The warm summer weather brings the opportunity to explore adventures while enjoying the beauty of nature. If you are a nature enthusiast who craves an adrenaline rush, check out these 19 zip line courses found in Ontario. Whether you want to zipline to Niagara Falls, or deep in the forests of Haliburton, you are sure to find something to suit your tastes.
Ziplining is also a great way to enjoy fall colours.
Southern & Southwestern Ontario
1. Wildplay Niagara Falls Mistrider Zipline
The Wildplay zip lines in Niagara Falls offer a range of lines, from beginners of young ages to more experienced (and older) riders. The Mistrider and the Jones Beach zip lines allow you to soar and zip to heights as tall as 700 feet. With up to four paraelle lines, you and your group can easily enjoy a scenic and thrilling ride together.
Address: 5920 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls
Cost: From $49.99 / Adult
2. Long Point Eco-Adventures
From axe-throwing to kayaking to mountain biking to zip-lining, Long Point Eco-Adventures located on Lake Erie shores presents a full spectrum of outdoor adventure experiences that is eco-friendly. The 2.5-hour zip line tour is a combination of rope sky-bridges and 8 lines that connect suspended wooden platforms and you can enjoy views of the scenic Carolinian Forest, and Turkey Point Marsh.
Address: 1730 Front Rd, St Williams
Cost: groups of 2 to 3: $349
3. Boler Mountain
Boler Mountain offers a Treetop Adventure Park set up in the natural Carolinian forest, behind the ski trails. Discover zip line courses, Tarzan swings, pirate nets, and swinging bridges while you soar and scale through forested areas over the expansive property.
Address: 689 Griffith St, London
Cost: Starting at $25+
4. One Axe Pursuits
This extreme zip line starts at heights of 200 feet while dropping 80 feet below as you zip across the Elora Grand River. The experience includes a full day of instruction, high-quality safety equipment, and the opportunity to take as many zip rides as you like from 10:00 am-4:00 pm.
Address: Victoria Park, Elora
Cost: $250 for 6 hours
5. Chicopee Tube Park
The Chicopee Tube Park offers a Eurobungy trampoline and ropes, but its main attraction is the zip line courses. Enjoy travelling at speeds of 30km to 45 km per hour as your glide through the forested region, which is well-known for its ski hill and tubing hill.
Address: 1600 River Road East, Kitchener
Cost: Starting at $12
6. Treetop Trekking
If you live within the GTA and are craving a thrilling escape into nature, you need only travel minutes north from downtown Toronto to visit the Treetop Trekking locations in GTA & Hamilton. This park includes multiple zip lines and wooden bridges, monkey cables, and Tarzan swings; combine exercise and fun in one afternoon.
- Heart Lake Conservation Area in Brampton 10818 Heart Lake Road, Brampton
- 3291 Souffville Rd, Whitchurch-Stouffville
- 10585 Cold Springs Camp Road, Campbellcroft
- Binbrook Conservation Area, 5050 Harrison Rd, Binbrook
Cost: $47 & up
7. Treetop Eco-Adventure Park
Situated upon the Oakridge Morain in Oshawa, discover the enchanted forest of Trillium Trails through this parks’ zip lines and obstacle courses. Adults and more experienced riders can choose the Big Zip, while more junior lines are available for children.
Address: 53 Snow Ridge Court, Oshawa
Cost: Starting at $22.12
1. Ascent Ariel Park
Experience a zip line like no other at the Ascent Ariel Park, which features Canada’s first ‘zip coaster!’ The zip line is fixed along a roller coaster track, suspending the rider below the frame while attached to a trolley. As you glide above this famous, fresh-water beach, you will enjoy the surge of adrenaline and exciting thrills while surrounded by beautiful forested areas.
Address: 11 Lakeshore Blvd N, Sauble Beach
Cost: Day pass starts at $49.
2. Santa’s Village
Set on the cusp of the Muskoka River in Bracebridge, Santa’s Village offers year-round family fun at this festive theme park. During the summer season, the park provides zip lining through its Ariel Adventure Course. There are various levels and obstacles, including zip lines that also include a 30-minute orientation for new visitors.
Address: 1624 Golden Beach Road, Bracebridge
3. Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve Ltd-Canopy Tours
If you enjoy discovering new heights within a lush, forested area, you will love the Canopy Tours at the Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve. The tour will take you 10-20 meters above the ground, across a boardwalk that is half a kilometer long, the longest canopy boardwalk in the world!
Address: 1095 Redkenn Rd, Dysart et al
Cost: Starting at $95 for adults
4. Treetop Trekking at Horseshoe Resort
The Horseshoe Resort in Barrie offers a combination of outdoor adventures, including zip-lining, treetop trekking, observation walks, and team-building programs. Those who seek an adrenaline rush will love the variety of treetop trekking and discovery courses. It’s the perfect getaway for small or large groups.
Address: 1101 Horseshoe Valley Rd. Comp 10 R.R. #1, Barrie
Cost: rates begin at $44.
5. Thunderbird Twin Zipline Adventure
Soar for half a mile, on one of the longest twin zip spans in Canada at Scenic Caves. Thunderbird’s new technology allows the rider to control their own speed and even stop and enjoy the views while suspended over the Escarpment. On a clear day you’ll see Collingwood, Blue Mountains, Wasaga Beach… even Christian Island and beyond!
Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd, The Blue Mountains
Cost: Closed in 2021
6. Wind Rider Triple Zips
Soar like a bird on the ziplines at Blue Mountain Resort! The ziplines reach different speeds and tracks, and you’ll experience total freedom as you enjoy the surrounding views from a different perspective. Zipline solo or choose the parallel zip lines for added fun.
Address: Blue Mountain Village, The Blue Mountain
Cost: $19 & up, depending on activities.
1. Zip-line at Logo Land Resort
This family-friendly RV campground and resort offers onsite zip-lining to both overnight guests and day visitors. There are three zips on the grounds, which total 3100 feet, and each line grows in intensity and height while you soar above Astrolabe Lake. Guests who choose to stay on the campgrounds will receive a discount on resort attractions.
Address: 15906 Ontario Hwy 17, Cobden
Cost: rates begin at $37
2. Skywood Eco Adventure
Outdoor adventurists and nature enthusiasts will find thrills and stunning views at the Skywood Eco Adventure, home to a multitude of aerial courses, including a zip line park. A part of the Parks of St. Lawrence, Skywood is considered Canada’s largest outdoor ariel park.
Address: 1278 Thousand Islands Pkwy, Mallorytown
Cost: Closed in 2021
Eagle Canyon Adventures
Known as ‘Canada’s longest, highest and fastest zip line,’ thrill-seekers will love hanging 150 feet in the air while traveling at speeds of 45 mph. Located just outside of Thunder Bay, this outdoor adventure experience offers true exhilaration while offering stunning views of nature.
Address: 275 Valley Rd, Dorion
Cost: Adults $22. Children 12+ $12. Under 4-free
Closed in 2021 due to COVID-19.