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Une première canadienne

Fly Above The Gorge

Your own exclusivity in a Canadian natural park
Secure family fun

Sit back, take a deep breath… and soar over a stunning rock and water panorama. Cross the forest at full speed to finally find yourself dangling 90 m above the Canyon's gorge and its ferocious rumbling waters. Seize the opportunity to observe the canyon the way eagles can. You are going to experience our Canadian nature in a new unexpected way!

  • First installation of this technology in a natural park in Canada
  • up to 50km/h (31 mph)

Price, Schedule And Rules

2020 AirCANYON Rates

Please refer to the Visit and AirCANYON Package section of the Rates and Schedule page.

  • AirCANYON access must be combined with Admission Fees.

AirCANYON Operating Hours

May 9 to June 23: weekends and holidays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
June 24 to September 7: every day of the week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
September 8 to October 18: weekends and holidays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Physical Limitations

Passenger must meet the following physical limitations to be permitted to ride:

  • Passengers must be at least 107 cm (42 ’’) and fit securely in the restraint systems. Passengers between 107 cm (42 ‘’) et 120 cm (47 ‘’) must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Maximum weight for two passengers: 205 kg (450 lb)
  • Maximum weight for a single passenger: 136 kg (300 lb)
  • Passengers with physical disabilities must be able to sit in a way that allows the restraints to operate properly.
  • People with fear of heights should not ride.
  • All legs must be present to the knee minimum.
  • Prosthetics are not allowed on the ride.


  • Passenger shall comply with all warning and instructions provided by the operations manager. They shall refrain from behaving in any manner that may cause or contribute to the injury of themselves or others. The operations manager may decide to prohibit someone from riding if needed.
  • Food, beverages, glass, or any loose items are prohibited on the ride.
  • The cart is designed to carry only one passenger per seat. Children in arms or babies are not allowed.
  • Passenger must be able to sit properly in the seat and brace themselves adequately against the forces created by the ride.
  • The operator may decide not to allow people to do the activity according to environmental restrictions (Lightning, high wind speed, other prohibitive

Medical Limitations

Passengers with the following medical conditions should not ride :

  • Expectant mothers
  • Neck or back problems
  • Heart conditions
  • High blood pressure
  • Recovery of a recent surgery
  • Any other condition that they may be aware of that may result in injury or complication