VéloVolant is an innovative and ecological activity. Be one of the first to soar through the treetops on a suspended recumbent bicycle which travels only as fast as your pedal strokes. VéloVolant is the highest of its kind, supported by towering maples and pines connected by high performance cable. The 1000 meter circuit meanders along a mountainside passing through ravines, over waterfalls as you peer through the canopy at the Green Mountains of Vermont. An experience that will take your breath away. Ready for a whole day or week of fun? Combine your VéloVolant experience with a stay at Au Diable Vert, in a tree houses or cliff cabin, a hike in the mountains or a paddle down the Missisquoi River.

If you can ride a bicycle for 45 minutes along a flat trail, you can peddle through the trees! Since the entire cable remains virtually horizontal for 1 km, there is very little effort required to move along, leaving you free to enjoy the view. As a VéloVolant guide is there to assist you get on (and off) VéloVolant, so you never to worry about balance. You will then be attached with the seatbelt by the VéloVolant guide.

Although you start your ride close to the ground, you will quickly find yourself higher and higher in the trees as the mountain drops away below you. At many points you will be 40 to 50 feet in the air, and one point at over 100 feet above a forest stream.

169, ch. Staines, Sutton, QC, CA, J0E 2K0


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Categories: Sports and outdoor activities, Adventure courses

Card created: 08/2014 (last modified: 08/2014)

GPS coordinates: 45°2'24.59"N, 72°34'2.27"W

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(last modified: 08/2014)