3 Places to Experience the Thrill of Ziplines and Ropes Courses Around Vancouver

Mountain Ropes Adventure at Grouse Mountain

Mountain Ropes Adventure at Grouse Mountain. Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Justa Jeskova Photography

Fly through the air, balance on swinging obstacles far above the ground, and walk on suspension bridges through the forest canopy. Check out these three places to experience the thrill of ziplines and aerial ropes courses around Vancouver.

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Grouse Mountain

The ski slopes at Grouse Mountain turn into an adventure paradise in the summer. To get your adrenaline pumping while enjoying killer views of the city and the North Shore mountains, book tickets for the Mountain Ziplines tour. You’ll ride five separate ziplines and reach speeds of up to 80 kilometres per hour! All the ziplines are double-track so you can ride next to a friend or family member.

Two people ride the zipline at Grouse Mountain in Vancouver

Mountain Ziplines. Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Coast Mountain Photography

 

If you want to get your heart rate up without going fast, check out the Mountain Ropes Adventure. Clip into a harness, then balance, jump and swing as you navigate four separate aerial courses that increase in difficulty as you progress.

Mountain Ropes Adventure at Grouse Mountain

Mountain Ropes Adventure. Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Justa Jeskova Photography

 

If you’re visiting with children, don’t miss the Kids Tree Canopy Adventure. Designed for ages 3-8, it’s an elevated playground in the forest that includes fully contained suspension bridges, treehouses, slides, and games. The Kids Tree Canopy Adventure is included with your mountain admission ticket.

Kids Canopy Adventure at Grouse Mountain

Kids Canopy Adventure. Photo: Grouse Mountain

 

Greenheart Treewalk

Make nature the focus of your adventure with a visit to the Greenheart Treewalk at the UBC Botanical Garden. Walk from platform to platform along the 310 metre-long treetop canopy walkway. You’ll get a bird’s eye view of Vancouver’s magnificent coastal temperate rainforest as you stroll along 23 metres above the forest floor. To learn more about this unique ecosystem, book a guided tour with a naturalist.

People walk on an elevated bridge at the Greenheart Treewalk at the UBC Botanical Garden in Vancouver

Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Destination Canada (CTC) / Asymetric/Jason Van Bruggen

 

Wild Play Maple Ridge

Navigate through the treetops by walking across tightropes, sliding down ziplines, leaping onto swinging logs, and balancing on wobbly bridges at Wild Play Maple Ridge. They have three ropes courses to choose from: the kids course, the classic course, and the extreme course. You can also challenge yourself with the Face Your Fears Jump where you’ll plunge 40ft from a wooden platform while tethered to a safety line.

Kids on the ropes course at Wild Play Maple Ridge

Photo: WildPlay Maple Ridge/Facebook

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