You could soon be zipping over the highest point in the City of Vancouver if park board commissioners approve a proposal to build a 190 meter zip-line at the Queen Elizabeth Park.
Chair John Coupar says it would be a temporary pilot project launched this summer.
“I think people will have some fun, and I think it will encourage people to go up to Queen Elizabeth park and see all of the other things they can do there.”
Riders would be charged ten to fifteen dollars.
It could rake in up to 400-thousand dollars in revenue for the park board.
Commissioners will review the proposal next Monday.