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It’s the summer and what better way to enjoy yourself than with an attraction that sends shivers down your spine. Ontario is full of adventure and offers exciting opportunities for thrill seekers. Here is a list of the top ten Ontario attractions.

1. O.Noir
Ever wondered what it would be like to have dinner in the dark? O.Noir offers customers the opportunity to eat in complete pitch-black darkness, emulating the dining experience of the blind while being guided by visually impaired waiters. They even offer surprise main courses and desserts.

2. Scarborough Bluffs
This is great for those who are not ready for the extreme height of the CN Tower. At the Scarborough Bluffs, you’ll get to hike up the slope as high as 300 feet above Lake Ontario. This combines a great view of the lakeshore with a sensation of vertigo.

3. Niagara Falls
Get up close with this natural wonder, which is only 90 minutes away from Toronto. Niagara Falls offers attractions including Maid of the Mist and Journey Behind the Falls. For those looking for major excitement, the Whirlpool Jet Boat gives a tour through the rapids.

4. Paintball
Toronto’s suburbs offer several paintball facilities (indoor and outdoor) for those who enjoy ground warfare mixed with sportsmanship. Paintball is a safe sport if you stick to the rules and definitely delivers heart-pumping excitement. There are paintball arenas in the GTA including Paintball City, Defcon Paintball and Gladiators Paintball Arenas.

5. CN Tower Glass Floor
As if high views weren’t dizzying enough, the CN Tower’s Lookout Level contains a 256 square-foot solid Glass Floor. It gives you the sensation that you’re walking on air. The glass is very durable since it is built to hold the weight of 14 large hippos, so there is no need to worry about breakage.

6. CN Tower EdgeWalk
If you’re looking for the world's tallest full-circular, hands-free walk, 1,150 feet above the ground, look no further than the heart of Toronto. The CN Tower offers the EdgeWalk around the top edge of the Lookout Level pod, which allows you to stroll at the edge of the tower while being held by only a safety harness. Feel free to take breathtaking photos to show your friends what you’ve accomplished.

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