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Suspended Thrills: Vancouver’s 8 Best Ziplining Spots

Best Ziplining Spots in Vancouver
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Did you know that 72 countries and six continents in the world have ziplines? Some of ’em is right here in Vancity! From mountain views to lush forests, we’re diving into the best ziplining spots in the city. 

Join us as we navigate the heights and discover the exhilaration of ziplining in Vancouver. Read on for an adrenaline-pumping journey!

Grouse Mountain Zip Lines


Address: Grouse Mountain Lodge, North Vancouver, BC V7R 4K9, Canada

Contact details: 604-980-9311

Maximum height: 200 feet 

Duration: 2 hours

Best Time to Go: between June and October

The Grouse Mountain Zip Lines is definitely one of the most popular spots for ziplining in Vancouver. The views of the city, the bridges, the bay, and the islands are just mind-blowing.

Basically, you’re in for a 2-hour guided tour where you’ll cruise through five ziplines. All of them are dual-line, so you can zip alongside your buddy or a family member.

And get this, you’ll be zooming through the mountain peaks at crazy speeds, hitting up to 80kmph! It’s a total game-changer, trust us. Plus, keep your eyes peeled when you’re up there – you might spot some wildlife, like bears chilling below.

Pro tip:Don’t forget to “bullet” by keeping your legs together and hands by your side for the last part of the zipline, or you might get stuck! 

Ziptrek Ecotours


Address: 4282 Mountain Square, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4, Canada

Contact details: +1 604-935-0001

Maximum height: 600 feet

Duration: 2.5 – 3 hours

Best Time to Go: All-year round

Nestled in Whistler, Ziptrek Ecotours hooks you up with four awesome zipline adventures: Eagle, Winter Apres, Bear, and the Sasquatch. They’ve got something for everyone, no matter your age or skill level.

Our top pick? The Eagle tour. It’s a solid 3-hour journey featuring 5 zips, from getting strapped into harnesses to hopping on the gondola and even a few chats about the area’s ecology. Even if you’re not a zipline pro, this is the one for you.

And let us tell you, the views are next level – we’re talking stunning panoramas of the village, deep gorges, and an overall jaw-dropping landscape.

Pro tip:
Make sure to secure your spot well ahead of time to snag the day and time you’re aiming for.

Greenheart TreeWalk


Address: Campbell Building, 6804 SW Marine Dr, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1, Canada

Contact details: +1 604-690-3895

Maximum height: 60 feet

Duration: 20 minutes

Best Time to Go: between April to October

The Greenheart TreeWalk is like a high-flying adventure through the treetops, thanks to its canopy walkway – an elevated trail system that lets you explore the upper reaches of the forest. 

The botanical gardens were a delightful stroll, especially when you pass through the tunnel to the other side. They’ve set up the gardens in a truly picturesque manner. 

It’s not just thrilling; it’s also super safe, surrounded by netting on both sides. The experience was a blast, and the views were absolutely mind-blowing. The best part is, you can take on the course at your own pace.

Pro tip:
When you’re snapping pics up in the canopy, it’s easier if you find a good spot to stand still. But, make sure to grab onto both sides of the ropes.

Wild Play Maple Ridge


Address: 23485 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge, BC V4R 2S6, Canada

Contact details: +1 855-595-2251

Maximum height: 40 feet

Duration: 30 minutes or so

Best Time to Go: from February to March

This thrilling 40 feet plunge starts off with you climbing up a rope ladder and onto a wooden platform. From there, you’ll be tethered to a jump line.  While the scenery might not be as scenic, the upside is zooming through lush forests.

Wild Play Maple Ridge is a thrill-seeker’s paradise with 12 ziplines, 45 aerial adventure games, and a daring 40-foot jump. Our top pick? The aerial adventure course.

Picture this: a mix of zip-lining and confidence-testing trials that are an absolute blast. Choose between easy and challenging levels – there’s something for everyone looking for a good time.

Pro tip:
They’ve got an off-leash dog park too! Perfect for letting your furry pals run wild and free.

Superfly Ziplines


Address: Sixteen Mile Creek Forest Service Rd, Whistler, BC V0N 1B8, Canada

Contact details: +1 855-824-9955

Maximum height: 600 feet

Duration: 3 hours

Best Time to Go: around June to September

Superfly Ziplines’ courses are a thrill-seeker’s dream, featuring 4 zip lines that weave their way between Rainbow Mountain and Cougar Mountain. Two of them are high and expansive, one is a speedy, super-steep descent, and the last one is a long, leisurely ride.

The views are nothing short of spectacular, offering glimpses of majestic mountains and a surreal experience when soaring through the clouds. Plus, you’ve got the freedom to choose your pace.

What’s even more impressive is their customer-focused approach. They’ve got you covered with everything you need to stay dry and warm. And, as the cherry on top, they serve up hot chocolate at the home base to keep you toasty at the end.

Pro tip:
Request that one of their employees record your descent; they are more than happy to oblige!



Address: 2034c Gillespie Rd, Sooke, BC V9Z 0Z2, Canada

Contact details: +1 250-642-1933

Maximum height: 150 feet

Duration: 2 hours

Best Time to Go: March through October

AdrenaLINE takes the zip lining experience to the next level, allowing you to zip at a thrilling 60km/hr while soaring up to 150 feet above the ground. 

Brace yourself for an adventure on eight scenic ziplines, ranging from a cool 200 feet to an unforgettable 1000 feet.

Everyone had a blast, from cruising in various vehicles to reach the tops of the course. The main ziplines are cleverly woven through the trees, offering a varied course with different lengths and speeds. 

But let us tell you, the real showstopper was the Big Zip. You get to zip down across treetops and spectacular views of the Sooke Basin. 

Pro tip:
We strongly advise you not to drive because traffic is terrible, and they can pick you up from wherever you are staying.

WestCoast WILD Zipline


Address: 51861 Pacific Rim Hwy, Alberni-Clayoquot, BC V0R 2Z0, Canada

Contact details: +1 877-992-9453

Maximum height: 25 feet

Duration: 2 hours

Best Time to Go: June through September

WestCoast WILD Zipline is an adventure through a mystical ancient rainforest and a steep, narrow canyon carved from solid stone. 

Picture yourself flying through BC’s Kennedy River canyon, with the roar of whitewater and the enchanting backdrop of a rainforest.

The zipline experience was breathtaking. You not only soak in the gorgeous views from the zipline platforms but also get to learn about the rich history and stories of the area from the knowledgeable guides.

The real gem of this zipline tour? Without a doubt, it’s the wealth of First Nations stories and history that the guides share along the way. 

Pro tip:
They’ve got a knack for capturing awesome moments on the zipline but it’s $12 for a photo, so maybe bring your own phone to snap pics or ask one of their staff to take some for you.

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