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Zipline Adventure in Whistler

Highlights
  • Choose your challenge: two exciting zipline options
  • Get aerial views of temperate rainforest and peaks
  • Multiple departure times available for your convenience
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Zipline Adventure in Whistler
US$ 97 per adult
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12:50pm Eagle Tour
2,400 feet awe-inspiring zipline tour is perfect for those who have experienced ziplining or are seeking a heart-pounding adrenaline. Check in 12:35pm.
US$ 121.12 per adult
9:30am Eagle Tour
2,400 feet awe-inspiring zipline tour is perfect for those who have experienced ziplining or are seeking a heart-pounding adrenaline. Check in 9:15am.
US$ 121.12 per adult
9am Bear Tour
5 ziplines varying in length from 400 feet to over 1,000 feet, connected via a network of canopy bridges and boardwalks. Perfect for families, groups and first-time zipliners. Check in 8:45am.
US$ 96.74 per adult
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Overview
Soar above lush rainforest and white-water rapids on a Whistler zipline tour that’s a thrilling way to experience BC’s rugged Fitzsimmons Range. Choose between a beginner-friendly 5-zipline course linking a series of canopy bridges and boardwalks, or challenge yourself to take on the more advanced course, including a 2,400-foot (732 mt.) zipline that stretches all the way to Whistler village.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at Whistler Village for transfer to the zipline course, where you’ll start by getting suited up in ziplining safety gear. Keep your eyes on the forest floor throughout the tour, as it’s common to see bears, lynx, deer, owls, grouse, and squirrels in the dense forest between Blackcomb Mountain and Whistler.

Choose the Bear Tour, and you’ll fly down five ziplines that range from 200 feet (61 meters) to more than 1,000 feet (305 meters), including a freestyle line which you can even descend upside-down.

On the more challenging Eagle Tour, the zipline course is accessed via the Whistler Gondola, and culminates in a spectacular 2,400-foot (732 mt.) zipline to Whistler Village. Whichever tour you choose, guides will be on hand throughout the experience, and interpretive signs are great for insights into BC animals, plants, and ecology. Both tours conclude at the original departure point.
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Zipline Bear Tour

The tour is well organised and punctual. A total of 5 ziplines to be done. 2 lines of which in case you have underweight kids have to be done as a tandem. (Guides take the kids across). It is all good fun and a sure...More

Thank Jimbabwe69
Reviewed 2 days ago
Bear Tour

This tour was awesome! Took my 9 and 13 yo kids for a family adventure together. We had never been zip lining before and this is the perfect tour for that. They absolutely loved it and we are ready for the bigger lines now. The...More

Thank Jeff M
Reviewed 4 days ago
So Much Fun!

We were a group of 6 with 3 adults and 3 kids ranging in age from 8-17 and we all had so much fun. We did the Bear tour and it was the perfect balance of thrill, exhilaration and fun - plus the views were...More

Thank Northstar45
Reviewed 4 days ago
Eagle tour in the morning followed by Sasquatch in the afternoon - both totally brilliant!

We had a great time spending the day in the trees and thoroughly enjoyed all the zip lines. The guides were very friendly and we felt very safe with everything. Great views and photo opportunities. Very expensive if you want to buy any of the...More

Thank dolphinslb
Reviewed 6 days ago
Mammoth Zipline Adventure

We did the Mammoth Zipline which comprises of 10 different lines, lunch and lovely walks through the forest areas where the smell of the trees is delightfully calming. We have done ziplining in New Zealand and the Colorado area and this one is by far...More

Thank maureenstevens2018
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Lynne P
11 July 2018|
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Response from english4law | Reviewed this property |
It depends on which tour you pick. The short ones are maybe 2 hours. The longest is about 5 hours. Their website has pretty good time estimates for each one.
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Julie R
21 June 2018|
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Response from Maree H | Reviewed this property |
I wore jeans and a fleece and was fine. It can be cool up there in May. I imagine summer is much warmer. Take insect repellent too!
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kbmccoy
20 June 2018|
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Response from Gabriele J |
Hi, upper limit is 275 pounds, lower for solo 65 ponds but under that weight can random with quide if age 6 and up. There is also quite a bit of walking and stair climbing.
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