Ziplining & Bungee Jumping
Ziplining (Toshi Kawano photo)
Whistler boasts some of the world’s highest and longest ziplines, and offers stunning views of old-growth forests with trees up to 800 years old.
There are two local operators: the centrally located Ziptrek Ecotours, and The Adventure Group (TAG), located at nearby Cougar Mountain (free shuttle service available from Whistler Village).
For the ultimate adrenaline rush, head to the Bungee Zone in Whistler, British Columbia's highest and most pristine year-round bungee jumping site. Set on a new pedestrian bridge, Whistler Bungee is one of two licensed bungee jumping spots in British Columbia.
Ziptrek Ecotours offers 10 ziplines in total, divided into two 5-line tours. The gentler Bear Tour includes lines up to 335m/1,100ft; the steeper Eagle Tour includes lines up to 610m/2,000ft with a drop of more than 20 stories. Tours operate between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, high above Fitzsimmons Creek.
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