The Niagara Falls zipline is back for the summer (PHOTOS)

Jun 25 2020, 10:04 am

Get your bucket lists out because WildPlay Niagara Falls has received permission from the Government of Ontario to reopen the Niagara Falls Zipline.

However, there have been new guidelines, policies and procedures put into place to ensure the safety of guests and employees.

It is also highly recommended that reservations are booked in advance and waivers are filled out prior to arrival, due to social distancing measures.

WildPlay Niagara Falls has set up not one, not two, but four zip lines across Niagara Falls.

 

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The ride takes you into the gorge, towards the base of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. You will travel 670 metres (2,200 feet) and zip past the American Falls. Upon landing, you will be atop the falls observation deck at the base of the Horseshoe Falls.

You will be dangling 67 metres (220 feet) above the Niagara River and will face speeds of up to 70 km/h. Pretty scary thrilling, right?

 

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Over 300,000 people have already completed the ride, so what’s stopping you from crossing it off of your bucket list?

 

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The Early Bird Special (rides before 10 am) costs $55.99 per person. If you wanna ride after 10 am, it will cost $69.99. WildPlay Niagara Falls also offers a Night-Time Zipline experience that costs $79.99. A family pass is also available — for up to four family members — for $239.00.

The Night-Time Zipline will also allow for riders to view the fireworks display. They will also be given a complimentary light-up wristband souvenir.

“Ready, Set, Zip.”