White Water Walk, Niagara Falls
About White Water Walk, Niagara Falls
White Water Walk, Niagara Falls - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 4330 Niagara Parkway, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6T2, Canada.
Ticket Price: 11 CAD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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We’ve always been told that water bodies are unpredictable. You’ll see for yourself what the raging rapids are capable of and how intimidating they really are when you do the White Water Walk. The self-guided tour is kicked off with a 70 meters elevator ride downwards and then a walk into a 73 meters tunnel walk, you’ll see before you, a 1000 feet boardwalk that leads to two beautiful observation decks.
You can see the gorge formed by the Class VI rapids of the Niagara River. The giant whirlpools are indeed a sight to be reckoned with. Imagine scores of water gushing in through a narrow channel formed by years of rock erosion due to the same water force; the noise, the gush, the mist is not something that can be described but experienced. The Whirlpool Rapids consist of 4 kilometers of standing waves, the largest standing waves in North America. Don’t miss out on the surrounding cliffs of the gorge!
White Water Walk Information
- The White Water Walk is available subject to weather conditions.
How To reach White Water Walk by Public Transport
- Bus No 300, Green line.
Restaurants Near White Water Walk
- Simon's News Stand & Coffee (Cafe)
- Paris Crepes Cafe
- Taps On Queen Brewhouse and Grill (Brew Pub)
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White Water Walk, Niagara Falls Reviews - Write a Review
Literally so close to class 6 rapids. The water is beautiful and the informational blurbs on the side are pretty helpful to understand the history. I also enjoyed the old elevator ride and the walls painted with the history of previous feats across the river.
Great up close look at Class 6 rapids.
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