Niagara Falls is undoubtedly one of the greatest wonders of the natural world and one of the most breathtaking sights in all of North America. Featuring three separate waterfalls across the Canada-America border, Niagara Falls is one of the most visited tourist hotspots on the continent, as well as being an impressive source of hydroelectric power.



The largest and most famous of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls is the Horseshoe Falls, and this is also the only Niagara Falls location where guests can go ziplining. The MistRider Zip Line to the Falls is an exclusive, exciting attraction that can make your Niagara Falls visit even more special than you ever imagined, giving guests a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to literally fly over the falls, enjoying the sorts of views that are normally reserved for birds and drones.

· The MistRider Zip Line to the Falls - 5920 Niagara Parkway Niagara Falls, ON (1-800-263-7073)

Sending riders on a 2,200 feet zip line across one of the Earth's most incredible natural sights, the MistRider Zipline to the Falls at Grand View Marketplace is truly one of a kind. There are countless zip line tours and experiences out there nowadays, but this one is truly special and it's the only way to enjoy a zip line ride at Niagara Falls. The line travels past the American Falls and towards the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, finishing up at the observation deck at the base of the Horseshoe Falls.

From 8am to 10pm each day, this zip line sends guests on the ride of their lives at speeds of 40mph and move, providing views and sensory experiences that few other zip lines in the world can hope to match. It's a truly special experience, with four parallel lines all running in tandem, reducing waiting times and giving you the opportunity to race alongside your friends or family members.


· MistRider Zip Line Options

Early Bird zip line tours are available at a discounted price, and the MistRider zip line can also be enjoyed in the evenings, providing a totally different experience. The waters of the falls are lit up like a rainbow after the sun goes down, offering even more incredible views and memories you'll never forget. Guests who choose to ride in the evenings from September through to October of each year can also enjoy the nightly fireworks displays over Niagara Falls, adding to the excitement even further.

All in all, there's no zip line tour or ride quite like this one. The MistRider Zip Line at Niagara Falls provides a simply unbeatable experience, taking riders on a journey like no other. The sights and sounds you’ll enjoy as you glide across one of the most visually impressive places on the planet will stay with you for a lifetime, and it’s no surprise that many guests who go for a ride on this zip line choose to come back all over again in the future.

Important Information and Rider Requirements

Guests hoping to ride the MistRider Zip Line to the Falls need to be aware of certain rules and regulations before booking their trip. Kids can ride, but this zip line does have a minimum age limit of 7 for safety reasons, and any child aged 13 or younger will need to be accompanied by an adult to all times. This Niagara Falls zip line also has a maximum weight limit of 275 lbs.



Every guest needs to sign a waiver before being allowed to ride, and this form can be filled in online. In terms of hair and clothing, any guests with long hair are encouraged to tie it back to prevent any accidents, and visitors are urged to wear tight-fitting, secure clothes rather than any loose attire which could snag in the harness or cause other issues.

Closed toed shoes are also essential, as any loose footwear could fly off during the zip line ride. Guests are allowed to bring cameras along to take photos or videos of their experience, but it's vital to attach them to your body or around your neck with straps or mounts.

All guests will also be asked to wear helmets for the duration of the ride, and the whole experience lasts between 90 minutes and two hours. The attraction is closed at certain times of year and may close due to adverse weather conditions from time to time too, so guests are encouraged to check out the official site or call up for more information before booking their tickets.