Thrilling experiences in Ontario only daredevils should try


Only the biggest daredevils should face these adrenaline rushes.

These exciting Ontario experiences will take you on all kinds of wild journeys, from dark caves to the edge of towers.

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You can fly over a beach, walk through a canyon, or fly over waterfalls.

Due to current restrictions, many events are not running, but you can always add them to your to-do list for future thrills.

Work up the courage to try some of these exciting experiences one day.

Take a walk in the sky

Price: $195+ per person

Address: 290, boul. Bremner, Toronto, Ontario

Why you have to go: Walk 116 stories above the ground at the CN Tower’s exciting EdgeWalk. This is the highest hands-free walk in the world and will give you stunning views of the city below.

Climb through the caves

Price: $75 per person

Address: 415477 10th Line, The Blue Mountains, ON

Why you need to go: Test your claustrophobia with this caving experience. Free Spirit Tours will take you deep into the caves of Metcalfe Rock for the ultimate adventure.

Hover over a beach

Price: $339.99+ per person

Address: 1888 Klondike Park Road, Wasaga Beach, ON

Why you need to go: You can cruise the longest freshwater beach in the world with Skydive Wasaga Beach. The attraction offers breathtaking views of Georgian Bay as you soar through the air.

Ride the tallest roller coaster in the world

Price: $39.99 per day

Address: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Dr., Vaughan, ON

Why you need to go: Canada’s Wonderland is home to the fastest, longest and tallest roller coaster in the world. The Yukon Striker will have you hanging at a 90 degree angle before hurtling 245 feet to the underwater tunnel below.

Race like you’re in Mario Cart

Price: $4+ per person

Address: 4960 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, ON

Why you need to go: The Niagara Speedway is the largest elevated go-kart track in North America. You can zoom through a 4-story spiral and experience cliff-like heights.

Face rapids

Price: $143+ per person

Address: 40 OWL Lane, Foresters Falls, ON

Why you need to go: Owl Rafting’s high-intensity trips will take the brave on a wild adventure along the Ottawa River. There is even the possibility of making it a multi-day experience.

Experience Canada’s Highest Jump

Price: $130.46 per person for the first jump

Address: 1780 Route 105, Chelsea, QC

Why you need to go: Although this place is not technically in Ontario, it is located only 20 minutes from downtown Ottawa in Quebec. The Great Canadian Bungee lets you jump from a 200-foot rock into a turquoise lagoon.

Zip line in front of the waterfalls

Price: $69.99 per person

Address: 5920 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Niagara’s Zipline To The Falls will give you a whole new view of the iconic falls. You’ll travel the incredible ride before landing at the Horseshoe Falls viewing platform.

Traverse a giant canyon

Price: $20 per adult

Address: 275 Valley Road, Dorion, Ontario

Why you have to go: Suspended 152 feet above a giant canyon, Eagle Canyon Adventures’ suspension bridge is the longest in Canada. You’ll get a panoramic view of the world below as you journey to new heights.

Get the ultimate fear

Price: to be determined

Address: 9387 Lundy’s Ln., Niagara Falls, ON

Why you need to go: As Canada’s biggest haunted attraction, Haunt Manor is not a place for those who are easily spooked. The venue includes haunted houses, wagon rides, and even real ghosts.

Climb a frozen waterfall

Price: $250 per person

Address: Elora, Ontario

Why you need to go: Forget chasing waterfalls – you can actually scale a frozen waterfall in scenic Elora with One Ax Pursuits.

Before you go, check out our responsible travel guide to be informed, be safe, be smart, and above all, be respectful on your adventure.


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