A flying fox , also know as a zip line in present day adventure days is a common method of transport used by the local tirthan folk to cross the river. However with us it becomes as a means of a soft adventure activity. The wire usually made of stainless steel, supports a bucket mounted on an incline in which the adventurer sits. It is designed to enable a user - propelled by gravity - to travel from the top to the middle and then pulled by a person on other side. Tourists should not attempt using the flying fox alone or without any local support!