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First Interprovincial Zip line

Experience the incomparable sensation to fly over the border between Ontario and Quebec.

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At the heart of the action

See the National Capital Region like never before and enjoy the best of both cities.

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Any questions for us?
Feel free to visit the F.A.Q. page for more information.

How old do you have to be to ride the world's first interprovincial zip line?

There are no age restrictions. However, a parent must sign your waiver if you are under 18.

Do I need to climb all those stairs?

Yes, the launch tower is the equivalent of 9 floors high and unfortunately there is no lift. You are responsible for climbing the tower.

How do I get a ticket?

You have three options:
By phone at (613) 695-5248
Directly at the Interzip reception desk

How fast will I fly over the Ottawa River?

40 km/hr.

Do I need my vaccination passport or proof of double vaccination to try Interzip Rogers?

No, the vaccination passport is not required for participants, as ziplining is not one of the non-essential places and activities that require proof of double vaccination, as per Quebec rules. "

Is this activity possible despite the sanitary measures in place?

It is hard to predict with the evolution of the situation. The majority of the time: yes. Interzip Rogers will implement the safety measures common to the tourism industry in Quebec and Ontario to ensure that the activity remains safe and available at all times during business hours. You can find the complete list of safety measures for the tourism industries here:
Quebec: Click here
Ontario: Click here

Do I need my passport?

Haha, no! However, a photo ID is required for check-in at the front desk.

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Thanks to all our partners without whom this new connection would still be on the drawing board.