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CAIRO - 25 September 2017: Many times you have seen people propelled by gravity from the top of a mountain to the bottom on inclined cables. Zip lining is often done in mountains or through jungles, especially in Costa Rica and across the African continent.
Photo 1: Climbing the mountain
Photo 2: Flying down the mountain
Today it is possible to experience zip lining yourself and a host of other rope sports in Al Mokattam district around an old church carved inside Mokattam Mountain. The man running these rope games is Mario, a Canadian man who moved to Egypt 25 years ago.
High ropes are ropes of three levels, from the highest to lowest, embedded into the mountain. The space itself is ideal for photography and to enjoy fun physical activities with your friends.
First-timers should start with the lowest ropes, where tickets cost LE 20 ($1.13).
photo 8 : Flying down the mountain
If you are braver, the high ropes provide a breathtaking view of the mountains for the same cost.
photo 3: High ropes tied to Al-Mokatam
photo 4 : People playing zip line in Egypt
The highlight of the day of course is the zip line down the mountain from its highest peak. The zip line will fly you through the air until you arrive safely at the park below. Tickets cost LE 50.
photo 5 : Climbing the mountain
Photo 6 : Youth walking from the one side to other over of the mountain
If you want to see Cairo from a bird’s eye view, put on your sportswear and go on an unforgettable experience.
Photo 7 : Doing low rope game