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Take a zip, have a dip, run at a clip—we could go on. And this summer does, with many options for you to work it all out.


Anchors Above Zipline Adventures
Anchors Above is Nova Scotia's first zipline experience, offering two ziplines that fly across the valley that range from six storeys to 10 storeys high. Take in Nova Scotia's beautiful scenery while sliding at death-defying heights for only $30 a ride. And hey, if your kids are pretty badass, children under the age of 12 ride for only $20. Fun for the whole adrenalin-junkie family! French River, $20-$30,, 759-7403

Thursday Night Bouldering with Climb Nova Scotia
Looks like Climb Nova Scotia has a real bad case of the Mondays, because its weekly program Monday Night Bouldering has been moved to Thursdays this summer. Participants meet at 6pm every Thursday in the parking lot of Bethany United Church off the Armdale Rotary to carpool to each week's location. Thursday Night Bouldering allows new climbers and pros alike to see Halifax's surrounding beauty, taking in the vistas of areas like Crystal Crescent, Duncan's Cove and Chebucto Head. Climb Nova Scotia recommends bringing climbing shoes and comfortable athletic wear, as well as a headlamp or flashlight if the climb goes into the night. The event is free, but CNS mentions that it may be a good idea to bring some extra money for gas if you're carpooling each week. HRM,
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