Niagara Adventure Excursions, in collaboration with Canadian-owned and nature-based adventure recreation company WildPlay Element Parks, is introducing two new attractions to Niagara Falls, Ontario, in partnership with the Niagara Parks Commission.

Ziplines at Niagara Falls
Light on intensity, large on flying free, the classic ziplines are fun for guests age seven and older to glide across beautiful natural landscapes. The human-powered element is popular with those who want a swift, guided adventure.

The Niagara Falls experience will offer four parallel ziplines, taking guests from the Grandview Marketplace, located at the base of Clifton Hill, to the river’s edge below Horseshoe Falls, a distance of 2,200 feet. The eco-adventure attraction will offer guests stunning picture-perfect views of the thunderous Niagara Falls.

Aerial Adventure Course at Thompson Point
Located alongside the Niagara Parkway at the Whirlpool at Thompson Point, the aerial adventure course is a playful and active outdoor experience for adults, teens, kids, and groups. A series of suspended obstacle games encourage guests to have fun in nature while accomplishing new challenges.

The Kids, Classic, and Extreme courses are the first of their kind in the Niagara Region. The recreational activity improves physical skills and strengthens mental courage; all while providing awe-inspiring vistas of the Niagara gorge.  Guests ages five and older will navigate self-paced individual challenges and free-spirited obstacle games, which include: zip lines, ladders, rope swings, scrambling walls, hanging nets, spinning logs, wobbly bridges, tightropes, monkey bars, and more suspended surprises. The level of difficulty and height progresses throughout the course as guests complete their aerial adventure.


  • The aerial adventure course is located at the north side of the Whirlpool at Thompson Point, along the Niagara Parkway.
  • The Zip Lines will take guests from the Grand View Marketplace, located at the base of Clifton Hill to the river’s edge below Horseshoe Falls.