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6 extreme ziplines in ontario

This will get your adrenaline flowing. Rip down Canada's longest single or twin zip line.

Zipline parks are flourishing across the world. But you don’t have to wait until you go on vacation to Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru or Belize to try one, there’s lots of opportunities to go zipping right here in Ontario.

In addition to ziplines found in the numerous treetop aerial parks across Ontario, you can experience the sheer thrill of soaring through the air at top speeds - down mountains and across canyons, lakes and gorges. 

Did you know that Ontario is home to Canada's longest, highest and fastest single zip line as well as the longest twin zip line?   

Round up your family and your friends and challenge them to try them all.  

Eagle Canyon Adventures - Dorion (near Thunder Bay)


 Canada’s longest, highest and fastest zipline. At half a mile long, 175 feet high and reaching speeds in excess of 45 mph, zip down the centre of the canyon for an exhilarating 60 second thrill ride. While there, take a walk on Canada’s longest foot suspension bridge, which extends over 600 feet across the canyon and hangs at a height of 152 feet above the canyon floor. 

 Thunderbird Twin Zip Line - The Blue Mountains (near Collingwood)


The Thunderbird Twin Zip Line, part of Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, will get your adrenaline pumping. Ride Canada’s longest twin zip line (2,550 feet) that features a vertical drop of 287 feet from the highest point of the Niagara Escarpment.  You can reach speeds up to 70 km per hour but don’t worry, the dynamically controlled technology allows you to control your own speed. Be sure to soak up the view on Southern Ontario’s longest suspension footbridge is 420 feet long, 25 metres above the valley.  On a clear day, you can see 10,000 square kilometres.

Horseshoe-Valley-Take a chairlift to the top then soar 2,075 feet down to the bottom strapped into a high-tech zipline chair, reaching speeds up to 45 km per hour. 


Reach speeds over 60 km per hour on 3 ziplines totaling 3,100 feet over Astrolabe Lake. The first zipline is 658 feet, the second 1,125 feet and the last 1,315  feet.


Fly 200 feet across the incredible Elora Gorge at 80 feet above the Grand River. 

Zipline Extreme – Elora

This is ziplining like never before! Learn how to rappel down a 60 foot limestone cliff then jump off the 200 foot zip line and rappel 80 feet into the river. For an extra treat, end your day by running and flying face-first on the zip line. It is absolutely exhilarating and rewarding experience for beginners to experts. 

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