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Whistler Superfly Ziplines

Highlights
  • Whiz along the longest zipline route in Canada
  • Enjoy the zipline in tandem with a buddy, with all equipment included
  • Panoramic views over the forests and rivers of Whistler
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Whistler Superfly Ziplines
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Overview
The Canadian resort of Whistler is famous for its snow-covered slopes, but you don’t need skis to get some thrills. On this tour, take to the skies on a high-altitude zipline adventure, reaching speeds of up to 62 mph (100 kph) on Canada’s longest track. Enjoy views over the rainforests and rivers, and embrace Canada’s great outdoors. Included equipment plus round-trip travel from Whistler makes for a hassle-free adventure.
What to Expect
Following pickup at Fairmont Chateau or Four Seasons Hotel in Whistler Village, relax on the way out to the zipline base on Cougar Mountain. You’ll enjoy views of the British Columbia wilderness en route.
At the base, listen as your guide explains safety details. Then, hook up with a buddy and begin your zipline adventure! The course takes three hours to complete, and takes you along Canada’s longest zipline track at speeds of up to 62 mph (100 kph).
You’ll fly high over Whistler’s temperate rainforests and surging rivers. Spot native wildlife in the treetops, and enjoy a complete immersion in the Canadian mountain wilderness.
After your thrilling ride, get some rest on the return journey to your departure point in Whistler.
Please note: Over the winter months, transport to and from Whistler is via heated snowcat.
Reviews (81)
1 - 5 of 57 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome experience suitable for all ages

Three generations of our family did it (15-68yrs) and we had a superb experience together as a family, highly recommend it and the company as they were very helpful and well natured especially at the actual Ziplining area :) Hamish and Lochie (Australians) were so...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Vacation369909
Reviewed 7 December 2018
Amazing activity - the best team

Thank you so much all the superfly team, its a pleasure to spend a day doing something so fun with people, who are obviously happy with their job and they know what they are doing. It was amazing and you guys are professionals.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank BarboraV24
Reviewed 17 November 2018
Adventure of a Lifetime

It is a definite MUST DO! Honestly if you've ever thought of it, JUST DO IT! It doesn't take as much courage as one may think. I would never bungee jump or parachute, but this is a surprisingly calming flying effect of an adventure! No...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank smile317
Reviewed 30 September 2018
Dangerous. Poorly engineered. No break. Avoid!

I've done numerous ziplines in other places. This was the first one without a break. Users just crash into the emergency stop springs. It's probably fine for kids and small adults, but full size men should avoid it. On the fastest line, the momentum whipped...More

Date of experience: July 2018
1  Thank JamesBabb
TAGWhistler, Manager at The Adventure Group, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2018

Hi JamesBabb, Thanks for taking the time to provide feedback on your ziplining experience and I’m really sorry to hear that you left with an injury. How is it now? Do you recall which zipline it was on? Did you make the guide aware so...More

Reviewed 28 September 2018
Wow, worth it.

I admit that I was pretty worried after reading about the zip line that was 500 m high and from one mountain to another and that you would go 100 km/hour. But once I was off and going, it was easy and super fun. The...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank CanadianinBatonRouge
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Response from Bibby52 | Reviewed this property |
The best way to answer this question is to email the company directly. The email address is on the Superfly Ziplines webpage--sorry I'm not allowed to add it here. They are pretty good in responding. If you are able to go... More
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