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Exciting tourists have the chance to prove their nerves on a 377-foot-high zip line from the Eiffel Tower

Get an Eiffel from Paris! Exciting tourists can ride a new 377ft high zipwire from the Eiffel Tower – hit 55 mph during the one-minute dive

  • Exciting tourists can ride a 377-foot-high zipline from the Eiffel Tower
  • Video shows a number of adrenaline addicts jumping out of the landmark for a ride of 55 miles per hour
  • The 2600-meter ride runs across the Champ de Mars park to the Ecole Militaire
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Exciting tourists have the chance to prove their nerves on a 377-meter-high zipline of the Eiffel Tower.

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Video shows adrenaline addicts jumping from the world famous Paris of Paris and zooming in at 55 km / h over the Champ de Mars before they reach the Ecole Militaire.

Set up by the Perrier watermark, the frightening attraction is open in time for the start of the French Open and to celebrate the 130th year of the tower.

Exciting tourists have the chance to prove their nerves on a 377-foot-high zip line from the Eiffel Tower

Exciting tourists have the chance to prove their nerves on a 377-foot-high zip line from the Eiffel Tower

Jumping from the world famous Landmark, adrenaline junkies shoot down at 55 mph over Champ de Mars park before arriving at the Ecole Militaire - trying to take over the landscape

Jumping from the world famous Landmark, adrenaline junkies shoot down at 55 mph over Champ de Mars park before arriving at the Ecole Militaire - trying to take over the landscape

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Jumping from the world famous Landmark, adrenaline junkies shoot down at 55 mph over Champ de Mars park before arriving at the Ecole Militaire – trying to take over the landscape

Terrifying video shows riders who shoot at the zipline

Terrifying video shows riders who shoot at the zipline

A volunteer tests the 2600-foot descent

A volunteer tests the 2600-foot descent

Terrifying video shows riders descending along the zipline. (Pictured) A volunteer is testing the 2600 foot descent

Riders have the chance to enjoy a breathtaking view of Paris - including the tomb of Napoleon I as they descend - a ride that takes just 60 seconds

Riders have the chance to enjoy a breathtaking view of Paris - including the tomb of Napoleon I as they descend - a ride that takes just 60 seconds

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Riders have the chance to enjoy a breathtaking view of Paris – including the tomb of Napoleon I as they descend – a ride that takes just 60 seconds

Heartbreaking images show that volunteers jump out of the tower and shoot the 2600 meter long line.

While the volunteers cling to them during the one-minute dive, they are greeted with an unmistakable view of the Paris skyline – and can even see the top of the tomb of Napoleon I.

The daredevils are equipped with a harness, helmet and glasses for the descent.

Afterwards, a woman, still high in the breathtaking drop, said: & # 39; The descent is … you have the impression that it is going very fast, but it is right and you feel the wind …

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& # 39; You really have the time to enjoy and take in the view. & # 39;

The attraction, set up by the Perrier watermark, was opened in time for the French Open and to celebrate the 130th year of the tower

The attraction, set up by the Perrier watermark, was opened in time for the French Open and to celebrate the 130th year of the tower

The attraction, set up by the Perrier watermark, was opened in time for the French Open and to celebrate the 130th year of the tower

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For the chance to try out the zipline, thrill seekers must register via Instagram. Then Perrier randomly selects the lucky winners

A zipline was established here earlier in 2017, for only seven days, also to celebrate the French Open.

Branded the Perrier Smash, which is also the name of this year's attraction, it was intended to simulate the trajectory of a tennis shot, reports Lonely Planet.

Perrier Director of Communications, Francoise Bresson, said the 2017 attraction is a & # 39; once in a lifetime experience & # 39; used to be.

However, thrill seekers who want to make an attempt cannot buy tickets.

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Instead, they must sign up via Perrier's Instagram page for a free place. The lucky winners will then be selected until 2 June using a random draw.

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