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9 Extreme Places To Go Ziplining In The Maritimes

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9 Extreme Places To Go Ziplining In The Maritimes

If you're looking for the perfect way to take leaps and step outside of your comfort zone, why not give ziplining a try!? Not only is it super safe, but it's also the perfect way to be adventurous this summer!

Around the Maritimes, there are many options for you can take this leap and go on an incredible adventure! If ziplining isn't your cup of tea, some of these places also have other high ropes courses and obstacles for you to try!  

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OnTree Fun & Adventure Park

Windsor, Nova Scotia

Not only does OnTree have a wicked tree top zip line, they also have multiple high ropes courses to bring out your adventurous side.

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Anchors Above Zipline

French River, Nova Scotia

With two massive zip lines, The Monster Line being 240 feet high and 1100 feet long and their Second Line that's 10 stories high and 900 feet long, you'll definitely get an adrenaline rush from these zip lines.

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Upper Clements Tree Topper Adventure Park

Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

Upper Clements is not only an amusement park but is also has an awesome Adventure Park! One of their attractions, known as the 'Orange' course, that has 3 zip lines with the length of 1060 feet!

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Mountain Pine Adventures

Cabot Trail, Cape Breton

A new addition to the Cabot Trail this year, Mountain Pine Adventures is an awesome way to experience the beauty of Cape Breton!

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Rise and Climb Adventure Course

Cornwall, Prince Edward Island

To try out their tandem zip lines, you start by climbing across one of their high rope bridges and then zip 30 feet above the ground!

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Cape Enrage

Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

This is the perfect way to experience one of the Maritimes amazing landmarks. From the zip line at Cape Enrage, take in the beauty of the Bay of Fundy!

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Saint John Adventure

Saint John, New Brunswick

With their five zip lines running over The Reversing Falls, this will be an adventure you would not want to miss out on!

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Open Sky Adventures

Grand Falls, New Brunswick

Climbing ladders and trees to get to your zip lining experience, you wouldn't want to miss views like these!

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Moncton, New Brunswick

With different courses for participants with different experience levels, Tree Go is a great place to spend a day of adventuring!

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