Total Savings


6.5 hrs


2.5 Hours Superfly Time

4 Hours obstacle Time

Fly & Climb Combo

Let’s get airborn.

First take on the trees in Whistler’s rainforest canopy on a Ninja Warrior style jungle gym packed with challenge and discovery, then soar down the world’s most spectacular ziplines. The Fly & Climb Combo includes both Superfly Ziplines and the Aerial Obstacle Course, for those who want to see the forest from an elevated perspective.

Your Included Activities

Superfly Ziplines

Aerial Obstacle Course



Superfly Ziplines
First Stop

Superfly Ziplines

Superfly ziplining combines the exhilarating feeling of soaring through the air with the breathtaking beauty of Cougar Mountain. Our unique system allows two guests to ride side-by-side, each on their own cable during this incredibly scenic experience. The excursion includes multiple dual zip-lines connected to each other by a network of trails and boardwalks. A must-do in Whistler!



Aerial Obstacle Course
Second Stop

Aerial Obstacle Course

Don a harness and play like a kid again on this incredibly unique aerial tree course. With over 70 elements ranging from mild to wild, this is sure to be an experience you won’t soon forget! The Aerial Obstacle Course is a natural team building activity and the perfect adventure to share with family, friends and strangers alike.

Combo Details

  • Departure Times



  • Location & How to Get Here

    Cougar Basecamp


    Please check in at our basecamp 10 minutes before your scheduled tour time. Follow any map app to Sixteen Mile Creek Forest Service Road, Whistler BC, just a 10 minute drive north of Whistler Village. After turning off the highway at our large wooden sign that says Welcome to Cougar Mountain, a short uphill drive through the forest will take you to the basecamp. Complimentary parking is available at the venue.

  • Safety and Requirements


    Kids must be 7 years old and all guests must weigh between 60-250 lbs (27-113 kgs) for Superfly Ziplines. For Aerial Obstacle Courses, kids must be minimum 7 years old & able to reach 4’7″ (140cm) with heels on the ground. Kids 15 years and under require one adult chaperone required, in the trees or on the ground, for up to 10 kids. All adult chaperones are required to complete a waiver.

  • Tips & What to Bring


    • Tours will run rain or shine.
    • Please meet at Cougar Mountain Basecamp 10 minutes before your tour time.
    • The RZRs are all equipped with automatic transmissions, they are fairly easy to operate and guides provide a tutorial to make sure everyone is confident.
    • At certain times of the season, bugs can be more prevalent, bug repellant is a good idea.

    What to Bring

    • Bathing Suit
    • Towel
    • Sun Screen

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Are You Prepared?

Everything you need to know before you embark.

What our Guests are

  • Great for all ages & people

    Super Fly Combo (Obstacle & Ziplines) + Water Rafting Tour guides were awesome and helpful. EVERYONE had fun and it was a great bonding experience :) P.S--Grill Girls Gone Wild <3 Woot!!!!


    Coquitlam, Canada

  • Fun Challenging Bonding Experience for the while family!

    Our family of four (son 12 yr / daughter 11 yr) signed up for the treetop adventure /zip lining combo pack. The zip lining was fun but our best memories from our week spent exploring Whistler all center around doing the Treetop Adventures ropes course together. It is a challenging and fun bonding experience. My daughter was able to do all but the double black portion of the course at the end and she will definitely be back to complete that portion when she is officially old enough (12 yr). My husband and son had no problem with the course, and while they feel great 2 days later, I still have sore arms from the workout.


    Vancouver, Canada