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11 Thrilling Experiences In Ontario Only Major Daredevils Should Add To Their Bucket List

Only the biggest daredevils should take on these adrenaline-rushes. 

These thrilling Ontario experiences will take you on all sorts of wild journeys, from dark caves to the edge of towers.

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You can soar over a beach, stroll across a canyon, or fly past waterfalls.

Due to current restrictions, many events are not operating, but you can always add them to your bucket list for future thrills.

Work up the courage to try some of these exciting experiences one day.

Take A Walk Through The Sky

Price: $195+ per person

Address: 290 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a stroll 116 storeys above the ground at the CN Tower's thrilling EdgeWalk. It's the world's highest full circle hands-free walk and will bring you insane views of the city below.

Climb Through Caves

Price: $75 per person

Address: 415477 10th Line, The Blue Mountains, ON

Why You Need To Go: Test your claustrophobia with this caving experience. Free Spirit Tours will take you deep into caves at Metcalfe Rock for the ultimate adventure.

Soar Over A Beach

Price: $339.99+ per person

Address: 1888 Klondike Park Rd., Wasaga Beach, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can sail over the world's longest freshwater beach with Skydive Wasaga Beach. The attraction offers sweeping views of Georgian Bay as you soar through the air.

Ride The World's Tallest Dive Coaster

Price: $39.99 per day pass

Address: 1 Canada's Wonderland Dr., Vaughan, ON

Why You Need To Go: Canada's Wonderland is home to the world's fastest, longest, and tallest dive coaster. The Yukon Striker will dangle you at a 90-degree angle before rushing down 245 feet to the underwater tunnel below.

Race Like You're In Mario Cart

Price: $4+ per person

Address: 4960 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Niagara Speedway is North America's largest elevated go-cart track. You can zoom through a 4-storey spiral and experience cliff-like heights.

Take On Some Rapids

Price: $143+ per person

Address: 40 OWL Lane, Foresters Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Owl Rafting's High-Intensity trips will take the brave of heart on a crazy adventure along the Ottawa River. There is even the option to make it a multiple-day experience.

Experience Canada's Highest Jump

Price: $130.46 per person for first jump

Address: 1780 Route 105, Chelsea, QC

Why You Need To Go: While this spot isn't technically in Ontario, it's located just 20 minutes from downtown Ottawa in Quebec. The Great Canadian Bungee lets you leap from a 200-foot rock towards a turquoise lagoon.

Zipline Past Waterfalls

Price: $69.99 per person

Address: 5920 Niagara Pkwy., Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Niagara's Zipline To The Falls will bring you totally new views of the iconic falls. You'll travel on the incredible ride before landing on the Horseshoe Falls Observation Deck.

Walk Across A Giant Canyon

Price: $20 per adult

Address: 275 Valley Rd., Dorion, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Hanging 152 feet over a giant canyon, the suspension bridge at Eagle Canyon Adventures is the longest in Canada. You'll get panoramic views of the world below as you travel to new heights.

Get The Ultimate Scare

Price: TBA

Address: 9387 Lundy's Ln., Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: As Canada's largest haunted attraction, Haunt Manor is no place for the easily spooked. The venue includes haunted houses, hayrides, and even real ghosts.

Climb A Frozen Waterfall

Price: $250 per person

Address: Elora, ON

Why You Need To Go: Forget about chasing waterfalls — you can actually climb a frozen waterfall in picturesque Elora with One Axe Pursuits.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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