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Treetop Canopy Walk in Whistler

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  • 1.5- to 2-hour treetop canopy walk in Whistler
  • Walk on wooden bridges suspended 200 feet above the ground
  • Get a bird's-eye perspective of the Whistler forest
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Treetop Canopy Walk in Whistler
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Overview
Capture bird’s-eye views of the forests of Blackcomb and Whistler mountains on this 1.5-hour treetop canopy walk. Keep your feet on solid ground — at a height of 200 feet (61 meters) — and learn from an informative guide about the old-growth and second-generation forests that surround you. For your convenience, shuttles depart from Whistler Village at various times during the day.
What to Expect

Located in the valley dividing Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains, is a place that allows you to walk through the treetops of magnificent cedars, hemlocks and firs. Your guide will point out the difference in forest composition between the ancient, old growth forests and the second generation forests that exist in the area. There is also interpretative signage along the way. This nature walk through the forest canopy is the ideal blend of interactive learning and outdoor adventure exploration that visitors of all ages will enjoy.

Reviews (16)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed 22 October 2018
Treetop Canopy Walk Whistler

From the outset all staff were very professional and gave attention to detail. The guide, Alisa was proficient and delivered all information with facts, fun and catered for different age range in the group. A camera is a must and even on a rainy day...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Anthony T
Reviewed 14 August 2018
TreeTop Tour

The 4 of us had been ziplining in Kauai and Hawaii. This event was different but uses some of the same platforms as the zipliners. I liked the education behind the ecology and the 2010 Winter Olympics. The platforms were much safer than the ones...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank mrsdish
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile
Not up for zipwire?

If you don't fancy or can't do the zip wire then the walk through the trees is a great way to experience the countryside high up in the trees. A few wobbly suspension bridges and the viewing platforms are attached to the trees so move...More

Thank JKtribe
Reviewed 10 August 2018
Treetop Canopy Tour

Myself and family members has just completed this tour today. Was a great experience and designed so all member in your party both young and old are able to participate. Was a welcome relief also due to much cooler temperature in the treetops than the...More

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank Garry M
Reviewed 24 June 2018
Beautiful scenery, unique experience

This is a highly enjoyable activity for the less adventuresome. Wear sturdy shoes and be able to walk on unsteady surfaces and climb several flights of stairs. The locale is gorgeous and we were able to watch zip-liners cross the river. The guide, a young...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Holly C
18 June 2018|
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Response from Garry M | Reviewed this property |
No it is a different tour and they harness you up in the village and a dedicated van takes you up to the launching point. Had done both tours last week while in whistler. They will get you a discount however if you purchase... More
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