Who’s up for an exhilarating ride on Canada’s longest zip line? Adventure enthusiasts can soon get their fix of adrenaline in Whistler by taking on ‘The Sasquatch,’ AKA the longest zip line in both Canada and the U.S.!

Spanning over two kilometres, the thrilling experience takes zip-liners on a journey over breathtaking forest, Fitzsimmons Valley, and two mountaintops, with the highest point 183 metres (600 feet) off the ground!

In terms of speed, zip-liners reach well over 62 miles per hour (100 kilometres per hour).

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Guests first check in at the station set-up on the steps by the Excalibur Gondola in Whistler’s main village, where they’ll be guided through a brief safety training.

Then, they’ll head to the base of Blackcomb where they’ll be fitted for their harnesses and helmets, before proceeding to the zip line’s launch area.

Dates & booking info

Ready to start zipping? Adventurers can take on the ‘monster’ zip line between June 15th and September 22nd by booking the Sasquatch Tour online.

The single zip line experience is priced at $139 per adult and $119 per child, though if you combine two or more Ziptrek tours, you’ll save 15% at checkout.

Note that participants must be aged 10 years or older, and weigh between 75 and 275 pounds.

So there you have it, zip-lining enthusiasts! Are you ready to cross off The Sasquatch from your bucket list?

Ziptrek Whistler 

When: June 15th to September 22nd
Where: Whistler Blackcomb
Cost: $139 per adult, $119 per child