Adrenaline Adventures offers unique fun for pleasure seekers
With the ocean as their backdrop, brave souls strap on harnesses, hard hats and other safety gear to slide across zip wires for an extraordinary experience in the air.
Located on the former site of the Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park, Adrenaline Adventures allows thrill seekers to slide 600 feet from tower to tower, up to 40 mph, in a supercharged, jaw-dropping excursion that really works out the lungs.
The exciting escapade, however, doesn’t stop there.
Once the riders have zipped 600 feet from tower to tower, they eventually complete their mindboggling trip with a nerve-racking free-fall from a 60-foot tall tower.
Visitors of the Island Vista Oceanfront Resort shouldn’t feel bad if they get squeamish about such fun. This is not the kind of thing all stomachs can stand – some of us are just not made to walk on the wild side for fun. Yet, if it is thrills you seek, you should certainly be most satisfied with this attraction because it has the stuff to reel you in.
Your heart will race and your voice will scream at top decibels while participating in the high-flying thrills of Adrenaline Adventures.
If you go:
What: Adrenaline Adventures
Where: 321 9th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29577
When: Days and hours vary. Call for current hours of operation.
Cost: The price is $25 for the zipline, and $25 for the Free-Fall Express.
Information: Call 843-839-9477 or visit http://mbziplines.com/
Directions from Island Vista Oceanfront Resort (to the 9th Ave. N. location in Myrtle Beach): Start going northeast on North Ocean Boulevard/S.C. 73 toward Highland Way. Take the first left onto Highland Way. Turn right onto North Highland Way. Take the first right onto North Kings Highway/U.S. 17 Business N. Turn right onto 11th Ave. South. Turn left onto Hillside Drive South. Take the second left onto 9th Ave. S. Adrenaline Adventures is on the left.
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