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Whistler Sasquatch Zipline

Highlights
  • 1.5-hour Sasquatch zipline experience in Whistler
  • With help from a guide, attach your harness to the zipline and zoom down Blackcomb Mountain
  • Descend 7,000 feet (2,133 meters) at top speed and enjoy hair-raising thrills
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Whistler Sasquatch Zipline
From US$106.10
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Overview
Test your nerve on Canada’s longest zipline on this 1.5-hour Sasquatch zipline adventure in Whistler. Following a safety briefing with a guide, harness up to the zipline and let yourself go! During your 7,000-foot (2,133-meter) descent, zoom at top speed down the face of Blackcomb Mountain, and take in spectacular views over the forests, lakes, peaks, rivers and glacier. At the bottom, disconnect from the zipline with a smile of exhilaration on your face and watch as your friends whizz down.
What to Expect
Welcome to the longest zipline in Canada and the United States. This thrilling adventure begins at Upper Blackcomb Village at the Ziptrek kiosk/tent.

Taking on the Sasquatch starts by checking in and then meeting the guide in the Upper Village. All guests have the option of a free GoPro for the duration of their tour, which is provided when checking in. If interested in purchasing the SD card, it can be arranged following the tour. The group will then take a short van ride (September to October) or the Wizard Chair Lift up Blackcomb Mountain to the set-up area. Guests will harness here and have a quick safety chat before being transported approximately five minutes to the Sasquatch zipline.

Guides will be waiting at each line ready to attach guests onto one of two side-by-side ziplines. The guides will explain everything, including taking a few steps down the stairs to wait. Acceleration happens very quickly, so just hold on (or let go) and enjoy the rush. Approximately two thirds of the way across, there will be a decrease in speed. This is the chance to really take in the amazing views of the mountains, village, lakes, rivers, forest, and glacier. Enjoy the remaining time on the zipline since it will be rolling into the slow-braking mechanism shortly, where more guides are waiting to disconnect passengers. The zip will take approximately 60 to 90 seconds.

Don't worry if the legs are feeling a little wobbly. That's normal. It's just the amazing adrenaline rush. From the viewing platform, watch as friends come across next. Once everyone from the group has zipped, there will be a short trail hike to download on the Whistler Village Gondola to Whistler Village, deharness and onto your next Whistler adventure.  

GoPro footage can be purchased once in Whistler Village.
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Awesome!

My husband & I brought our teen granddaughters to Whistler and we booked the Sasquatch tour. What an adventure, it was so much fun! Thrilling ride, could have done it more than once! Our guide Freddie was the best, gave us a little history and...More

Thank livininbigD
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Check your own equipment!

I did both the Sasquatch and Eagle tours. Firstly the Sasquatch was excellent. The guide was super helpful and the zip line was a heap of fun. I came back later in the day to do the Eagle tour, while harnessing up I was checking...More

Thank Aido H
Reviewed 2 days ago
Amazingly fun!

We loved this experience and it's definitely worth it to pay a bit more to do the Peak to Peak on the way up. Our guide was awesome - sorry can't remember her name, but she was from New Zealand. She was so kind and...More

Thank Lori W
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
AmazingTour

When we first arrived there were no signs where you were supposed to go if you are going to Sasquatch Zipline as their desk is located down the stairs and we stood in line for 15 mins. Once we arrived we were able to check...More

1  Thank FAtraveller333
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Sasquatch

This was good fun, however make sure you do the other zip lines first as a warm up to ensure you are willing to make the leap. While it is fast, you get better value for money out of the other lines and get to...More

Thank Craig L
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