To the adrenaline junkies of Montreal, this one if for you. Fall provides us with a ton of activities, however, this ziplining experience is unlike anything else around the city. And, a park in the Laurentians, not only allows you to take in the stunning foliage views but will also provide guests with ziplining, hiking, and even cliff rappelling.
The ziplines are some of the tallest and longest mega ziplines in the entire country.
Four main lines will take you over the Laurentian forests to admire the foliage as you try and catch your breath between screams.
The website states that guests will hike "850 meters through a beautiful maple grove dotted with rocky cliffs and ridges and take in some breathtaking views."
From there, you take your first "flight" on a 610-meter long zipline to the other end of the mountain, and the views are spectacular.
After walking about 20 meters across the platform, the second zip line will take you back to the foot of The Cap Beauséjour.
Guests will then hike up 450 meters through the cliff towards the longest of the lines.
The 900-meter long flight is truly an experience like no other!
The last mega zip line is 650 meters and will still provide you with the same killer views.
The adrenaline rush is totally worth the walk up.
Those willing to take the plunge must book their tickets in advance.
You can choose from a variety of packages.
Those hoping to take advantage of all four zip lines with hiking are looking at $70 per adult.
And, be sure to check in at Tyroparc 30 minutes before your starting time.
The activity is said to last a total of two hours and thirty minutes, but it could vary on skill and weather conditions.
The Tyroparc zipline runs through to October, although the operations depend on weather conditions also.
If your heart is racing just by looking at these photos and learning about this activity, you're going to want to book your ticket ASAP.
Tyroparc Zip Line Adventures
Price: From $70 for access to the ziplines and hiking; various packages and pricing are available
When: See the website for more details
Address: 400, Chemin du Mont Catherine, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec
Why You Need To Go: Take in the fall views in the most unique way.