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Slacklining in Parbat Nepal

Balance on a slackline above the deepest gorge of the world, Kali Gandaki River perfect for the adrenaline junkies.

Best Season Best Season March to May and September to November
Trip Duration Trip Duration 5 Days & 4 Nights
Trip Difficulty Trip Difficulty Medium
Accomodation Accomodation Hotels and resorts
 Max. Elevation Max. Elevation 1,294m ( 4,245ft)

Trip Highlights

  • The deepest gorge in the world, Kali Gandaki Gorge.
  • The second highest bungee jump in the world, the Kushma Bungee, which scales a height of 228 meters.
  • Kushma Swing, the world’s highest swing, is 228 meters in height.
  • The world’s longest (300 meters) and the highest (255 meters) Kushma Sky Cycling.
  • Kushma Sky Cafe, the world’s highest cafe with a stunning view of the Kali Gandaki Gorge.
  • Kali Gandaki River Rafting.
  • Baglung Parbat Foot Suspension Bridge which is 567 meters long.
  • 300 years old Heritage Home “Shatabdi Ghar”.


Slacklining Trip in Parbat Nepal is a 5-day adventure for all slacklining and outdoor lovers. This adventurous trip includes travel to Kathmandu as well as two more popular locations, Pokhara and Kushma. The daring slackliners from Nepal, Rajan Bhusal and Rajan Bhattarai, have just brought slacklining to the Parbat district. This was the first attempt by them in the Parbat district and proved that it is possible to do the Highline over the Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest gorge in the world. You won’t experience any other kind of exhilaration and won’t forget this life-changing adventure

Additionally, Kushma Bungee Jump and Swing are other authentic adventures that add to this incredible trip.  Discover adventure from new heights and experience an adrenaline pump unlike anything else on Earth, via the Kushma’s second-highest bungee and the highest swing (228m) in the world. The Cliff Nepal, sometimes referred to locally as the Kushma Bungee, is a feature of the western Nepali district of Kushma, Parbat. You can fly to Pokhara and then drive for two hours to get to Kushma from Kathmandu, which is around 260 kilometers (7 to 8 hours). The Cliff Nepal is a synonym for the adventure with a package of adventure activities. A stay at The Cliff for the night is included in this package. With excellent all-around views of the Kaligandaki River, Mount Dhaulagiri, and the surrounding undulating hills, the resort is serene.

The longest and highest Sky cycling (300 m) adventure in the world is another thrilling adventure. Furthermore, enjoy a delicious meal amidst the breathtaking view of the Kali Gandaki Gorge with your loved ones in the Sky Café, the highest cafe in the world. Alongside you, see the folks having a good time sky cycling, bungy jumping, and swing jumping off the bridge.

Beside this, just next to the Cliff Nepal is the Harness Zipline which offers the world’s second-highest Superman Zipline (300m). Fly like a superman and traverse through the Kali Gandaki River at the speed of 130 km/h. Experience adventure and comfort together in the first-ever igloo rooms in Nepal, and stay in luxury. Your amazing getaway is waiting for you!


  • Day 1: Fly to Pokhara and drive to Kushma

  • Day 2: Slacklining

  • Day 3: Slacklining

  • Day 4: Enjoy the adventure activities and embark on superman zipline for the overnight stay at Harness Zipline Resort.

  • Day 5: Drive to Pokhara, sightseeing and fly to Kathmandu.


  • What is slacklining?

    Slacklining is a relatively new adventurous activity that includes walking and balancing on 2 to 5-centimeter wide flat webbing that is tensioned in two anchors, especially the trees. It is an art and an excellent exercise for body control, balance training, recreation, and a moving meditation.  It was originated by the Yosemite National Park rock climbing community.

  • What are the types of slacklining?

    The most common types of slacklines are trick lining, water lining, high lining, yoga lining, long lining, and rodeo lining.

  • How much weight a slackline hold?

    A slackline can hold weight up to 300 lbs (137 kgs).

  • How safe is slacklining?

    Slacklining is a thrilling outdoor activity so there are always some sort of dangers. These dangers may be the risk of falling, injury, equipment failure, skin cuts and scrapes, broken bones, and groin injuries.

    Despite the risks, if you use the proper safety gear and some caution, it is always too safe to do the slacklining for exercise and having fun.

  • What is the highest slackline?

    The highest slackline walk is 1,901 m (6,236 ft) by Rafael Zugno Bridi


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