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The Skywheel is the Latest Attraction in Davao City

Unleash your inner hamster.
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Eden Nature Park and Resort in Davao City is bringing the zip line game to a whole new level with their latest attraction: The Skywheel

The Skywheel is a balanced metal wheel suspended 60 feet above the ground. It is designed to transport people to a distance of 200 meters by letting them walk on it like a giant hamster wheel But unlike a hamster wheel which is stationary, the Skywheel uses a human's weight and the force of walking to move. 

It costs P200 per person to get on the Skywheel, though you must weigh at least 50 kilos in order to turn the wheel. Trained operators will also be there to guide you, and all equipment is secure so there's nothing to worry about.

The attraction opened on May 28, the first of its kind in Mindanao. Eden Nature Park and Resort Davao is known for its extreme attractions, such as the Skyrider (a 20-meter high zip line), the  Skyswing (a swing ride suspended 95 feet from the ground), and the Skycycle (a bike on a 60-feet high cable with a distance of 200 meters).

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The Skywheel is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eden Nature Park and Resort is in Barangay Eden, Toril, Davao City. For more information, visit Eden Nature Park and Resort's website or their Facebook page.

This article originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by Esquiremag.ph editors

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