You can take a 300-foot high zipline ride across Quebec

Sep 22 2020, 6:49 am

As we enter the official start of autumn, why not take in the fall foliage from over 350-feet in the air?

Tyroparc in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts is offering their “Discovery Plus” journey, atop the cliffs of The Cap Beauséjour, fusing scenic hiking with ziplining.

Before reaching the mountain’s peak, adventurers will cross a variety of bridges and steps before taking a 2,000-foot zipline from one mountain side to another. After another mini hike, a second zipline awaits at a length of over 2,100 feet.

Could there be a better way to take in the breathtaking sights of southern Quebec’s mountain ranges than a couple of zooming ziplines?

 

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The adventure is safe and supervised by mountaineers, hikers, and ziplining professionals, and the site has taken all the proper COVID-19 precautions to ensure added safety.

The “Discovery Plus” adventure takes an average of two and a half hours to complete and zipliner hopefuls are asked to book and reserve on the Tyroparc website.

Tickets cost $80 for adults and $65 for kids.

 

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