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Ziptrek Ecotours

4282 Mountain Sq, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1B4, Canada
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$104.03*
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Whistler Sasquatch Zipline
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$39.52*
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Treetop Canopy Walk in Whistler
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A year-round operation, Ziptrek Ecotours is the North American pioneer of zipline tours. We offer an entertaining combination of high-wire adventure and ecological exploration.Soar between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains on Whistler’s most popular zipline adventure. A total of 11 ziplines are joined by suspension bridges and platforms over 150’ high in the tree canopy. Choose from 4 distinct zipline tours and then fly through the ancient rainforest on the ride of a lifetime! Now home to the longest zipline in all of Canada and the USA - The Sasquatch®! Spanning a mind-blowing distance of over 2 kms in length, you will experience spectacular views and over 7,000 ft of pure eco-exhilaration! Will you take it on?
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“bear tour” (270 reviews)
“mammoth tour” (56 reviews)
“sasquatch line” (23 reviews)
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4282 Mountain Sq, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1B4, Canada
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We booked the eagle tour from Germany by using their website and it worked perfectly. First we took a ride all the way up and walked to the first zipline. If you are a beginner -as I was- you should get mentally and physically prepared....More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

After ziplining at Soaring Colorado in Durango last year I knew that my standards would be hard to meet. My wife, a novice, really enjoyed this. The runs were lengthy and beautiful, the staff was friendly, but the glaring disappointment was that there was almost...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Excellent fun - very informative guides. Felt very safe and secure at all times. Even the rain didn’t stop me from wanting to do it again.

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was my third time ziplining with Ziptrek. This time, we took my 77 year old mother, my 11 year old son, and my 12 year old autistic son. We did the Bear Tour. The guides were fantastic and able to easily accommodate all of...More

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Bette P
April 7, 2017|
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Response from WarrickH | Property representative |
Hi Bette, Lots of good answers & insight here, provided by former Ziptrek guests. Just to clarify a few points, and avoid any possible confusion. Our Eagle tour starts with a gondola ride out of the village (and has some... More
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Clara1276
January 22, 2017|
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Response from WarrickH | Property representative |
Hi Clara, If you call our Guest Services back (604.935.0001), they can accommodate you, since you're really just revising a booking, vs outright cancelling. They can help you make those arrangements. Cheers!
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L0veToTravelAllOver
July 8, 2016|
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Greetings L0veToTravelAllOver, I'm of course slightly biased, but our proprietary braking system allows for a gradual decrease in speed as you enter the landing area, followed by a step or 2 on to a deck, or up small ramp... More
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