9 Crazy Ziplines You Can Try In BC That Are Totally Worth The Drive

When you are looking for a fantastic and fun way to play in BC, you have to check out some of the best ziplines in the world. We've got lines that'll take you through old growth rainforests, down beautiful mountain slopes, over deep canyons, and even adventure parks, so no matter your adrenaline's desire, there is a zipline for you.

There are several ziplines all around the province. Each of them has their own unique flair to flying through the canopy. Each site is linked and is listed with the nearest major city so that it's easy to figure out where you want to go!

Next time you're in the mood to fly, give any of these sick ziplines a try:

1. Superfly Ziplines // Whister

Fly through Whistler's backcountry for a stunning wilderness experience. They have great guides from 9 am to 6 pm everyday. The tour is $149 for 3 hours.

2. Ziptrek Ecotours // Whistler

Another awesome option at Whistler. They have the longest, highest, and most ziplines around. And with an ecological curriculum, you'll be happy to show them your business.

3. Treetop Flyers // Kamloops

Glide over canyons and by waterfalls! $65 for adults and add $10 to end the adventure with a 50 foot free fall.

4. WestCoast WILD Zipline // Ucluelet

Ride through the majestic, ancient rainforest of Vancouver Island's west coast. The zipline will give you a new appreciation for the forest as you soar over rivers and through nature parks . $99 per person.

5. Adrena LINE Zipline // Victoria

Vancouver Islands only canopy zipline! The have incredible tour guides ensuring an exhilarating experience amongst the trees.

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6. ZipZone // Kelowna

This is the number one zipline in the Okanagan. They have some of the fastest lines, as well as the highest free fall jump in Canada. Adventures start at $48.

7. Oyama Zipline Adventure Park // Kelowna

An exciting adventure park with 15 different ziplines. All of them are great and there are lots of other activities as well to keep you entertained. The zipline course is $89.

8. Kokanee Mountain Zipline // Nelson

You'll get to zip up to 100 mph as you cruise over river and forest. The tour takes 2.5 to 3 hours and costs $89 per adult.

9. Grouse Mountain Ziplines // North Shore

A dual-line, five-line circuit close to Vancouver. Next time you need to get that adrenaline pumping, head to Grouse for their impressive 2 hour zip tour. All five lines costs $115.

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