East County News Service
August 27, 2015 (La Jolla Indian Reservation)—On September 3rd, the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians will celebrate the Grand Opening of California’s longest Zipline course, soaring above oak canopies with views of Pauma Valley and Mount Palomar.
Thrill-seekers can choose from four zipline courses ranging from 300 feet to over 2,500 feet in length, traveling at speeds up to 55 miles per hour. There are even parallel lines – side by side so you can share your adventure and enjoy spectacular views of Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, and the La Jolla Indian Reservation.
Visitors are invited to “escape the concrete jungle to enjoy oak forests.” The cost is $99 for the Zip Zoom ride, or $75 for guests at the La Jolla Indian campground. There is a $15 guest parking fee, which includes day use of the campground.
The reservation is located about an hour and a half northeast of San Diego. To get there, take I-15 north from San Diego to exit 46, follow State Route 76 east 24 miles to Campground Road on your right.
Note: The La Jolla Indians’ website states that safety is a priority, however all zip line riders must sign a waiver of liability and an agreement to resolve any disputes through tribal court.
To view photos, a video, and read more about the new Zip Zoom Zipline, you can visit http://www.lajollazipzoom.com/.