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WATER WIZZ, 3031 Cranberry Highway, East Wareham, MA | 508.295.3255 | waterwizz.com | There are two slides here, but one is clearly better. Come on, don't be a coward, you know which one to pick. The enclosed dark one, of course! You can't see anything as you whip around in random directions with unforeseen drops. The open-air one is cool, too, but it lacks the element of surprise.


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BROMLEY, 3984 Vermont Route 11, Peru, VT | 802.824.5522 | bromley.com | So the scenic chair ride at Attitash was a cool way to relax and appreciate the beauty of summer. This is similar, except it's really fucking fast. At five stories high, half a mile long, and travelling speeds of 50 mph, this is the biggest zip line in New England. It was so successful with customers that they had to add another half-million-dollar line to satisfy everyone.

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