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Whistler: The Longest ZIpline in North America

1. Whistler: The Longest ZIpline in North America

Meet your professional tour guide in Whistler. Gear up for your adventure and then ride the gondola. Hop off the gondola and take a short shuttle van to the launch area. Feel your adrenaline pumping as you zip over 2 kilometers between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Take in the incredible views of the Fitzsimmons Valley. Finally, land on firm ground again near the mid-mountain area of Whistler. Ride the Whistler Gondola back down to the main village.

Vancouver: Sea to Sky Gondola and Whistler Day Trip

2. Vancouver: Sea to Sky Gondola and Whistler Day Trip

Ride the Sea to Sky Gondola, explore Whistler Village and admire the natural wonders in between on this 10-hour adventure that departs from Vancouver. Feel in awe of the ever-changing landscapes along the Sea to Sky Highway. There will be a pit stop to marvel at the 335-meter-high Shannon Falls. Ride the famous Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish, an outdoor paradise for climbers and backcountry adventurers. The gondola takes you to Habrich Ridge, where you will have 90 minutes to take in breathtaking views of the mountains, coastal rainforest, and network of inlets of Howe Sound. Pass the quaint town of Squamish and the Tantalus Glacier while continuing the journey to Whistler. Once there, spend an afternoon exploring downtown shops and cafes. Located at the base of Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort, home of the 2010 Olympics, you will be able to take advantage of the surrounding hiking trails.

Whistler: The Sea to Sky Helicopter Tour and Glacier Landing

3. Whistler: The Sea to Sky Helicopter Tour and Glacier Landing

Discover the astonishing beauty of Whistler and the surrounding area on this scenic helicopter flight. After meeting your professional pilot and getting comfy in a helicopter, get ready to take in incredible views. During your 42 minutes in the air, see the famous Whistler Blackcomb Resort, the turquoise green Cheakamus Lake, Garibaldi Lake, and fly over the spectacular mountain top with a view of Black Tusk Peak. Feel the cold icy snow with both feet as you enjoy a 15-minute landing to savor a magnificent glacier viewing, if weather conditions allow. This landing experience offers absolutely amazing views. After your scenic flight, you will return to the Whistler Heliport.

Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Bear Tour

4. Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Bear Tour

Meet and gear up with your professional tour guides to begin, then hop into a quick shuttle taking you to your 33-acre playground in the valley between Whistler and the Blackcomb Mountains. Enjoy up-close views of the 2010 Olympic Bobsled and Luge track on your way up to our zipline course. Take a walk on a Suspension Bridge to say hello to 'Big Doug,' the oldest Douglas Fur tree on site and then get zipping. This tour takes you on a series of four ziplines from 400 to 1100 ft in the heart of the old growth rainforest, zig zagging from the Blackcomb to Whistler mountains over Fitzsimmons Creek. You will also get to learn about the local ecology and community of Whistler along the way. This tour is perfect for groups, families and mellow zippers!

Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Eagle Tour

5. Whistler Zipline Experience: Ziptrek Eagle Tour

Meet your professional and fun tour guides in Whistler Village then get geared up for your adventure. This tour is accessed via the Whistler Village Gondola with a short walk to the first zipline launching at an elevation of 3,280 feet (1,000m) right on Whistler mountain. From here, your adventure continues with 5 breathtaking ziplines and 4 treetop bridges. The first zipline is side-by-side so you can zip next to a friend and the last zipline brings you right back into Whistler Village. This tour is perfect if you've ziplined before or crave an adrenaline rush!

Vancouver: Floatplane Transfer between Vancouver & Whistler

6. Vancouver: Floatplane Transfer between Vancouver & Whistler

Make your way from Vancouver to Whistler via seaplane. Soar over Lions Gate Bridge and arrive at your destination in just 45 minutes. Be sure to check in 25 minutes prior to departure at the Vancouver Harbour Floatplane Centre and take in the organized commotion of the busy working harbor. Located right along Vancouver’s iconic seawall, the terminal features a passenger lounge with panoramic views of Stanley Park and the North Shore mountains, a gift shop, and the fully licensed Cockpit Café. While waiting for your flight, make use of the complimentary amenities, such as WiFi, newspapers, mobile device charging stations, coffee, tea, fruit, and baked goods. Then, board a classic de Havilland seaplane and take off on your flight. After 40 minutes in the air, your pilot will make a quick landing on Whistler's glacial-fed Green Lake, next to the Whistler and Blackcomb Resort. Enjoy access to the Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery restaurant, which features Whistler's most scenic patio. From there, hop on the complimentary shuttle bus and get whisked to your destination in Whistler Village. Drop off your luggage, and spend a full day exploring the village. This seaplane transfer is also available to book in the opposite direction, from Whistler to Vancouver.

Whistler: 24-Minute Scenic Helicopter Flight

7. Whistler: 24-Minute Scenic Helicopter Flight

Board the helicopter at the Whistler Heliport and take off on a scenic 24-minute flight. Soar up to 7000 feet in the air for fantastic panoramic views. During the tour, see beautiful landscapes with accompanying onboard commentary from your pilot. Admire the views of Garibaldi Lake and Cheakamus Lake, with their turquoise green waters. Fly over Whistler Blackcomb Resort Provincial Park and be amazed by the majestic mountains mountain peaks, such as Black Tusk Peak. Then, return to the Whistler Heliport.

Canadian Rockies 7–Day National Parks Group Tour

8. Canadian Rockies 7–Day National Parks Group Tour

Day 1: Seattle to Kamloops Kamloops British Columbia is abundant with stunning scenery and great wildlife . Cougars, bears, elk, and more inhabit the Thomson River Valley. Stop for a short walk and picnic at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park.  Day 2: Yoho National Park Explore trails around the magnificent Emerald Lake or simply relax in the lakeshore cafe and enjoy the views. Drive along the Kicking Horse Pass across the Continental Divide into Alberta. Enjoy panoramic vistas of peaks exceeding 10,000 feet on Rogers Pass at the summit in Canada's Glacier National Park en route to Banff, your night stop. Day 3:  Banff National Park - Lake Louise Lake Louise is an alpine lake known for its stunning turquoise glacier-fed waters, surrounded by high peaks and overlooked by a stately chateau. Multiple hiking trails lead to the Lake Agnes Tea House for bird's-eye views of the lake. Take a hike to the Plain-of-Six-Glaciers, take it easy exploring the lakeshore or choose to canoe on these pristine waters. Visit Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, at an elevation of approximately 6,183 feet, for some epic photos. Day 4: Icefields Parkway Spend the day driving and exploring the Icefields Parkway. This drive offers endless vistas, jagged mountains, glaciers and wildlife viewing opportunities. Enjoy short walks, views of Bow Glacier and Peyto lake, take an optional helicopter flight over the Columbia Icefield, or strap on some crampons and step out onto the Athabasca glacier. Day 5: Jasper National Park Enjoy Canada's largest National Park, Jasper. Marvel at the snowcapped summits and beautiful lakes in this true wild mountain wilderness. Jasper offers an abundance of wildlife sightings, jagged mountain peaks, alpine lakes and numerous hiking and biking opportunities. Choose to visit Miette hot springs, or hike/bike the famous trails around stunning lakeshores. After a full day of activities, follow the Yellowhead Highway, hugging the mighty North Thompson River to your night stop of Cleawater BC. See the base of 12,972-foot Mount Robson (the highest point in the Canadian Rockies) and maybe catch a glimpse of the infamous peak en route. Day 6: Whistler and Vancouver On to the alpine resort of Whistler, nestled at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Today is yours to explore all that Whistler has to offer. Enjoy spectacular scenery and incredible photo opportunities as you explore this ski town, home of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Drive the spectacular Sea to Sky highway for your evening in Vancouver. Day 7: Vancouver and Seattle This morning, tour Vancouver, including the waterfront, Gas lamp district, Chinatown, and Stanley Park. Head to Seattle for a your evening downtown or drop off at the departure hotel.

Victoria: Floatplane Transfer between Victoria and Whistler

9. Victoria: Floatplane Transfer between Victoria and Whistler

Delight in a quick and scenic transfer from Victoria to Whistler by seaplane. Check-in at the floating Seaplane Airport located along Victoria's iconic Inner Harbour, then relax and take in the organized commotion of the busy working harbor. While waiting for your flight, make use of the complimentary amenities at the terminal, such as WiFi, newspapers, mobile device charging stations, coffee, tea, fruit, and baked goods. Next, board a classic de Havilland seaplane to Whistler. Ascend for bird’s-eye views of the clusters of the Gulf Islands, dotted with beaches, forests, and fields of gold and green, before flying over Garibaldi Park and watching the numerous mountain ranges go by your window. After 60 minutes in the air, your pilot will make a quick landing on Whistler's glacial-fed Green Lake, next to the Whistler and Blackcomb Resort. Before heading into the village, make a pit stop on the patio at the golf course next door for a spectacular dining view. From there, hop aboard a complimentary shuttle bus that whisks you to your destination in Whistler Village. This trip is also available in the opposite direction, from Whister to Victoria.

Canada 7–Day National Parks Camping Tour from Seattle

10. Canada 7–Day National Parks Camping Tour from Seattle

Day 1: Seattle to Kamloops Kamloops British Columbia is abundant with stunning scenery and great wildlife . Cougars, bears, elk, and more inhabit the Thomson River Valley. Stop for a short walk and picnic at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park. Spend your evening under the stars with your provided camping equipment. Day 2: Yoho National Park Explore trails around the magnificent Emerald Lake or simply relax in the lakeshore cafe and enjoy the views. Drive along the Kicking Horse Pass across the Continental Divide into Alberta. Enjoy panoramic vistas of peaks exceeding 10,000 feet on Rogers Pass at the summit in Canada's Glacier National Park en route to Banff, where you will spend your night camping. Day 3:  Banff National Park - Lake Louise Lake Louise is an alpine lake known for its stunning turquoise glacier-fed waters, surrounded by high peaks and overlooked by a stately chateau. Multiple hiking trails lead to the Lake Agnes Tea House for bird's-eye views of the lake. Take a hike to the Plain-of-Six-Glaciers, take it easy exploring the lakeshore or choose to canoe on these pristine waters. Visit Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, at an elevation of approximately 6,183 feet, for some epic photos, before setting up camp. Day 4: Icefields Parkway Spend the day driving and exploring the Icefields Parkway. This drive offers endless vistas, jagged mountains, glaciers and wildlife viewing opportunities. Enjoy short walks, views of Bow Glacier and Peyto lake, take an optional helicopter flight over the Columbia Icefield, or strap on some crampons and step out onto the Athabasca glacier. Spend you evening camping under the night sky. Day 5: Jasper National Park Enjoy Canada's largest National Park, Jasper. Marvel at the snowcapped summits and beautiful lakes in this true wild mountain wilderness. Jasper offers an abundance of wildlife sightings, jagged mountain peaks, alpine lakes and numerous hiking and biking opportunities. Choose to visit Miette hot springs, or hike/bike the famous trails around stunning lakeshores. After a full day of activities, follow the Yellowhead Highway, hugging the mighty North Thompson River to your night stop of Cleawater BC. See the base of 12,972-foot Mount Robson (the highest point in the Canadian Rockies) and maybe catch a glimpse of the infamous peak en route to your camping location. Day 6: Whistler and Vancouver On to the alpine resort of Whistler, nestled at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Today is yours to explore all that Whistler has to offer. Enjoy spectacular scenery and incredible photo opportunities as you explore this ski town, home of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Drive the spectacular Sea to Sky highway for your evening at a hostel in Vancouver. Day 7: Vancouver and Seattle This morning, tour Vancouver, including the waterfront, Gas lamp district, Chinatown, and Stanley Park. Head to Seattle for a your evening downtown or drop off at the departure hotel. Please note: there is a mandatory food kitty payment of $100 USD to cover camp meals as follows — 5 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 5 evening camp meals. Please advise the local supplier of any dietary requirements.

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What people are saying about Whistler Blackcomb

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 178 reviews

It was pouring rain the day we were scheduled to go. The ages in our group ranged from 12 years old to 78 years old. I was worried we would be cold, sopping wet and miserable. We only had rain jackets, but no rain pants. However, it was so fun for everyone! Trisha, Ryan, and Elizabeth were very professional and friendly. They were great at helping us feel relaxed. My husband and I are rock climbers and we noticed and appreciated their attention to all the safety requirements. The rain made it just that much more adventurous. We definitely did our part to dress in warm layers. It was a beautiful and fun way to spend a rainy day as a family!

The zipline is a MUST - it involves a bit of off-road walking and snow can still be expected on the mountain in July. So it's quite an adventure. But the meeting point is wrongly stated. This caused confusion and stress for us. The correct meeting point is Whistler Gondola and not Blackcomb (although that's where the action ends). We almost missed our time slot.

A wonderful day! Dave was an excellent driver and tour leader - so obvious that he enjoyed his job. He was very informative about everything we were seeing. Loved the sea to sky gondola ride and even though it was drizzling in Whistler, we had a good lunch (at a place recommended by Dave - Furniture Warehouse) and strolled around the village.

Fantastic tour!! Maximized views and experiences! Tour guide Vinny was extremely informative and entertaining! Bus driver Alan was professional and a smooth driver!!!

Best amazing experience ever!! It’s a must. Best money I have spent my entire vacation. It’s so worth it. The owners are amazing people. Helpful and friendly.