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4280 Mountain Square, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1B4, Canada | (604) 932-0606

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The Sasquatch is one of the longest, highest, and fastest ziplines in North America. Founders Charles Steele and David Udow were the first to introduce zipline tours to Canada, and they’ve won awards for their dedication to sustainability by teaching others how to be environmentally conscious. You’ll learn about how Ziptrek Ecotour uses living trees instead of man-made structures for anchors and decks, solar panels for energy, and naturally rot resistant wood. Be sure to wear a windbreaker, as the Sasquatch gets windy. If the zipline is too much, try one of the five other tours for beginners, families, and kids.

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Ziptrek Sasquatch Tour

The Sasquatch is one of the longest, highest, and fastest ziplines in North America. Founders Charles Steele and David Udow were the first to introduce zipline tours to Canada, and they’ve won awards for their dedication to sustainability by teaching others how to be environmentally conscious. You’ll learn about how Ziptrek Ecotour uses living trees instead of man-made structures for anchors and decks, solar panels for energy, and naturally rot resistant wood. Be sure to wear a windbreaker, as the Sasquatch gets windy. If the zipline is too much, try one of the five other tours for beginners, families, and kids.