Holy ziplines batman! Whistler, Canada is home to SuperFly and Ziptreck Ziplines, where they have more ziplines than you can shake a stick at! Start planning your trip zippin’ through Canada and hit the winter ziplines in Whistler.
Whistler, located about 2 hours north of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, is the ultimate outdoor playground! Here you’ll find stunning mountain ranges as well as rain forests that provide year-round adventure! When you plan a trip to visit the area for awesome skiing, biking, or hiking, don’t pass up a chance to go ziplining! Whistler has great ziplining opportunities that offer an unparalleled view of the beauty below.
Strap in for a 3-hour adventure with SuperFly Ziplines! Beginning at the top of Rainbow Mountain, you’ll shoot across different landscapes as you work your way down! The smooth lines send you down the mountain at just the right angle at speeds reaching over 60 mph! For participants’ safety, there are age and weight limits. Riders must be at least seven years old and weigh at least 60 lbs,. The weight maximum is 250 lbs. For more information on flying through the air with SuperFly, check out their website here!
Ziptrek Ecotours, located in the same area as SuperFly, offers various courses to choose from, giving you more control over your adventure. Participants must be at least 6 years old and weigh 35 lbs. The maximum weight limit is 275 lbs. If you are between the ages of 6 -14 years old, make sure you bring a parent or guardian as you have to have one with you at all times!
Now you just have to pick your course!
Bear Tour is Ziptrek’s original zipline tour. This tour offers five ziplines that run between four treetop bridges. This course takes about 2 1/2 -3 hours to complete. You’ll fly down lines that range between 400 – 1,100 feet long and enjoy different suspension bridges, trails, and boardwalks!
This is your chance to soar like an eagle! Eagle Tour also offers five ziplines along with four treetop bridges. Here you’ll find a zipline that stretches 2,400 feet and shoots 30 feet down. Beginning at an elevation of over 3,000 feet, you’re sure to find amazing thrills!
This is the longest tour you’ll find at Ziptrek. Mammoth Tour combines both the bear and the eagle courses, offering 4 1/2 hours of exhilaration! With ten ziplines and 8 different treetop bridges, you’ll get the full view! This tour includes a meal at an A-frame cabin halfway through the course!
This zipline is so amazing they had to trademark the name! It’s only one zipline, but it takes 1 1/2 hours to complete! At around a mile-and-a-half long and with an elevation of 7,000 feet, what more could you want? As the longest zipline in both Canada and the US, you can impress your friends back home by telling them you went on the Sasquatch!
Just when you think a zipline can’t get any more amazing, they go and turn the lights out! The Twilight Tour offers six ziplines and 8 treetop bridges that takes around 3 hours to complete. You’re outfitted with a headlamp that helps illuminate your adventure so you’re not totally in the dark!
For more information and to book a tour at Ziptrek Ecotours, visit their website here!
Are you ready for a thrilling adventure amongst the treetops? Take a ride on one or more of these adventures during your next trip! Don’t forget to share your photos below!