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My family adores being out in nature. During the summer, we spend even more time hiking and at the beach.
During our last trip to Whistler, we had the opportunity to go on a TreeTrek Canopy Walk with ZipTrek.
About the TreeTrek Canopy Walk
The TreeTrek Canopy Walk is a great activity for the entire family. This is a guided tour that takes you deep inside a lush Whistler forest. Guests get to experience one of the last old-growth forests by using a network of suspension bridges, suspension stairways and hiking trails.
During the Canopy Walk, you’ll see Cedar, Hemlock and Fir trees. You’ll also spot the beautiful Fitzsimmons Creek, mountains and more.
The TreeTrek Canopy Walk does not require you to do any ziplining (although, you might want to book a zip line tour after this doing the TreeTrek!)
What you need to Know
The TreeTrek Canopy Walk is for ages 6 and up (infants are welcome to join if they are secured in a carrier). It is a moderate hike that takes about 1.5 hours to complete.
Ziptrek picks up their guests in Whistler village and drives them via one of their shuttles to their base on Blackcomb Mountain. A guide remains with the group at all times and shares a wealth of information about old-growth forests and more.
TreeTrek Canopy Walk tours are held all year in all weather conditions.
My family really enjoyed our TreeTrek Canopy Walk tour. Our guide was kind, professional and very knowledgeable.
My children loved using the suspension bridges from tree to tree. They also enjoyed learning about the different types of trees and watching people zip line.
I strongly believe that this is a great, easy activity to do as a family. Everyone belongs in nature and this tour allows you to experience and learn more about beautiful British Columbia.