Ziplining & Bungee Jumping
Ziplining (Toshi Kawano photo)
Ziplining in the Kootenay Rockies region is all about combining adrenaline with mountain views.
Zipline from a tree-top adventure course with dramatic views of the Rocky Mountains or head to a heli-hiking lodge in the Purcell Mountains for a truly aerial adventure.
Ziplining near Golden
Golden is the base for two ziplining companies. With Awesome All-Season Adventures (based out of Alberta, but offers a pick-up shuttle service from Golden), zip from 40m/131ft high, down a mountainside and across the majestic Kicking Horse River. Try the dual ziplines to zip side-by-side with a friend and reach speeds of up to 70km/43mi per hour.
CMH Summer Adventures offers a zipline course at its Bobbie Burns lodge, a remote heli-skiing/heli-hiking mountainside lodge. Take a break from skiing or hiking and try a hand at ziplining across canyons and over surging rapids.
Ziplining near Revelstoke
SkyTrek Adventure Park in Revelstoke combines ziplines with other elements in a high ropes course for a fun and challenging tree-top adventure. Zip through the canopy forest, or be tested on suspended bridges, swinging logs, ladders and nets. Learn about the ecology of trees, too – SkyTrek’s adventure course uses only arborist-approved trees and environmentally sensitive methods.
Ziplining near Fernie
Fernie Alpine Resort combines zipling with their Aerial Playground. Participants can zip through the forest or take a leap of faith and test their nerves on the aerial course which features 16 sections that are 18m/60 ft above the forest floor.
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- Age, weight, height and health restrictions vary by company, so be sure to check in advance, especially when travelling with children.
- Ziplines in British Columbia are licensed by the BC Safety Authority.
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