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Zipline Adventure in Whistler

  • Choose your challenge: two exciting zipline options
  • Get aerial views of temperate rainforest and peaks
  • Multiple departure times available for your convenience
Zipline Adventure in Whistler
From US$80.44
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12pm Bear TourMost Popular
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 11:45am.
From US$96.69
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.
From US$121.06
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.
From US$121.06
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Soar above lush rainforest and whitewater rapids on a Whistler zipline tour that’s a thrilling way to experience BC’s rugged Fitzsimmons Range. Ride 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-meter) zipline that stretches all the way to Whistler village. Pick from multiple departure times to best suit your schedule.
What to Expect

Meet a driver at Whistler Village for transfer to the zipline course, where you’ll start by getting suited up in 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 to fly down five ziplines that range from 200 feet (61 meters) to more than 1,000 feet (305 meters), including a freestyle line that allows you to 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-meter) 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.
Reviews (233)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent Zip Line Company in Whistler

Ziptrek Ecotours gave us a great experience. We did the Eagle tour which involves 5 zip lines. There is a longer one that you can do with 10 lines as well, but this was great for us for a morning adventure. If you have never...More

Thank kris-goes-places
Reviewed 1 week ago
Never too old!

My wife and I are early and late 60's and had never been zip lining, so we wanted to see if we would survive! It was a "peak" experience... we hobbled along the interesting treks between lines, and were treated so nicely and patiently by...More

Thank teelsmiles
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
This company and their trips are excellent

My partner and I did the Mammoth Tour (which is the Bear and Eagle Combined) and then finished off the day on the Sasquatch Tour so did all of ZipTreks ziplines available 10 or 11 all up and had soooooo much fun! Our day started...More

Thank 830laurenr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Zipping Through the Forest

Yesterday we zip lined the Eagle with Sam & Amanda. We are two couples 50+ and all first time zip liners. My friend & I are very scared of heights & are very proud of ourselves for achieving what we did. Sam & Amanda reassured...More

Thank micjonvis
Reviewed 11 October 2018
Beautiful views, great fun

We went for the bear tour. I even enjoyed the van ride up as the guide was talking about fun facts in the area (types of wildlife etc). I am not one for heights and my risk tolerance is fairly low but I was using...More

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13 September 2018|
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Response from Anita G | Reviewed this property |
If your girls are a bit timid, do the bear one. If they like a more exciting adventure then the eagle.
Malini S
15 August 2018|
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Response from 2OldSalts | Reviewed this property |
I agree that once you’ve done Eagle or any variety of zips, Sasquatch isn’t as much fun as being in the tree canopy. Life is about the journey, not the destination. The same can be said about a day in the mountains. Take... More
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.