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During the days of early settles in Australia and New Zealand, too, they used Zipline to deliver foods, cigarettes, letters, other tools necessary for the work to others who were working on the other side of the river or the valley. These were used by the workers themselves to move about. At some times during the war, Zipline were sued to delivery ammunitions from the bases to the front line.

Today, Zipline are no longer crude equipment of transportation. They are accepted as one of the most commonly enjoyed outdoor sports worldwide, in countries such as Costa Rica, Hawaii, and Australia, to name a few.
Recently, Zipline are combined with hiking, challenge courses, nature expedition, or other outdoor activities, with
increasing popularity as “Exciting adventure programs
enjoyed in the nature” all over the world.