Interzip Rogers is the first interprovincial zipline in the world, connecting Ontario and Québec! Participants will enjoy a 360-degree view that includes Parliament Hill, the downtown cores of both Ottawa and Gatineau, the Gatineau Hills, and Chaudière Falls. Pre-sale tickets will be available soon to book a ride in the 2021 season.
Camp Fortune’s new pipe coaster
Outdoor enthusiasts will have to head to Camp Fortune this summer for the unveiling of Gatineau Park’s latest addition: a recreational luge track. Reaching speeds of up to 40 km/h (25mph), the gravity-powered attraction will give guests a new perspective of the Gatineau Hills as they race down trails and through tunnels to the bottom of the track.
Ottawa’s craft brewing scene
Did you know that the Ottawa area is home to more than four dozen independent breweries that are getting attention around the world? Learn more about local breweries and distilleries using local ingredients through our Tapping into Ottawa video series, and how you can entertain your group by hopping on a brewery bus tour, attending beer events, or sipping suds in a local pub. Read more
Spring 2021 will see the opening of Pangishimo Park, a new space located along the Ottawa River’s western shoreline on Chaudière Island, nearby the Canadian War Museum. Meaning “sunset” in the Algonquin language, the park was developed in close collaboration with Algonquin partners.