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You can now ride a zipline across Quebec and Ontario

You can now ride a zipline across Quebec and Ontario
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For the first time ever, people will be able to soar from province to province while riding a zipline between Ottawa and Gatineau 120 ft in the air above the Ottawa River.

Interzip Roger is the first interprovincial zipline in the world that promises “unparalleled 360-degree views” of downtown Gatineau, the Chaudière Falls, and Ottawa’s Parliament Hill.

According to the company, the 1,400-ft-long zipline will start and finish at Zibi, a 34-acre site that sits on the border of Ottawa and Gatineau.

Tickets for this wild ride are $39.99 per person, and online booking will be available starting Saturday, June 19 at 8 a.m. The interprovincial zipline officially opens to the public on June 24.

Closed shoes and clothing appropriate to the weather conditions are recommended. Helmet, harness and specialized equipment are mandatory and will be provided on site.

They also ask that you bring as few personal items as possible. All items must be left at the reception desk and Interzip Rogers is not responsible for any clothing or items left there.

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