At 7,590 feet long, a zipline in Puerto Rico has been confirmed as the longest by the Guinness World Records as the world's longest.

By Jordi Lippe and Jordi Lippe-McGraw
March 04, 2016
El Monstroo

Guinness World Records has officially named the Toro Verde Adventure Park, in Orocovis, Puerto Rico, as home to the world’s longest zip line.

The new thrill ride measures approximately 7,234 feet long and stretches 1,200 feet above the ground. Its name? “The Monster.”

El Monstroo

And if the promise of incredible forest views and the ability to feel like a bird is not enough to tempt visitors, Toro Verde is also using the buzz around “The Monster” as an opportunity to donate to the Ricky Martin Foundation, which fights against human trafficking, every time someone uses the ride.

All in all, it seems like just the thing to top the list of world's coolest ziplines.