Tourists suspended above the water from zip lines make their way at speeds of up to 64 kph toward the mist of the Horseshoe Falls, on the Ontario side of Niagara Falls.
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Niagara Falls is the latest natural wonder to add a zip line, offering honeymooners and everyone else the chance to take an adrenaline-pumping plunge toward churning mist at speeds topping 64 kilometers per hour.The booming popularity of commercial zip lines over the past five years – there are at least 200 in the United States alone – means more people are experiencing nature in a way that would make Thoreau dizzy.Niagara Falls-area resident James Bannister doesn't quite see it that way. To him, the new zip line there amounts to somewhat of a "circus midway-style attraction".
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