Meet North America’s Longest Zipline: “The Sasquatch”, In Whistler, B.C.

Travel & Outdoors
Zipline Whistler

If you’re reading this, you probably know how cool ziplines are, but did you know that the longest zipline is North America is right here in beautiful British Columbia?

Well, now you do. It’s in nearby Whistler, it’s called The Sasquatch, and it’s glorious.

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The Sasquatch Zipline In Whistler

The Sasquatch

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Here are a few numbers for you so you can get a grasp of just what kind of zipline experience we’re talking about.

The Sasquatch covers a distance of 2 kilometres, which is about the length of 60 Boeing 737 airplanes lined up one-behind-the-other.

The entire journey takes over 90 minutes, which is as long as a lot of movies.

From the initial platform, the trek begins on a 27° angle of descent.

Speeds can get close to and, at certain points even, surpass 100 km/h.

Through it all, you’ll be hovering 600 feet above the ground, with 7000-feet of views.

Yeah, it’s pretty rad.

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Whistler Ziptreck Eco-Tours

Whistler Ziptrek Eco-Tour

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The Sasquatch is a part of Whistler Ziptrek Eco-Tours, a series of zipline-centric tours that all take place around the Whistler region. (Bundles including the other tours as also available.)

You’re probably picturing yourself on The Sasquatch now, and thinking about all the amazing videos you can take.

They have you covered. Like some of their other tours, GoPros will be provided for you to use throughout the duration of the tour. After the tour, you can then decide whether or not you would like to purchase the footage.

Dual, side-by-side ziplines are also available for those who want to bring their partner in crime.

Tickets for The Sasquatch, which only runs during the summer, range from $109.00 to $129.00.

Whistler Ziptrck Eco-Tours’ “The Sasquatch”

Where: 4282 Mountain Square, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4

When: From now until the end of summer. Check booking schedule for additional information.

Admission: $109.00 (Children & Seniors) / $129.00 (Adults)

For more fun things to do across British Columbia, explore our Travel & Outdoors section!

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