The zip line on the Nu River is not far from the Liuku Bathhouse. It was originally the most convenient and efficient way for ethnic minorities to cross the Nu River. There are two lines, one up and down, and the trip and the back are separated. It takes a few minutes to reach the destination on the opposite bank. Zip like a local, crossing the Nu River, fun and exciting, worth a try...
There are more ziplines like this in Nujiang, Yunnan. There are more than ten places along the way from Liuku to Bingzhongluo. In the past, the people of Nujiang used this zipline when they crossed the bridge to the opposite side. They would also bring cattle, sheep, and other livestock. There are no safety measures on the body, unlike the current commercial charging system that has become a form of entertainment.
Built on a cliff, the two banks are cliffs, and below are the rolling waters of the Nu River
It used to be an important way for residents on both sides of the Nu River to travel, but now it has become a tourism project that challenges your guts.
The people of the Lisu and Nu ethnic groups who live here make use of their wits and talents, using bamboo strips to weave long strips and erect them over the Nu River, and then use oak wood to make slides and hang ziplines to send people to the opposite shore. The zipline can not only pass people, some can even pass cows and horses, which is very exciting.
Preston_Dominguez: Gongshan Dulong Nu Autonomous County, Nujiang Dong Autonomous Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Salween River Zipline,Yuege Christian Church Gospel Hall