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There’s not much you can’t do in Vegas. Between gambling and getting married by Elvis and playing with construction equipment, it’s a city that deals in the wild and crazy. Sin City’s newest announced attraction may not be its weirdest, but it’s certainly bound to be pretty unforgettable.

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Caesars Entertainment Corporation has revealed plans for Fly LINQ, a zipline experience that soars over the Vegas Strip. The plan is to add a 122-foot-tall tower to the top of the LINQ Hotel & Casino, and visitors will fly across the famed Vegas entertainment district 1080 feet up, before disembarking at the base of the High Roller, the LINQ’s record-breaking, 550-foot-tall observation wheel. There will be 10 lines total, which is pretty wild in and of itself.

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Some cool, special little features that come with Fly LINQ include commemorative photos of you decked out in your flight gear available for purchase, the ability for riders to choose between a “superman” or seated position, and a special gear retrieval system designed to keep the queues moving quickly by returning gear to the launch tower via a special, automated line. And, let’s not forget the chance to get a bird’s eye view of the Strip from directly above it.

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