Ziplining, treetop trekking and aerial adventure parks in Ontario
Get your adrenaline flowing and your heart racing on an exciting zipline adventure or a challenging aerial park course in Ontario.
Where to go ziplining in Ontario
Eagle Canyon Adventures near Thunder Bay
Walk on Canada's longest foot suspension bridge then try the zipline.
This is the longest zipline in Ontario. In fact, it is the longest, fastest and highest single zipline in Canada! At almost a kilometre long, over 50 metres high and reaching speeds over 70 kilometres per hour, it’s an exhilarating 60-second thrill ride down the centre of a canyon.
You can also walk along Canada’s longest foot suspension bridge, which extends over 180 metres across the canyon and hangs at a height of almost 50 metres above the canyon floor.
Location: 275 Valley Road, Dorion
Thunderbird Twin Zip Line in The Blue Mountains
Located at Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, the Thunderbird Twin Zip Line will get your adrenaline pumping.
Ride Canada’s longest twin zipline (over 775 metres) that features a vertical drop of 87 metres from the highest point of the Niagara Escarpment.
You can reach speeds up to 70 kilometres per hour but don’t worry, the dynamically controlled technology allows you to control your own speed.
Soak in the amazing view from Southern Ontario’s longest suspension footbridge, which is 130 metres long, 25 metres above the valley. On a clear day, you can see 10,000 square kilometres.
Location: 260 Scenic Caves Road, The Blue Mountains
Logos Land Whitewater Zip Line Adventure in Ottawa Valley
Logos Land Resort is a great place for family vacations with a thrilling zipline and waterpark plus RV camping, a campground and luxury accommodation.
Reach speeds over 60 kilometres per hour on three ziplines in a circuit totalling almost 1,000 metres over Astrolabe Lake in Renfrew County. The first zipline is 200 metres long, the second 342 metres and the last is 400 metres. The full circuit take about an hour to complete.
Location: 15906 Ontario Highway 17, Cobden
Zipline to the Falls in Niagara Falls
Take flight without feathers over the Niagara Gorge!
On four parallel ziplines that face the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls, riders soar across the sky at speeds of over 70 kilometres per hour along the edge of the Niagara gorge.
Location: 5920 Niagara River Parkway, Niagara Falls
Interzip Rogers in Ottawa
Ride the world’s first interprovincial zipline between Ontario and Quebec!
Making history, this unique attraction allows you to cross from Ottawa to Gatineau like never before.
Location: 40 Rue Jos-Montferrand, Gatineau
Treetop trekking, canopy tours and aerial adventure parks in Ontario
Treetop Trekking in various locations across Ontario
Relive your childhood at one of the seven Treetop Trekking aerial adventure parks.
Feel the rush as you fly across ziplines and climb like a monkey on balance logs, cable traverses, hammock nets, wooden bridges and Tarzan swings suspended high in the forest canopy. Kids courses and night treks are available.
Treetop Trekking has won the honour of Ontario’s Top Attraction in Attraction Ontario’s People’s Choice Awards.
Barrie, 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road, Comp 10 R.R. #1, Barrie
Brampton, 10818 Heart Lake Road, Brampton
Ganaraska, 10585 Cold Spring Camp Road, Campbellcroft
Hamilton, 5050 Harrison Road, Binbrook
Huntsville, 1180 Highway 60, Huntsville
Stouffville, 3291 Stouffville Road, Whitchurch-Stouffville
1000 Islands, 1278 Thousand Islands Parkway, Front of Yonge
Haliburton Forest Canopy Tour in Haliburton Highlands
A guided canoe ride will deliver you across a wilderness lake to the start of the “Walk in the Clouds" experience at the Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve.
This once-in-a-lifetime tour leads you through treetops on the world’s longest canopy walkway. Over half a kilometre long, the canopy boardwalk winds through the treetops some 10-20 metres above the forest floor.
A platform suspended from the treetops above, becomes the gathering place where your guide elaborates on the forest environment surrounding you.
Location: 1095 Redkenn Road, Dysart et al
Long Point Eco-Adventures in Norfolk County
Glide through the Carolinian forest on a world-class zipline and canopy tour adventure.
This thrilling adventure lasts 2.5-hours with spectacular views of Long Point Bay and Turkey Point. It includes eight ziplines, two suspension skybridges, 14 platforms and a 12 metre rappel. Night ziplining is also available.
Location: 1730 Front Road, St. Williams
Boler Mountain Treetop Adventure Park in London
This treetop adventure park has six different courses from junior to advanced plus a full zip.
Each course has 13 to 16 aerial games involving super fun ladders, ropes, wobbly bridges and more. The Big Zip is a 335 metre tandem zipline.
Location: 689 Griffith Street, London
Muskoka Zip Lines and Aerial Park in Muskoka
Adventure seekers (nine years old and up) can spend hours playing from 3 to 15 metres above Santa’s Village’s famous whispering pines located along the Muskoka River in Bracebridge.
The zipline over 100 metres across the water will give you a thrilling ride.
Location: 1624 Golden Beach Road, Bracebridge
Chicopee Tube Park in Kitchener
Start with an 80-metre zip for first-timers or experience over 300 metres of soaring fun, starting from one of the highest and most scenic elevations that the Chicopee Hills have to offer. Enjoy a breathtaking ride while taking in a spectacular view of the surrounding hills and trees.
Location: 1600 River Road East, Kitchener
Treetop Eco-Adventure Park in Oshawa
Take to the trees over the beautiful Oak Ridges Moraine.
This aerial adventure park has 60 tree-top adventure games and five ziplines.
Rope bridges, Tarzan swings, floating barrels and logs and even axe throwing will challenge your mind and body at every level of fitness.
Location: 53 Snow Ridge Crescent, Oshawa
Whirlpool Adventure Course, WildPlay in Niagara Falls
A fun and thrilling experience of suspended obstacles, ladders, nets, bridges and dozens of ziplines high above the world-famous whirlpool and Niagara Gorge.
Location: 5920 Niagara River Parkway, Niagara Falls
From whitewater rafting to rock climbing, find more adrenaline-pumping adventures in Ontario.
Last updated: March 23, 2023