Whistler Zipline Tours

  • Fly through the forest on an exhilarating high wire adventure – no experience required!
  • Glide over spectacular creeks and through majestic old-growth trees on a guided tour
  • Learn about Whistler's ecology and wildlife and laugh out loud with the whole family
  • Feel free as a bird with high quality safety systems and expert supervision

Whistler Zipline Tours

Call Toll Free 1.800.944.7853 to confirm reservations within 48 hours of tour time.

Falcon Tour
Soar like a falcon over the Fitzsimmons Valley between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. This tour features 3 different ziplines, including a 2400 ft zipline with a 30-storey descent, perfect for anyone who wants a heart-pounding adventure!
From $129 per person

Superfly Ziplines
Superfly combines the exhilarating feeling of soaring through the air with the breathtaking beauty of Cougar Mountain and the Whistler Valley.
From $155 per person

Eagle Tour
Take flight with the Eagle Tour on the five longest and fastest ziplines! This tour features five different ziplines, including a monster 2,400-foot zipline with a 30-storey descent.
From $159 per person

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Zipline Information & FAQ's

What is the difference between Ziptrek Ecotours and Superfly Ziplines?

Ziptrek is the original zipline tour company in Whistler. Ziptrek tours take place over the Fitzsimmons Valley between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. This tour starts and ends right in the heart of Whistler Village. Guides provide information on the local ecosystem and Ziptrek uses “free range harnesses” so you can lean back and go upside down safely and in comfort.

Superfly Ziplines are located about a 10-minute drive north of Whistler Village in the Cougar Mountain area. Superfly Ziplines use a sit in harness and they have a unique system that allows two guests to ride side-by-side, each on their own cable.

What should I wear?

During the summer months (May to October), wear comfortable, supportive athletic or hiking shoes. Open-toed shoes, sandals and dress shoes are not permitted. Wear comfortable clothing appropriate for the weather.

During the winter, we recommend wearing layers of outdoor clothing. Generally we suggest wearing the same thing you would wear skiing or snowboarding.

Can I bring a backpack?

You will not be able to bring a backpack or any other baggage on tour with you. You will be wearing a full-body harness and backpacks will interfere with this harness. In addition, we do not want anyone to lose or drop anything while ziplining! Please leave all personal belongings at your hotel, small item storage is available for Ziptrek Ecotours guests. Free lockers are available for Superfly guests.

Can I bring a camera?

Yes! If you have a camera or small video recording device you can bring it with you. We recommend having a wrist or neck strap so that you can attach it to yourself when ziplining. Go Pro / Contour-style helmet cameras are permitted and do fit securely on the helmets, provided you bring the accessory straps required.

Do tours run in the winter and in the rain?

With the exception of The Sasquatch® Tour, Ziptrek Ecotours run all year long in all weather conditions.

Superfly Ziplines winter season starts mid-December and runs daily until mid-April. Superfly Ziplines and Treetops Adventures are open daily in summer from May until mid-October.

Tours run rain, snow, or shine! Please check the weather and dress appropriately for your tour. Generally, the weather in the Village reflects the weather on course. Refunds will not be given in the event of rain.

Health, safety and physical requirements:

Ziptreks minimum weight requirement is 65 lbs / 30 kg to a maximum of 275 lbs / 125 kg. *Minimum weight for the Eagle Tour and Sasquatch® Tour is 75 lbs / 32 kg.

Superfly Ziplines: Minimum of 7 years old and 60 lbs; maximum weight of 250 lbs. People with severe neck, back or other injuries are not recommended to participate.

Guests should be prepared for light physical exertion - the tour includes several flights of stairs and some hiking.

Smoking, drugs or alcohol are not permitted on any tour at any time.

Ziplining is not permitted for women who are pregnant.

Ziptrek Ecotours FAQs

Where do I meet for the tour?

The Ziptrek check in location is at the Ziptrek Outfitting Base, located at the base of the Excalibur Gondola, opposite the Dubh Linn Gate Pub (Whistler Village).

How long is the tour?

Ziptreks Falcon Tour duration is 1.5 - 2 hours roundtrip. Ziptreks Sasquatch® tour is 1.5 hours roundtrip.

Superfly Ziplines FAQs

Where do I meet for the tour?

Check in at our Cougar Mountain Base at your scheduled activity departure time. Follow Google Maps or Waze to Cougar Mountain Road, Whistler BC, just a 10 minute drive from Whistler Village. After turning off the highway, a short uphill drive through the forest will take you to the basecamp.

How long is the tour?

Superfly Ziplines tour time is 2.5 hours roundtrip.

2-Night Stay & Zipline Tour
from $143 per person, per night

Combine one of Whistler’s most popular adventure tours with accommodation and save! Package available on arrivals from June 26 – Oct 31, 2020.

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