Zipline Tours

Zip-trekking over Whistler involves moving from treetop to treetop while attached to a cable via a full-body harness. The harnesses attach to a zip pulley via two tethers (one main and one backup) that hang suspended from a half inch galvanized cable. The cable trail is connected to landing platforms. The series of cable cords and suspension bridges move riders over gaping gorges and ice framed rivers. Ziptrek gives guests exclusive access to areas of rare and untouched ancient coastal temperate rainforest. All this only minutes away from Whistler Village.

Ziplining is a year-round high-flying adventure. Whistler features five zipline adventures from which to choose, brought to you by Ziptrek and The Adventure Group. Review your options below and book with us to save on your next adventure.

Bear Tour
Ziptrek Ecotours

This is Ziptrek’s legendary and original tour! Zip over the valley between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains while experiencing stunning aerial vistas above Fitzsimmons Creek.

Eagle Tour
Ziptrek Ecotours

Fly like an eagle over the Fitzsimmons Valley between Whistler and Blackcomb Mtns. This tour features 5 different ziplines, perfect for those who wants a heart-pounding adventure.

Mammoth Tour
Ziptrek Ecotours

Go big or go home! The ten-zipline Mammoth tour combines both the Bear and Eagle tours, with a delicious meal provided halfway through at a rustic Aframe cabin.

The Sasquatch™
Ziptrek Ecotours

What more can we say? This is the ultimate zipline experience. Spanning a mind-blowing distance of +2 Kms, you will experience spectacular views and 7000 feet of pure exhilaration!

Twilight Tour
Ziptrek Ecotours

Experience the thrill of the night, ziplining on the newly enhanced Twilight Tour!

Superfly Ziplines
The Adventure Group

Superfly lets you experience the exhilarating feeling of soaring through the air while enjoying the breathtaking beauty of Cougar Mountain.

Treetrek Canopy Walk
Ziptrek Ecotours

Journey high among the treetops on a spectacular network of suspension bridges, suspended stairways, boardwalks and trails on the TreeTrek Canopy Walk.