you’re going to zip line anywhere, definitely do it here!

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