Canada Organised Trips

Bear & whale safari from Tofino

Vancouver Island is a wildlife lover’s dream with whales and bears drawn to the region’s food-rich waters. This is a two-part experience from Tofino which  consists of a whale-watching cruise on a 12-passenger Zodiac in the open waters of the Pacific, during which you may spot gray or humpback whales, seals and sea otters. During the second part of the tour you’ll cruise along the coast of the Clayoquot Sound during low tide to see the island’s resident black bears.

Duration:

6 hours

Other information:

Departs daily 01 Apr-17 Oct
On occasion, the second part of the tour may be scheduled for the morning of the following day

Vancouver Whale Watching with Transfers

Embark on an exciting whalewatching excursion on board the Explorathor. Built in 2010, this premier boat is an open-air zodiac style vessel, with upper level observation deck and covered seating in the stern. Travel through the Gulf Islands region, accompanied by a professional naturalist, and marvel at the beauty and might of the whales in their natural habitat.

Duration:

4 hours

Sea kayaking from Tofino

There's nothing quite like gently paddling around the quiet waters of the UNESCO-listed Clayoquot Sound, dipping into coves and passing uninhabited islets. Depart from busy Tofino and head out on a 4-hour trip which takes you across to Meares Island where you will leave your kayaks at the shore and trek along the Big Tree Trail which is lined by some of the tallest and oldest trees in the province.

Duration:

4 hours

Other information:

Departs daily 01 Apr-30 Sep
No kayaking experience is necessary, however guests must have a good level of fitness as you will be paddling for a few hours.

Vancouver Scenic Tour by Seaplane

Depart from Coal Harbour to begin your exhilarating seaplane flight over Vancouver. Drink in the spellbinding vistas as you soar high above a unique landscape of city, beaches, coastal forests, islands and mountains. Have your camera ready to capture incredible aerial views of the city’s famous sights, such as downtown Vancouver, beautiful Stanley Park, the vibrant harbour, the snowcapped peaks of the North Shore Mountains, Horseshoe Bay, English Bay and Deep Cove. The thrilling sensation of landing on the water is the perfect ending to your adventure.

Duration:

30 minutes

Start time: Daily departures on request

Granville Island market tour

Join fellow foodies and sample the fresh, seasonal produce on offer at the Granville Island Public Market on this 2-hour tour. As you wander through the stalls you’ll have the opportunity to taste a variety of food – from cheese and charcuterie to donuts – that’s been locally-sourced. Throughout your time at the market there will be 18 tastings and you’ll hear stories about the produce that you’re tasting. This is the perfect opportunity to get a real taste of Canada!

Duration:

2 hours

Included/Excluded:

Included: Food and drink tastings

Other information:

Departs daily in the summer. Departs Thursday-Sunday between 19 September-20 May.

Whale watching and wildlife viewing

This is the ultimate whale and wildlife-watching adventure from Tofino. Travelling by 12-seater Zodiacs, you'll explore the inlets and fjords of the spectacular Clayquot Sound. This six-hour experience is split into to excursions out on to the water, with a break on land to refresh between voyages. Wildlife you may see during your cruise include black bears, sea lions, sea otters and, depending on the time of year, gray whales, humpback whales and orcas.

Duration:

6 hours

Transport details:

12-passager Zodiac

Other information:

Departs daily between 01 Apr and 17 Oct; departure time confirmed at time of booking

Grand Tour of Vancouver by Bike

Enjoy a spot of active sightseeing on this half day cycling tour. Pedal at a leisurely pace around the beautiful Stanley Park; pass by English Bay and board a ferry that will take you over False Creek to the popular Granville Island public market. You'll have an hour to explore and purchase your lunch before following the sea wall and enjoying views of Vancouver's skyline. The tour will come to a conclusion in historic Gastown.

Duration:

Half day

Start time: 10am
Other information:

This tour follows flat bike paths and there are plenty of stops making it ideal for those with a basic fitness level or above.

Tofino bear watching cruise

Cruise along the calm waters of the inlets of beautiful Clayoquot Sound on board a covered cruiser or Zodiac in search of black bears in their natural habitat. Travel along the shore and keep an eye out these beautiful but fearsome creatures as they seek out one of their favourite foods – the rock crab, which they search for when the tide goes out.

Duration:

2½ hours

Other information:

Departs daily 15 Apr-15 Oct

Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge tour

Head out of the city, crossing the Lions Gate Bridge on your way to the North Shore. Visit the Capilano Fish Hatchery before continuing on to the foot of Grouse Mountain. Take the Skyride up to the peak where you’ll have some time to take in the views of the city. The tour’s highlight is the visit to the Capilano Suspension Bridge which spans the beautiful Capilano Canyon and River. You can also step out on to the cantilevered Cliffwalk which extends out over the canyon.

Duration:

Half day

Victoria scenic seaplane experience

Enjoy a 30-minute scenic flight over the provincial capital of Victoria and the breathtaking Strait of Juan de Fuca which stretches from the Pacific Ocean towards Seattle and Vancouver. Experience the excitement of taking off from the water and witnessing the southern coastline of Vancouver Island,  and the United States’ Olympic Peninsula, with the snow-capped peaks of the Olympic Mountains in the distance.

Duration:

30 minutes

Other information:

Departs daily 01 May-30 Sep, weather permitting

Sea to Sky Tour/Sea to Sky Tour with Sea Safari

Explore the oceanside town of Horseshoe Bay which marks the sea end of the Sea to Sky Highway which seemingly clings to the edge of the mountainside. You'll then follow the eastern edge of the beautiful Howe Sound as you travel towards the province's 3rd highest waterfall, Shannon Falls. Continue to the Sea to Sky Gondola and ascend 840 metres up to a viewing platform and a 50-metre suspension bridge. On your way back to the city, stop at the Britannia Mine Museum for a train ride through a historic mine.

For a supplement you can head out for a boat trip (on a 9m rigid inflatable Zodiac) on the beautiful Howe Sound, North America's southern-most fjord. During your time on the water you may see harbour seals and various bird species at the Christie Islet Bird Sanctuary. You'll then step back on dry land at Britannia Beach join the rest of the group and continue on to the falls, the gondola and the mine museum.

Duration:

Full day

Other information:

Departs daily 01 May-mid October

Victoria whale watching cruise

Head out in search of orcas, minke and gray whales and a whole host of other marine wildlife on this three hour cruise from Victoria. Choose from either a 45 foot ocean cruiser or a more exhilarating ride on a Zodiac RIB, both of which are fitted with a hydrophone to listen for the whales, and will have a naturalist or biologist on board.

Duration:

3 hours

Fly 'N Dine Bowen Island

Experience a thrilling float plane flight from Coal Harbour to Bowen Island which is situated at the entrance to Howe Sound to the north west of Vancouver. Dinner will be served at Doc Morgan's Pub & Restaurant in the charmingly-named Snug Harbour. Following dinner you'll board a ferry to Horseshoe Bay where a limousine will be waiting to take you back to the city.

Duration:

3 hours

Other information:

Departs daily 01 May to 30 Sep

Grizzly Bears of the Wild: First Nations Wildlife Journey into the Great Bear Rainforest

On this immersive wildlife experience you'll go in search of grizzly bears in the company of a First Nations guide. Learn about the culture and idigenous history of the region as you follow the waterways of the Broughton Archipelago by boat and search for British Columbia's most iconic wildlife species. You'll also visit local villages and the oldest remaining Big House in the country.

Duration:

Full day

Other information:

Departs daily at 7am from 01 June-15 October
Guests will need to make their way to the tour departure point in Port McNeill (approximately a 30-minute drive from Port Hardy)

Vancouver Trolley Tour

Climb aboard a San Francisco-style trolley for an excellent city tour with full commentary. Sightsee at your own pace as you hop on and off at 30 of Vancouver's premier attractions. Highlights include historical Gastown, Stanley Park, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, False Creek ferry ride and Granville Island. Enjoy the views from the top of the Harbour Centre Tower (admission included).

Duration:

Variable.

Flyover Canada

Experience a unique view of the awesome natural landscapes and modern cities of Canada on one of Vancouver’s most popular attractions, Flyover Canada. Take your place in the chairlift-style seat and you’ll feel the sensation of soaring as you pass above the mountains, valleys, prairies during a 9-minute virtual ‘flight’ from the Pacific coast to the Atlantic Ocean. This cinema experience is an unbeatable introduction to one of the most scenically stunning countries on earth.

Other information:

Departs daily
Not suitable for guests with fear of heights or photosensitive epilepsy; minimum height 4 foot.

Sunset Dinner Cruise Experience

A coach transfer will take you to Harbour Cruises Marina where you will board the authentic paddlewheeler, M.P.V. Constitution (or similar) for a unique way to cruise Vancouver. Enjoy a leisurely evening; as the sun sets on the ocean horizon, cruise the waters of Vancouver Harbour, taking in the sights and sounds of the city skyline, and feasting on a delicious West-Coast themed buffet.

Duration:

2½ hours

Float plane transfer from Vancouver

A float plane ride is an iconic Canadian experience as well as a quick and easy way to travel between destinations. Planes depart from Coal Harbour which is easily reached from all Downtown Vancouver hotels. From here you can fly right to and from the heart of Victoria or Seattle year round and between Vancouver and Tofino or Whistler seasonally.

Duration:

Vancouver to Victoria: 35 minutes
Vancouver to Whistler: 45 minutes
Vancouver to Tofino: 1 hour
Vancouver to Seattle: 1 hour

Other information:

• Floatplanes have a luggage limit of 12kg per person; for a luggage allowance of 23kg per person, you can upgrade to Harbour Air's goGOLD fare. We recommend you book early as there are a limited number of goGOLD seats available per flight
• Multiple departures daily to Victoria
• Whistler services operate seasonally (mid-June to late September)
• Tofino services operate seasonally (mid May to late September)

V2V Vancouver to Victoria passenger ferry

Travel between downtown Vancouver and Downtown Victoria on the comfortable V2V ferry. During the three-and-a-quarter-hour voyage you'll cross the Strait of Georgia and pass through the breathtaking Gulf Islands and you can enjoy the views from the rooftop observation deck. There are two classes of travel – Premium Comfort and Royal. The latter is well worth the upgrade as a welcome beverage, a meal and the services of a dedicated host are all included during the sailing. You'll also have priority boarding and the chance to relax in a reclining leather seat. One piece of luggage (up to 23 kilograms) and one carry on (up to 10kg) is included for all guests.

Duration:

3¼ hours

Other information:

Departs daily 01 Mar-31 Dec (excluding 25 Dec)

BC Ferries

BC Ferries operate car ferry routes along British Columbia's Pacific Coast. They also connect the Vancouver area with a couple of destinations on Vancouver Island. The most popular route is between Tsawwassen (approximately 30 minutes south of Vancouver airport) and Swartz Bay which sits at the tip of the Saanich Peninsula and is about half an hour from central Victoria. If you wish to tavel further up the Vancouver Island coast, cutting the driving time to the likes of Campbell River and the west coast towns of Tofino and Ucluelet, you can take the ferry from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver to Duke Point in Nanaimo.

Duration:

• Tsawwassen, south of Vancouver to Swartz Bay, Vancouver Island: 1 hour 35 minutes
• Tsawwassen, south of Vancouver to Duke Point, Nanaimo, Vancouver Island: 2 hours
• Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver to Duke Point, Nanaimo, Vancouver Island: 1 hour 40 minutes

Other information:

Regular departures daily on all routes, please call for details
In summer, we recommend pre-booking ferries in advance as they can get very busy.

Above & beneath downtown Montréal walking tour

From above ground in the bustling heart of Downtown to the ‘underground city’, this 3-hour walking tour gives you a unique perspective of Montréal. From Dorchester Square wander along the streets of Downtown Montreal before heading down into the subterranean RESO Network which is home to restaurants, shops, hotels and more. You’ll also visit the Quartier International neighbourhood and Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal.

Duration:

3 hours

Other information:

Departs daily

Algonquin Canoeing Group Paddle

Go on a canoeing trip on Algonquin Provincial Park's historical Canoe Lake with a guide who will teach you the basic skills and about the park's history. Take to the water and cross a portage (carrying your canoe over a crossing) on your trip, stopping for a lakeside meal. Take a short hike for panoramic views over the park and if you're in the right season, you can pick some wild berries.

Duration:

6 hours

Banff Gondola

Head up to the peak of Sulphur Mountain on the Banff Gondola for panoramic views of Banff and the surrounding Rocky Mountain landscapes. From the lift station you can follow a number of hiking trails or treat yourself to a meal at one of the two mountain-top restaurants.

Duration:

2 hours

Calgary Stampede Extravaganza

Enjoy four days of cowboy fun in Calgary, including an afternoon of Saddle Bronco and Bareback riding events followed by the most dangerous event of all - Bull Riding. Also experience two skyrides over Stampede Park and chuckwagon races. Stay three nights at the Delta Bow Valley or the Fairmont Palliser. The dates for the 2019 stampede are 05-14 July.

Duration:

3 nights

CN Tower Admission

Standing 555.33 metres tall this iconic symbol of Canada – which is the third tallest tower in the world – offers sweeping panoramic views and a world of entertainment. Take the glass-faced elevators with glass floor panels to the Look Out Observation level. Walk on the glass floor, and perhaps dine at the revolving restaurant. General admission includes access to the film, motion theatre ride, information displays and more.

For a supplement you can head higher and visit the SkyPod which sits at 447 metres above the city - 33 storeys higher than the main observation deck. Thrill seekers can take on the EdgeWalk. You'll walk around the outside of the entire main pod, 116 storeys above the ground, hands free alongside your EdgeWalk guide.

Duration:

Variable

Coastal Nature Tour from Halifax, Nova Scotia

Embark on an unforgettable two-and-a-half-hour cruise from Halifax Harbour aboard the Kawartha Spirit. Your destination is Chebucto Head at the mouth of the harbour where you may see a variety of marine wildlife and bird species. Experienced naturalists will be on hand to enlighten you on the wildlife you may see as well as the region’s history and geography. Wildlife you may be lucky enough to see includes minke or fin whales, dolphins and seals.

Duration:

2½ hours

Other information:

Departs Saturday and Sunday 16-30 May; daily departures 01 Jun-30 Sep

Deluxe Niagara Winery Tour

Taste red, white and ice wine on this winery experience. Go on tours of two of Niagara's wineries, stop by pretty Niagara-on-the-Lake with some time to wander around and have lunch with a panoramic view of Niagara harbour and Niagara River.

Duration:

9 hours

Deluxe Victoria City & Butchart Gardens

Spend the morning exploring the city on an introductory tour of Victoria in the company of a driver guide before stopping off at the iconic Fairmont Empress for a mouthwatering lunch. You'll see Craigdarroch Castle, stop in the seaside village of Sidney and sip a few gins at a local distillery. Later, either visit the Victoria Butterfly Gardens or sample some more local produce at Church & State Winery before heading to the world-famous Butchart Gardens.

Duration:

Full day

Start time: 9am
Other information:

Departs Saturday to Monday from 01 June to 31 August

Discover grizzly bears, Banff

Depart from your hotel in Banff and visit a grizzly bear refuge where you can watch the bears as they play in this natural habitat. Stop to soak in the views over Lake Louise before visiting Yoho National Park where you‘ll watch trains disappear into the Spiral Tunnels and visit Takakkaw Falls, Canada’s second highest waterfall. At Kicking Horse Mountain, take a gondola ride to the top of the Purcell Mountains, where you’ll have lunch at Canada’s highest restaurant.

Duration:

Full day

Gourmet stop tour, Québec

Depart from Place de Paris on wonderful guided cycle-rickshaw tour of the Old Harbour. Take in the architectural beauty, discovering the heritage and gastronomic culture of Quebec City with a 20 minute stop at Old Harbour market. Meet the merchants, browse through the jewellery, try some famous Quebec cheese and sample the famous local dish of poutine at Le Chic Shack.

Duration:

1 hour

Heritage Park Historical Village admission

Take a step back in time at Calgary's 127-acre Heritage Park Historical Village, home to the popular Gasoline Alley Museum. Gain an understanding of the history and settlement of Western Canada from the fur trading of the mid-19th Century and the technological advancements of the 1950s. The park is a particular favourite with families with seasonal re-enactments, steam train trips, horse-drawn wagon rides and ice-cream making all on offer (May-October).

Duration:

All-day admission

Historical Highlights Walking tour

Take a leisurely stroll around Canada’s capital on this introductory walking tour, and discovering its colourful history and witnessing its beautiful architecture. As you make your way through the heart of the city with your local guide, you’ll stop off at some of Ottawa’s most famous sights including Parliament Hill, The National War Memorial, the Rideau Canal and the grand Fairmont Chateaux Laurier.

Duration:

2 hours

Other information:

Daily departures

Historical St John's & Cape Spear tour from St John's Newfoundland

Combine an introductory tour of the city of St John's with a visit to the easternmost point in North America. Travel southwards from St John's towards the beautiful Cape Spear; if you face east from this spot at the very edge of Canada, there's nothing but ocean between you and the west coast of Ireland. See the oldest standing lighthouse in North America, explore ruined gun battery from World War II and walk the path that follows the cape's coastline. Later, return to St John's where you'll take in the views from the top of Signal Hill, explore the fishing village of Quidi Vidi and stop at the Government House and the Roman Catholic cathedral.

Duration:

3 hours

Other information:

Departs daily 01 May-31 Oct

Hopewell Rocks & Bay of Fundy Tour from Moncton, New Brunswick

Experience the highs and lows of the Bay of Fundy on this full day tour. Throughout the day you'll visit the beautiful Hopewell Rocks at both high and low tide as well as seeing highlights of the province's coastline between the two extremes.

Duration:

Full day

Other information:

Departs daily from 01 May-31 Oct from Delta Beausejour Hotel.

Icefields Parkway tour

Covering a huge expanse and reaching depths of up to 320m, the Columbia Icefield forms one of the largest masses of ice south of the Arctic Circle. Depart from Banff and travel northwards along the scenic Icefields Parkway. Enjoy a number of photo stops such as Crowfoot Glacier along the way before reaching the Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre. From here you'll head out on to the Athabasca Glacier in a Ice Explorer snow coach. Continue on to the cliff-edge walkway - The Glacier Skywalk - and enjoy the views over the Sunwapta Canyon. Following your parkway sightseeing you'll return to Banff.

Duration:

Full day (11 hours)

Lunenburg and Mahone Bay Tour from Halifax, Nova Scotia

The town of Lunenburg is one of the most charming in Nova Scotia. And that's saying something in a place where characterful settlements sit side by side. You'll be joined by a knowledgable guide as you explore the South Shore region which has a rich heritage of fishing, boat building, pirates and rum running. You'll continue on to Lunenburg itself for a walking tour or a visit to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. En route back to Halifax, stop in Mahone Bay which is best known for its shoreside churches.

Duration:

6 hours

Other information:

Departs Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday between 01 Jun-15 Oct; the tour will not operate on certain dates, please call for details.

Montréal’s Hidden Neighbourhood Gems Bike Tour

Discover some of Montréals most fashionable neighbourhoods by bike! See where locals buy fresh bagels and sup the best espresso, and sample some too. Navigate narrow streets, 'green laneways' and café lined boulevards, and discover Plateau Mont Royal, Mile End, Little Italy and Outremont. You'll also enjoy a picnic lunch. The tour runs at a relaxed pace, though participants should be comfortable riding a bike.

Duration:

4 hours

Mount Assiniboine glacier helicopter tour, Banff

Depart from Canmore (approx. 20 minutes from Banff) and embark on an awe-inspiring 30-minute helicopter ride to view the dramatic peak of Mount Assiniboine from a unique perspective. Soaring 3610 metres above Lake Magog, which sits on the border between British Columbia and Alberta, Assiniboine is known as the ‘Matterhorn of North America’. Have your camera at the ready to capture the enchanting icescape.

Duration:

30 minutes

Mount Norquay Sightseeing Chairlift

Taking the Banff Gondola to the top of Sulphur Mountain is the most popular way to get a bird’s view of Banff and the Bow River Valley. To escape the crowds, take the open-air Mt Norquay Sightseeing Chairlift up to the Cliffhouse Bistro which sits at 2085 metres above sea level.

Other information:

Hourly pick-ups from selected hotels in Banff and at Banff Avenue at Elk Street from 8.42am to 5.55pm between 12 Jun-12 Oct

Niagara Falls Adventure Pass

Poncho up for the ultimate experience at Niagara Falls. Book a Niagara Falls Adventure Pass which includes a trip into the waterfall's mist on the iconic Hornblower cruise, plus the Journey Behind the Falls, White Water Walk and the 4D Niagara's Fury show.

Niagara Falls Excursion from Toronto

This full day tour takes you through the towns of Hamilton, St Catharines and the Niagara Peninsula wine region on the way to the majestic Niagara Falls. Spend time admiring the falls before hopping on the Hornblower cruise for a unique view of Horseshoe Falls from the edge of the cascades. Afterwards, enjoy lunch and a trip along the beautiful Niagara Parkway, passing through Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Duration:

8 hours

Included/Excluded:

Includes return transfers to selected Toronto hotels. NB: From mid October to mid May the Hornblower voyage will be replaced with the Journey behind the Falls experience.

What to take:

Warm clothes for cruise

Other information:

Daily departures

Niagara Falls helicopter flight from Niagara

Experience a birds-eye view of the falls on this short flight departing from Niagara Helicopter Base. View the Niagara River, the Whirlpool Rapids, Rainbow Bridge, the America Falls, and the most famous Horseshoe Falls. Each passenger will receive a souvenir certificate following the flight, a nice keepsake to remember your high-flying experience by.

Duration:

9 minutes

Peggy’s Cove tour

Home to one of the most photographed lighthouses on the Atlantic Coast, if not the world, the pretty village of Peggy’s Cove is the perfect destination to visit during a stay in Halifax. Depart from the city and travel south west along Prospect Road to this charming rural community. Witness the beautifully-rugged coastline as you follow the water-side trails, visit the lighthouse and spend a little time exploring the village itself and shopping for some souvenirs in the local gift shops.

Duration:

3 hours

Other information:

Daily departures 01 Jul-30 Sep

Sidecar motorcycle tour of Jasper

Feel the wind in your hair as you witness the breathtaking landscapes that surround the town of Jasper from the side car of a Harley-Davidson touring motorcycle. Some of the highlights you may see on your tour include the region's lakes, historical sites and view points. There are also two and three hour tours available to book, the latter of which gives you enough time to visit Maligne Lake or the Columbia Icefields parkway.

Duration:

1, 2 or 3 hours

Taste, savour & indulge

Enjoy the landscapes of the northern Okanagan region on this relaxing tour. Departing from Vernon you will head to Intrigue Wines and then on to Gray Monk for a tour of the winery and a delightful al fresco lunch. Later continue on to the ExNihilo vineyards – Arrowleaf and Ancient Hill – before concluding the tour either with a glass of wine at Ancient Hill or a visit to the Okanagan Spirits Craft Distillery.

Duration:

Full day

Toronto City Tour

This comprehensive bus and guided walking city tour will introduce you to the sights and sounds of cosmopolitan downtown Toronto. The tour is highlighted by narrated visits to the St Lawrence Market, dating back to 1901; Nathan Philips Square at New City Hall, and the underground PATH shopping district. Explore museums and attractions, dynamic neighbourhoods and an incredible waterfront.

Duration:

2 hours

Whale Watching from Québec

Take a scenic transfer from Québec City, travelling through the Charlevoix Region and onto Baie-Ste-Catherine for an exhilarating whale watching cruise. On the three-hour cruise, a naturalist guide will help you learn more about the beluga and finback whale environment, underwater marine life and the majestic Saguenay Fjord. It is advisable to bring warm clothes.

Duration:

10 hours

Whales, Icebergs and Puffin tour from St John's, Newfoundland

St John's, Newfoundland has its fair share of natural attractions and wildlife species. On this two-hour trip on the MV Cetacean Quest you'll sail through The Narrows – the entrance to St John's Harbour – and out into the North Atlantic in search of whales and towering ice burgs. These waters are home to a high concentration of humpback whales meaning your chances of seeing one of these majestic creatures is high (sightings not guaranteed) and you may also see vast nests of puffins along the rocky coastline.

Duration:

2 hours

Other information:

Departs at least twice daily from 01 Jun-30 Sep

Whistler bear viewing tour

Travel by 4x4 and head out in to the wilderness to search for black bears. Whistler and Blackcomb are home to approximately 50 bears who have adapted to live in these ski area habitats. Travel through forests and meadows and past streams and take short walks to the known bear feeding areas, rub trees and old trees where bears have hibernated during the winter.

Duration:

3 hours

Whistler Mountain & PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

Traversing the valley between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the incredible PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola offers 360 views of the Coast Range peaks and mountain resorts below. The gondola’s span is 2.7 miles and its record-breaking achievements include being the longest and highest lift in the world. As well as riding on the gondola and other chairlifts in the area, you can enjoy access to over 30 miles of hiking trails. This really is a unmissable Whistler experience!

Duration:

1 day pass

Other information:

Available daily 27 May-19 Oct, weather permitting

Zipline adventure bear tour from Whistler

Perfect for families and thrill seekers alike, this zip lining adventure whisks you at speed over the beautiful Fitzsimmons Creek between the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. You will pass over old-growth rainforest as you make your way round a network of five ziplines which vary in length between 120 and 335 metres in length, and four tree-top suspension bridges which are up to 61 metres above the valley floor.

Duration:

2½-3 hours

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