9 Spots In Ontario Where You Can Finally Check Zip Lining Off Your Bucket List
Calling all thrill-seekers!
Slide into this adventure. If you’re looking for a place to get your thrills, then you need to check out these. From roaring waterfalls to lush forests, you can zip over so many gorgeous places in the province.
Anyone who’s addicted to adrenaline know’s there’s nothing quite like strapping in for an exhilarating zip from hundreds, sometimes thousands, of feet in the air.
Many zip lines can travel up to 70 kilometres an hour, but even at that speed, you can enjoy some truly breathtaking bird's-eye views of nature.
From conservation areas to parks and popular tourist hot spots, it seems like there’s a zip line in every town.
And if you can’t wait for these to open, you can always take afrom the comfort of your couch.
But, if it’s high time for you to start planning those future escapades, then take a peek at the list below.
Now, let’s glide in.
Wildplay Mistrider Zip Line
Price: Starting at $69.99
Address: 5920 Niagara Pkwy., Niagara Falls, ON
Why You Need To Go: You've seen the falls before, but have you ever seen them like this? If not, you simply have to.
Long Point Eco-Adventures
Address: 1730 Front Rd., St. Williams, ON
Why You Need To Go: Not only can you zip through lush forests, you can spend the whole weekend here camping in some of the
One Axe Pursuits
Address: 24 Henderson St., Elora, ON
Why You Need To Go: This place might be pricey, but their zip line is accessible and gives you some awe-inspiring views of the gorgeous Elora Gorge.
Thunderbird Twin Zip Line
Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., The Blue Mountains, ON
Why You Need To Go: After you zip around this place, you can explore scenic caves and walk across the longest suspension bridge in Southern Ontario.
Eagle Canyon Adventures
Price: $20 entry, $60 ride
Address: 275 Valley Rd., Dorion, ON
Why You Need To Go: Not only is this spot home to Canada's longest zip line, but also Canada's longest suspension bridge. Talk about an adventure dream!
Logos Land Resort
Address: 15906 Ontario Hwy. 17, Cobden, ON
Why You Need To Go: This exhilarating ride consists of three separate zip lines that, when added together, stand 3100 feet over Astrolabe Lake.
Treetop Eco-Adventure Park
Address: 53 Snow Ridge Ct., Oshawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: From zip lines to treetop obstacle courses and axe throwing, there are so many new adventures waiting for you here.
Address: 1278 Thousand Islands Pkwy., Mallorytown, ON
Why You Need To Go: Here, you can make your way through eight zip lines and various bridges to a stunning viewing platform. The journey takes about two hours in total.
Price: Prices vary
Address: Various locations, ON
Why You Need To Go: From Huntsville to Hamilton and many places in between, these trekking parks are popping up all over Ontario. If you want to soar over open water, we suggest the Brampton location.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.