PEAK 2 PEAK & TreeTrek Tour Combo

Receive great savings! This ultimate sightseeing experience combines the TreeTrek tour with a PEAK 2 PEAK gondola sightseeing ticket.

TreeTrek is a 1.5-2 hour guided walking tour, situated in the valley on Blackcomb Mountain. Guests embark on a treetop adevnture - travelling on valley trails and over a series of suspension bridges, boardwalks and platforms high up in the canopy of the Coastal Temperate Rainforest. Some of the rarest rainforest on earth is located right between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains! TreeTrek Canopy Walk reveals how lessons learned from living within a naturally sustainable ecosystem are being applied to make Whistler the most sustainable community in North America.

PEAK 2 PEAK sightseeing tickets can be picked up at the Ziptrek Guest Services desk in the Carleton Lodge. Tickets can be used at any time and are valid until the end of the season during PEAK 2 PEAK hours of operation.

New for 2018: PEAK 2 PEAK tickets include access the Cloudraker Skybridge.

  • Adult (15-64yrs) $79
  • Youth (13-14yrs) $69
  • Senior (65+yrs) $69
  • Child (7-12yrs) $49
  • Tot (6yrs) $29
  • Children 5 and under are free

Please note, this tour can accommodate small children and their oldest guest was a spry 93. Infants enjoy TreeTrek too - in a backpack. If you don't have a backpack, don't worry, they will provide one for you. Just make sure to let them know at the time of your booking as supplies are limited.

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Zipline Package
2-Nights & Zipline Tour
from $105 per person, per night

Valid for arrivals from May 15 - Oct 31, 2018.

Photos & Videos of Whistler Tree Adventures and the PEAK 2 PEAK