Riding the Voodoo Zipline above the rooftops of Las Vegas was a great idea when I was on the ground, writes Graham Woodward.

However, when I was 490 feet above terra firma and it was my turn to fly through the air at 33mph it did not seem so clever.

My wife was already strapped in the two seater dangling thing which would be home for my hair raising ride and which my life would depend on.

I was trying to think of an excuse not to join her when the over enthusiastic ride operator basically asked if I was scared - so not one to let my country down and to stop my wife and the gaggle of schoolgirls behind me laughing at me I jumped in.

And I am so glad I got over my nerves because flying through the sky with a birds eye view of the strip and the Nevada mountains was an incredible adrenaline rush and one I wanted to repeat immediately.

In fact as my Las Vegas Power Pass had over 30 attractions to choose from and was valid for a day I wish the whole of the city had zip wires rigged up so I could get more than my money's worth.

As it is, the only zipline is between the two towers of the Rio Las Vegas, at 50 floors up at the Masquerade Tower. Las Vegas' skyline is a unique neon infested landscape of giant toy-like structures unique to this adult's playground.

Las Vegas welcomes millions of visitors every month and the Power Pass is a great to see a lot of the attractions.

However, a word of warning, you need to plan your trip like a perennial chief bridesmaid in charge of her umpteenth hen party to get your money's worth.

It is best to look at a map and how long you will be at each attraction.

For instance the Grand Canyon West Legacy Tour is included on the pass, this is an incredible day out but it is pretty hard to do anything else but that on one day.

I'm guessing the same would go for the Hoover Dam Motor Coach Tour, where you can visit one of the world’s most iconic man-made structures, and is included on the pass too.

What is great about the pass is not having to queue for tickets, we managed to quickly get on to the rollercoaster at NY NY which we would not have had time to do if we had to wait in line.

The pass also includes bus tickets around the town which is helpful and money-off vouchers for lots of places to eat, and again if you have studied a map beforehand this can really make the pass work.

A one day Las Vegas Power Pass costs $84.99 and is definitely worth the money if you are an organised type of traveler.

For more information visit www.lasvegaspass.com