Reaching speeds up to 87 mph virtually flying on the world's longest zip line has got to be a rush. The longest zip wire is Jebel Jais Flight, measuring a single unbroken span of 2,831.88 m (9,290 ft 11 in), achieved by Toro Verde and Ras al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (both United Arab Emirates), it is located at Jebel Jais, in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, and was opened in January 2018. In the USA The New York Zipline Adventure Tour at Hunter Mountain is the highest, fastest, and longest zipline canopy tour in North America and the second largest zipline in the world. The SkyRider Tour is the second longest zipline in the world, soaring 600 feet above the ground with crisscrossing twin ziplines. Soar for 4.6 miles through the Catskills, from mountain peak to mountain peak and back again, reaching speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. Learn the necessary skills required to take the tour at Zipline Pilot Training School. The SkyRider Tour lasts three hours. Each participant is attached to the course by a secure harness.