Superfly, located just an eight-minute drive from Whistler Village, are Canada’s longest and highest ziplines. Fly backcountry-style between the soaring peaks of Cougar and Rainbow Mountain and over coastal rainforest. Since all the lines are tandem, you can race a partner. Ziplines are all about the environment in which you find them, and these are among the world’s best.
Length of Trip : 3 hours roundtrip
Cost : $129 per person.
Best time to go : Superfly’s winter seasons starts early December and runs daily until mid April. Superfly Ziplines and Treetops Adventures are open daily in summer from May until mid October
Wheelchair friendly : No
Family friendly : All systems go for kids over 7 years old.
Where to eat : High-end: Barefoot Bistro, Il Caminetto Di Umberto, Araxi Mid-level: Splitz Grill (burgers) Lift Coffee Company Pasta Lupino Apres Ski: GLC The Dubh Linn Gate Longhorn Brewhouse Consider a Whistler Tasting Tour if not hitting the slopes: www.whistlertastingtours.com
Official Site : http://www.superflyziplines.com/
Where to Stay : Here are accommodation options when staying in Whistler.
Getting There : The SuperFly office is located inside The Adventure Group storefront: #211 – 4293 Mountain Square, near the Whistler Village Gondola.
Note from Robin : Obviously it’s going to be a lot warmer in summer, so bundle up if you’re going to fly in winter (even Superman wears his thermal underwear). I’d advise to focus on the flight itself and don’t worry too much about taking pictures – as with all ziplines, it will be over before you know it!