Mexico isn’t short on places to adventure, or on places to get good views. But Adventureland Micos, an outdoor adventure park in Huasteca Potosina (in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi) takes both to another level with its unique zip line: the park’s skybike is the longest bicycle zip line in all of Latin America. Until recently, it was the longest in the world.

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Adventureland Micos, located in Huasteca Potosina, is a unique outdoor adventure park with plenty to do for high-adrenaline travelers. From zip lining to rappelling, hiking, and canoeing, this scenic getaway has activities for all ages and skill levels. The park boasts stunning panoramas of the Valley of the Huasteca Mountains as well as lush tropical forests, so there’s no shortage of picturesque views.

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To really kick your adventure up a notch, the bike zip line at Adventureland Micos is an absolute must-do. This thrilling excursion combines the best of both worlds — biking and zipping along high-up treetops — to create an unforgettable experience. The zip line is 262 feet above the canyon floor and runs for more than 700 feet.

Adventureland Micos provides everything needed for your bike zip line ride. Helmets, harnesses and bike rental are all included in the price of the ticket, and the staff will ensure you’re strictly following all safety procedures. Fortunately, balance skills aren’t required. While you do need to pedal, the bike’s tires and seat are attached to the zipline, so you can’t fall off (especially since you’re also harnessed to the line).

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paddling at adventureland, home of the skybikes in mexico

Other parks offer activities like paddling to a massive waterfall. Photo: Adventureland.Mx

Adventureland Micos is one of several outdoor adventure parks in Huasteca Potosina. There are three other parks, including the Xilitla Adventure Park, which has rope courses, mountain bike tracks, rappelling and more; Adventureland El Naranjo, which focuses on water-based adventures like waterfall jumping, rapelling, and kayaking; and Adventureland Huasca, which is reserved for teambuilding and group adventures. Adventureland Xilitla also has a skybike, but it’s more of a tricycle and is a little more stable and “safe” feeling.

Huasteca Potosina is a region in Mexico, just a few hours drive from the city of San Luis Potosi. It’s easily accessible from nearby cities and states like Monterrey, Queretaro, and Aguascalientes. The nearest airport is located in San Luis Potosi and there are bus companies that provide regular service to Huasteca Potosina.

There are two options for tickets to use the Skybike. The first is to buy the Adventureland Micos Silver Package, which includes the Skybike, the suspension bridge, and the regular ziplines. That package costs 1050 Mexican Pesos, or about $53 US. The second option is to buy the Orange Package, which includes just the ziplines and skybike, but not the suspension bridge. It’s 950 Pesos, or about $47 US.