Ziplining and treetop trekking
See the world from a better view! Zip around Ontario from the treetops on rope course, swings and zip lines at an aerial adventure park. It’s safe, exhilarating and it makes for great memories. Vast wilderness and numerous outfitters combine to make Ontario a treetop trekking destination.
Quick guide to treetop trekking in Ontario
Types of adventure parks
Most parks offer courses that vary in difficulty level, from large ziplines traversing hundreds of metres for the adventurous spirti to smaller, kid friendly courses for those just starting out. Treetop courses (including ropes and bridges) and ziplines are the most popular activities. Some parks even offer nighttime treks.
Up the ante on your next hiking trip and cross one of several suspension bridges in Ontario. Dare to walk over plunging canyons or rushing rapids and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views.
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Know before you go
Treetop trekking requirements
There is a minimum age, height and maximum weight requirement when Treetop Trekking. These requirements vary based on the course, so be sure to check with the attraction before heading out. A waiver is to be signed before participating and anyone under the age of 18 will need a guardian present.
Equipment and safety tips
Closed-toed shoes are required at most adventure parks and long hair must be tied back. It’ is important to dress for the weather and to be prepared with water to keep you hydrated while you’re outside. Required equipment, such as a harness and helmet, will be provided by each guide. Follow the safety guidelines provided onsite and during your trek orientation.
Last updated: January 12, 2023