Zipline Extreme

Outdoor Activities in Canada

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Zipline Extreme experience in Elora is truly unique. Start the day with learning the skill of rappelling (also known as abseiling) side-by-side with an instructor. After a morning of rappelling training, you will graduate to zipline across the 200ft gorge and then rappel yourself 80ft into the river below. This is a skill that needs the day to be learned and perfected. Finish your day with some face-first ziplines.
9:45 am: Arrive in Elora and park at the Elora Community Centre/Arena at 29 David Street West. Visit the indoor washroom with flush toilets. Then proceed to cross the David Street Bridge across the Irvine River. Meet at Victoria Park at 103 Victoria Crescent, Elora by the stairs that go down into the Gorge. You will see picnic tables in the trees. 10:00 am: Instructors will greet you and have you sign waivers and get geared up with helmets, harnesses and gloves. 10:10 am: Instructors will give an introduction and safety talk. 10:20 am: First person rappels with first instructor. Rotate through each participant.12:00 pm: Lunch break12:30 pm: Start ziplining and rappelling off the zipline into the river (river levels vary with time of year but is usually ankle deep- if too deep we pull you to shore)3:00 pm: Group finishes the zipline extreme and switch harnesses to go face-first zipline4:00 pm: Program finished

What’s included

  • All equipment required in included in the cost. You will be provided a sit harness, chest harness, helmet and gloves.

What’s not included

  • You will be required to provide your own clothing (wear weather appropriate clothing such as a rain jacket if raining)
  • Please wear running/hiking shoes for the morning rappelling and water shoe/sandal for the afternoon. If you do not have water shoes, your running shoes will get wet so you may want to pack additional footwear for the rest of your day. Do not wear flip flops or Crocs.
  • You will need to provide your own lunch. There are many local places to eat on your lunch break as well.
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