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Whistler Superfly Ziplines

  • Experience speeds of up to 62 mph (100kph) on the largest 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
Whistler Superfly Ziplines
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4pm Winter Superfly Ziplines
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9am Winter Superfly Ziplines
Departs at 9am
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10am Summer Superfly Ziplines
10:00 AM departure for Superfly Ziplines. May 1 - Oct. 31.
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The Canadian resort of Whistler is famous for its snow-covered slopes, but you don’t always need skis to enjoy yourself. On this tour, take to the skies on a high-altitude zipline adventure with a buddy and reach speeds of up to 62 mph (100kph) on Canada’s largest track. Enjoy amazing views over the rainforests and rivers, and embrace Canada’s great outdoors—with all equipment plus round-trip travel from Whistler included.
What to Expect
Following a pickup in Whistler Village, at the Fairmont Chateau or the Four Seasons Hotel, meet your guide and transfer out to the zipline base on Cougar Mountain. Along the way, enjoy fine views over the British Columbia wilderness.

On arrival at the base, climb into your harness and listen as your guide explains the safety details. Then, hook up with a buddy and begin your zipline adventure! The course takes three hours to complete, and takes participants along Canada’s largest zipline track at speeds of up to 62 mph (100kph).

Cross the network of trails and boardwalks along the route, and 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.

When you reach the end of your zipline course, relax in comfort 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.
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1 - 5 of 16 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Great Day of Superflying!

We selected Superfly ziplnes because the harnessing is more stable and you spend more time flying instead of walking and climbing up stairs. The best for older people and everyone else! We were met by our crew after we got an ATV ride up the...More

Thank ahendren
Reviewed 3 days ago
Zipline for more than a kilometer

Wonderful experience. Friendly and competent crew. I am afraid of heights, so I was a bit nervous before the first, 1.2 km long, but the sling gave me the additional level of comfort I needed. Only one fly in the ointment. They kept us waiting...More

Thank SJ1960
Reviewed 4 days ago
Awesome Zipline tour!

My friends I went on the Zipline tour with Superfly last November (I am just catching up on the reviews now). We had an absolutely amazing time! We were lucky with the weather, it was a nice sunny day and the views were just fabulous!...More

Thank Nadeche A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Zipline into the abyss

We had a great day with Superfly Ziplines. There was some high cloud and our first run went right into it. It felt and looked surreal. The guys running our group were professional but fun. We had my 7 year old nephew with us and...More

1  Thank erindarin
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great value, amazing staff, and overall fun for all ages

We had an awesome time as a group of 8--4 kids and 4 adults--at Superfly Ziplines this weekend. Our three guides were all fantastic--very enthusiastic, supportive, and fun. Everything from the smooth bus ride, to the fun and bumpy ATV ride, to the adrenaline-filled ziplines...More

Thank Ziggy_Z_71
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