12 Thrilling Date Ideas In Ottawa For Those Who Love Adventure

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12 Thrilling Date Ideas In Ottawa For Those Who Love Adventure

Whether you've been with your bae for years or just a couple of weeks an adventurous date is sure to bring you together. Ottawa may seem boring and mundane, but there are places to go for those couples seeking some adventure. From ziplining to kayaking, Ottawa has quite a few options for those adrenaline junkies. 

If dinner and a movie sound like the epitome of boredom, then this list of 12 date ideas is sure to help you plan your date.

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Altitude Gym // 35 Boulevard Saint-Raymond

Rock climbing is so much fun & such a thrill! If you and your S.O. are seeking thrill and a solid workout this place is for you.

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Ottawa Biplane Adventures // 11 Aviation Parkway

See Ottawa from a different perspective in a vintage biplane. This is an adorable and adventurous date idea.

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Parachute GO Skydive // 1717 Rue Arthur-Fecteau

Nothing screams adrenaline junkie as much as skydiving does. You and your S.O. likely won't jump out together, but the shared experience together is sure to bond you.

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Calypso Theme Waterpark // 2015 Calypso St, Limoges

Convince each other to do the crazy rides at Calypso Theme Waterpark. There are many rides that will fit your adrenaline needs (especially the Aqua Loops).

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Great Canadian Bungee // Route 105 Wakefield

Another bucket list activity for all thrill seekers. Bungee jumping is exhilarating and terrifying all at the same time.

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Camp Fortune Ariel Tour // 300 Chemin Dunlop, Chelsea  

This ariel tour is a perfect way to ease into adrenaline before jumping off a plane! Climbing ladders, crossing bridges, and ziplining; this tour has it all.

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Wilderness Tours // 503 Rafting Rd

From white water rafting, bungee jumping, and kayaking, Wilderness Tours has many options! This is the perfect place to go on a hot summers day. You can go with bae and make new friends or take your entire family for an adventure.

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Arbraska Laflèche // 255 Route Principale, Val-des-Monts

Ziplining, ariel courses, cave explorations, and snowshoeing the options are truly endless at Arbraska Laflèche! You and your bae can have a day packed full of adventure here (plus you'll probably feel like you're on the Bachelor).

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Perth Outfitters // 21 Craig St

For all the nature loving adventurers this one is for you. Rent a kayak or a canoe and paddle down the river while singing your favorite songs. This is a peaceful adventure into the wilderness.

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Éco-Odyssée // 52 Chemin Les Sources, Wakefield

Paddle boat with bae and immerse yourself in nature. This is perfect for couples who are slightly adventurous and are still too afraid to zipline (you'll get there).

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OWL Rafting // 40 OWL Lane, Foresters Falls

White water rafting is one wild ride. This white water rafting experience will be down the Ottawa River and is ideal for couples seeking a REAL wave pool.

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Flying Squirrel Ottawa // 1901 Cyrville Rd

Unleash your inner child and boost your adrenaline at Flying Squirrel. This new trampoline park is perfect to burn off some energy together.

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