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Soar the Great Gorge, high above the racing Niagara River. You'll be transported through the air in an antique cable car, while far below the torrent of water abruptly changes direction and creates one of the world’s most mesmerizing natural...more
3850 Niagara River Parkway, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
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Yep, this is what they tell you! Apparently, once you board on your journey accross the whirlpool, due to the river's twists, the cable car crosses to our neighbours side and back twice, in each direction. Gorgeous views, easy thrill!
Niagara Parks operates the Whirlpool Aero Car, a thrill ride over the Niagara River in an antique cable car is suspended on six interlocking steel cables. It’s similar to a big oblong basket similar to but bigger than a hot air balloon basket.
I am not brave enough to cross over on the cable car, as I have a severe fear of heights. I like the gift shop and the view from the deck. If you are fearless, you can cross over high above the whirlpool to the...More
The Whirlpool Aero Car was designed in 1916 and transports you 200+ feet over the Niagara Whirlpool. It crosses the Canadian and American borders 4 times on a single trip! The ride was a pretty neat experience and the guides give you the history as...More
Riding in a cable car above the river is exciting. The view is beautiful. You switch sides half way through the ride. The ride is not very long but is worth it. It’s neat trying to spot items that are stuck in the whirlpool like...More
The aerocar provides you with a beautiful view of the rapids and of the huge cliffs of the escarpment on both the u.s. and Canadian sides. The ride itself was less than 10 minutes in length, kind of pricey for a very short ride. Also...More