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If nature walks are a little too tame for your tastes, how about scanning treetop vistas in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve while sailing along a steel cable at speeds up to 60 km/h?
Long Point Eco-Adventures, located just west of Port Dover, Ontario, offers an exhilarating zip line adventure that passes through a world-renowned Great Lakes coastal ecosystem.
Eight zip lines and two suspension bridges take participants on a two-hour, guided odyssey through pristine woodlands and alongside wet meadows and marshes. But before anyone can strap themselves onto the taut lines zig-zagging through the trees, they must first pass something called Ground School.
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