The Fly Linq zipline at the Linq Promenade and the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas will be reopening on the Las Vegas Strip on July 2.
Both attractions will remain open throughout the Fourth of July weekend and will be open Fridays through Sundays after that. They will be operating under health and safety protocols put in place companywide by their owner, Caesars Entertainment, which include increased sanitization practices and the mandatory wearing of masks by all employees and guests. In addition, Caesars is limiting elevator capacity to four people at a time for both attractions.
Developed by the team behind Vegas' High Roller, the world's tallest observation wheel, Fly Linq features 10 side-by-side ziplines, each 1,121 feet long. Riders launch from a height of 114 feet from a tower on the Strip side of the attraction, and, in either sitting or prone position, zip to the base of the High Roller.
The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas treats visitors to panoramic views of the city and its environs, with staff on hand to point out various Las Vegas landmarks from the 541-foot-tall tower.
Paris Las Vegas has also debuted a free tower light show, which takes place nightly on the half hour from dusk until midnight. The show features synchronized and choreographed twinkling and colored lights, including approximately 300 color-washing light fixtures and more than 800 white strobe lights on the tower's exterior.