It’s tall, it’s fast, and it’s ready to reopen. Canada’s elevated go-kart race course, the Niagara Speedway, is set to reopen next week, according to its website.

After being closed for the season, the go-kart track is expected to reopen on March 12 at noon, weather depending.

According to Clifton Hill, towering over forty-two feet high, the Niagara Speedway is a world-class attraction that combines the adrenaline inducing thrill of kart racing with the remarkable experience of a roller coaster ride.

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“The course is spread out over four acres with over 2000 linear feet of concrete racing surface, running through a four-story helical spiral followed by a two tiered coaster style ramp that runs into another spiral,” stated Clifton Hill. “Though riders may feel like they are flying over a cliff at certain points during the ride, extensive safety features were built into the Speedway attraction.”

As of March 1st, 2022 no vaccine passport is required at any operation and all operations will go to full capacity in accordance with the Ontario Government’s reopening plan, according to Clifton Hill’s website.

See ya on the speedway!


Where: 4960 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls