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Adrenaline seekers can now “Take Zipline Ride” Across the Niagara Falls

Written by Logical Men

Adventures are like a lifeline. The experience which adventures offer is not comparable to any other in life. The quick adrenaline rush makes people experience something different. Different people have different means to seek that particular thrill which helps them look at life in a new way.

Some love to visit mountains and waterfalls. This new adventure has been produced by WildPlay based at Niagara Falls. The Zipline ride across the Niagara Falls takes the riders on a breathtaking ride into the gorge towards the base of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, according to the official website of WildPlay.

Niagara Falls is well known to be a honeymoon and general vacation destination. Now, people can get a taste of adventure at Niagara Falls.

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The Zipline ride was inaugurated in 2016. Those people who have a weak heart and do not like to ride on something heart sinking are to refrain from this Zipline ride. The riders cruise at about 40 miles per hour. They are at 220 feet up in the air while traveling across the 2,200 feet. These ziplines will open in October and anyone willing to take the thrill can get a booking from their official website – WildPlay.

The minimum age for participation is 7 years. Those who are under 13 need to be accompanied by a guardian. Do watch this Instagram post to have an idea about the zipline.

Some people were of the view that putting up ziplines at such an amazing site was not a good idea. However, spokesperson of WildPlay says that these sites cannot be made into a museum.

How do you take a teenager and get them away from a game console to something that is going to capture their imagination?” he asked.

The adventure does not ends here, there are other games which people can play at Niagara Falls with WildPlay.

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