Great news for adventure-seekers and height-lovers. B.C.’s stunning Malahat Skywalk is now open for the summer season! Time to explore the treetops of Victoria’s Saanich Inlet from a bird’s-eye-view.

The team at A.Spire by Nature (creators of the Sea to Sky Gondola) collaborated with the Malahat Nation to create a sky-high adventure park fit for agile explorers and folks who like to immerse themselves in unrestricted nature.

Climb the spiral ramp to enjoy beautiful, sweeping views at 250 m above sea level, where you’ll catch glimpses of Mt. Baker, the Saanich Peninsula, and islands in both the U.S. and Canada. Breathe in that fresh coastal air and enjoy the sounds and textures of the forest!

If you feel like taking a quicker route back down from the viewing platform, you can slide down their 20-foot-long spiral slide. Talk about an adventure!

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Located along the Malahat Highway, the Skywalk is approximately 600 metres long and is now open daily between 9:30 am and 5 pm.

The TreeWalk and Spiral Tower are wheelchair & stroller accessible.

Snap a pic for us, folks!

Malahat Skywalk

When: Monday, May 2nd
Where: Malahat Highway, 30 mins north of Victoria