Want to experience some high-flying fun and don't mind heights? A new attraction at Lake Tahoe may be something you want to check out.
The Treetop Adventure Park at Grandlibakken Resort in Tahoe City let adults ride on zip lines and across rope ladders - anywhere from 10 to 50 feet off the ground.
It's actually an idea that was imported from Europe - and this is the only adventure park in California so far.
Visitors say the heights are scary at first, but once you get used to it it's a blast.
"You have to be confident because this is holding you all the time and once you know it it's ok you just have fun you let go," says French citizen Amandine Bouab.
The owners say the adventure park is perfect for the Tahoe area because it plays into the region's active lifestyle.
"People want to go mountain biking, they want to do activities like this. I've lived here 25 years now and my kids are very active. Kids have so much energy. They just want to get dirty and do zip lines and walk across this fun stuff," says Jesse Desens.
The demand has been extremely high since they opened last month so if you want to go it's best to make a reservation.
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