What could make the world’s most spectacular ziplines even better? How about flying up? But wait, let’s not go straight there. Let’s go further and fly over Whistler-Blackcomb to Black Tusk, over the wild blue ice of Cheakamus Glacier, then buzz over Rainbow Mountain. Now it’s time to fly back down the valley to the top of Superfly Ziplines, where we’ll let gravity and four of the most spectacular ziplines on the planet speed us all the way back to the valley bottom.
What to bring
- Closed-Toe Shoes
- Layered Clothing
The scenery from the helicopter can be so impressive, that you will want to see as much as possible. Please don’t forget to blink.
A helicopter safety briefing is provided to all passengers upon their arrival at the heliport by your guide and pilot.
Flying in a helicopter is unlike any other flight experience. Make sure your camera batteries are fully charged and you have lots of room on your memory card.
(That’s the longest in Canada.)
Respect the Eagles.
Before Superfly came along, the eagles were the kings of the sky. So please refrain from gloating as you whip past at speeds up to 102km/h. It hurts their feelings.
All tours are fully guided by professionally trained guides.
Although the helicopter was not perfected until the 20th century, children’s bamboo flying toys mimicking the vertical flight path of a helicopter have been dated back to 400 BC in China.
Guests are required to sign a waiver for all guided and/or non-guided activities.