Written by Erica Spina on 02.07.14

Have you ever dreamed of soaring through the trees like Tarzan? Or imagined you were Spider-Man jumping from building to building? The Esplanade Sun Life of the Olympic Park now brings that dream to life, except there are no trees or buildings. Instead, there is North America’s first ever urban acrobatic park. Exalto Park is designed by a French company known as Groupe Altiplano. They chose Montreal to be their first North American location and we couldn’t be happier.

So what can you expect? Besides being able to let yourself go wild, they offer a variety of options for all ages, each catering to any level of risk-takers. Exalto Park has seven different attractions, including three high-altitude acrobatic structures. Two of these are for the less adventurous type, at three meters high. For those of you who are adventurous and can no longer hold in your desire to do something risky, they have something for you too. The third high-altitude acrobatic attraction is nine meters high, which is about the same height as a two-story building. Need we say more? There is also a section of the park that caters to children, no younger than 2 years old, which contains junior acrobatic attractions at ground level. Regardless of how high you venture in the acrobatic park, you’ll always stay attached and safe with their security lifeline system.

If you’re the type that cannot imagine climbing above and beyond and completing acrobatic obstacles, don’t be afraid, because Exalto Park caters to you too, with two relaxing and dining areas.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, head over to the Olympic Park to see what you’re made of. Exalto Park opened up this May and will continue to stay open until October 31, 2014. Since prices and opening hours vary, visit the park’s website to get more information by clicking here.

4141 avenue de Coubertin, Montreal, QC H1V 3N7
(514) 252-4141

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