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Located in the valley dividing Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains, is a place that allows you to walk through the treetops of magnificent cedars, hemlocks and firs. Your guide will point out the difference in forest composition between the ancient, old growth forests and the second generation forests that exist in the area. There is also interpretative signage along the way. This nature walk through the forest canopy is the ideal blend of interactive learning and outdoor adventure exploration that visitors of all ages will enjoy.
Was a really cool tour. Not all of it was in the treetops but the scenery was just gorgeous and our teens loved all the suspension bridges. Would definitely recommend even though I am terrified of heights.
I couldn’t convince my kids to do the zip lines so the tree top walk was a fun alternative. Still was able to be way up high in the trees, and our guide Savannah did a great job and kept the kids’ attention the whole...More
It should be fine. You can walk at your own pace, although it is in a group of about 10. There are frequent stops, but no bathroom facilities once you leave the village. You do walk on many suspension bridges that bounce... More
It should be fine. You can walk at your own pace, although it is in a group of about 10. There are frequent stops, but no bathroom facilities once you leave the village. You do walk on many suspension bridges that bounce quite a bit. And there are spots of uneven ground. Any doubts call Ziptek Ecotours in Whistler. 604-935-0001