You can ride one of Canada’s longest ziplines just 2 hours from Vancouver

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Superfly Ziplines offers families the chance to reach speeds of 100km/hour while soaring high above beautiful Whistler, B.C.

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Ever wanted to soar through the wilderness like you’re in some sort of high-adrenaline international spy movie?

Or maybe just fly like a bird?

Featuring four side-by-side ziplines located in B.C.’s stunning mountain wilderness, Superfly Ziplines offers families the chance to reach speeds of 100km/hour while zooming 200m above the ground in beautiful Whistler, B.C.!

Situated within a network of paths and platforms designed to immerse you in the peace, quiet and freedom of the serene B.C. forests, this humongous zipline course is considered one of the largest in Canada, measuring in at over 1.3km long. The full adventure includes four ziplines, connected by a series of trails and elevated boardwalks inspired by West Coast architecture and design.

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The full course takes approximately three hours to complete but is sure to fly by (especially if you choose to go full speed). If you’d prefer to slow down and enjoy the view, Superfly’s comfortable harness system lets you control your speed, so you can go as fast or slow as you’d like. If you’re nervous about “learning to fly”, their unique system also allows two guest to ride side-by-side, each on their own zipline, so you can zoom, zoom, zoom with your best bud or family member in tow.

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Superfly Ziplines helps guests embrace the challenge of letting go, of trying something new, and the bump in self confidence that comes from when you land on the other side. Their basecamp is located at Cougar Mountain, just 10 minutes north of Whistler Village and a complimentary shuttle service is provided from Whistler Village to the basecamp.

The family-friendly adventure is open now! To learn more about this uniquely B.C. adventure, visit superflyziplines.com