There are no age restrictions. However, a parent must sign your waiver if you are under 18.
For safety reasons, yes.
The minimum weight is : 70 pounds.
And the maximum weight is : 250 pounds.
Yes, for safety reasons, any of the following may prevent a person from participating: pregnancy, intoxication, missing limbs (arms or legs), extreme asthma or respiratory problems, epilepsy, high blood pressure, skeletal, joint or ligament problems,
Note that the participant must have full use of arms, legs and hands and be able to walk up and down stairs without fatigue or assistance.
The right to restrict access to any person is at the discretion of the management.
You can ride the world's first interprovincial zip line until October 1st 2021.
Hours of operation are subject to change due to weather conditions.
Monday to Sunday : 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Monday to Friday : 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday : 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
The reception desk is located at 40-Z, Jos-Montferrand street, in Gatineau. It is on the Zibi site. Participants will be checked-in at this location.
Allow between 45 minutes and 1h30. Anyway, who's in a hurry when you're crossing the first interprovincial zip line in the world.
Arrive 30 to 45 minutes early. This will give us time to greet you and prepare you for your crossing.
Parking is available, but the number of spaces is limited.
Downtown Gatineau (Vieux-Hull) and downtown Ottawa are only a few steps away.
No. Except for extreme weather conditions, the activity takes place rain or shine. Only the Interzip management reserves the right to delay or cancel its operations.
Online: Visa and Mastercard.
At the reception: credit and debit.
Yes, we recommend it as some days we can be full. Same day bookings or walk in registration is possible, only If availability allows.
Reservations can be made in two ways:
- On our website through our reservation system
- By phone at (613) 695-5248
As early as possible. For the busiest days (Friday, Saturday), there can sometimes be a wait for weeks. You are warned.
Yes, there is a maximum number of adventurers we can accommodate each day. If a day is full, you can try your luck with our waiting list. If there is availability, we will contact you.
It depends when you tell us.
- More than 7 days before your arrival: You can get a refund.
- Up to 48 hours in advance: It will only be possible to reschedule your descent to another date during the season.
- 48h or less: It will not be possible to reschedule your visit or get a refund.
No. You can come alone, as a duo or with your entire extended family.
The starting tower rises 120 feet above water level. Just enough to make your knees weak
Yes, it crosses the majestic Ottawa River.
Yes, it is. The equipment and facilities are provided by Skyline Ziplines LTD, a world leader in zip line installation with several patented technologies to ensure optimal safety for participants. For more information, visit https://www.skylineziplines.ca/
Yes, in fact you will learn about braking and you will be given some precautionary instructions.
Yes. The Interzip has two separate cables. So you can see who is the most fearful between you and your zipline partner.
For safety reasons, it is not possible to do the activity in tandem.
Closed shoes and clothing appropriate to the weather conditions. Helmet, harness and specialized equipment will be provided on site.
We 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.
Head down. Just joking, in a sitting position.
Yes, visitors are welcome. There is a space to admire the descents near the registration desk.. However, you will not be able to accompany the people you came with to the launch tower. Admit it, you're just too scared to try it.
No. For operational, safety and insurance reasons, you will not be able to take cameras or valuables with you on the zip line.
Kool Replay takes care of that. With their automated photo and video service, your entire descent will be captured from different angles. We can't wait to see the face you were doing.
Yes, but only in the spectator area.
Yes, it takes a maximum of 10 minutes to walk from the reception area to the launch tower located on the other side of the Chaudière Bridge. It is less than 450 meters from the entrance to the launch tower.
Since this is an ecotourism activity, Interzip Rogers does not have a shuttle to transport participants from one side to the other.
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
All staff members will be properly trained prior to the official opening to respect all measures that can be found in the Quebec and Ontario safety recommendations for the tourism industry. This includes, but is not limited to, continuous disinfection of equipment, mandatory face protection, 2 meter distance from participants and an online reservation system to control the number of participants.
Only at the reception and in the queue. Since the event is outdoors, face covering is not required outside of these areas. Queue management will ensure minimal distance between each participant for the majority of the time.
Haha, no! However, a photo ID is required for check-in at the front desk.
Only if it rains. You won't touch the river, you'll be way too high.