TUCSON, AZ — If climbing the steps up to a zip line wasn't enough of a mental challenge, a Tucson attraction has attempted to up the ante.
Old Tucson, the historic Western attraction that once served as the set for Western movies, recently opened Outlaw Zipline, a 25-foot tall, 350-foot long zip line equipped with seven electronic targets that riders have to try and hit with a laser gun.
Each target earns a certain amount of points. There is a TV monitor at the end of the run for riders to check their scores, according to a news release.
Riders can go on the zip line individually, as a family, or with his or her dog. Apparently, they have a harness that allows dogs to zip line, too.
Megan Litwicki, marketing coordinator for Old Tucson, said in an email that the attraction took two months to construct.
The cost is $20 for one ride, $45 for three rides, and $100 for 10 rides. That is in addition to Old Tucson's general admission cost, which is $11-$20 per person.
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