Think of the TAG Park as a theme park, but all the rides are real adventures! The TAG Park includes our Cougar Mountain Basecamp and all of our activities. Instead of booking individual tours at specific times, we’re inviting you to come spend the day with us, to enjoy all of our activities at your own leisure.

With the TAG Park Day Pass, you’ll have unlimited access to Superfly Ziplines, Aerial Obstacle Course, RZR Tours, and Vallea Lumina. Book Wedge Whitewater Rafting for an extra $50, and take advantage of everything The Adventure Group has to offer.

What is the TAG Park Day Pass?

With the purchase of a TAG Park Day Pass, guests have access to all our activities all day long, as many times as they like.


How much is the Day Pass?

The TAG Park Day Pass is $179.99 per person


How does it work?

Superfly Zipline Tours, RZR Tours and Aerial Obstacle Course Tours start every 15 to 30 minute. Between adventures enjoy our amenities, food and beverages offerings and games around Basecamp. Guests are welcome to come any time throughout the day and welcome to depart whenever they like.


What are the hours of operation for the park?


The TAG Park is open from 9:00am to 6:30pm daily. Last entry to the park is 4:00pm.


When is the TAG Park open?

The TAG Park opens on June 21st


What activities are included in the park pass?

Superfly Ziplines, Aerial Obstacle Course, RZR tours and Vallea Lumina are included in the TAG Park Day Pass. Option to add Wedge Whitewater Rafting and round trip transportation for an additional fee.

Can I do all the activities in one day?

Yes! To do all the activities in one day, it will be a full day out at the park.


How much time will each activity take?


Wedge Whitewater Rafting, Aerial Obstacle Course and Superfly will each take 2.5 hours, RZR’s will take 1.5 hours, and if returning for Vallea Lumina in the evening, another 1.5 hours.

How to get to the TAG Park?

The TAG Park is located 15 minutes north of Whistler Village on Cougar Mountain Road

Drive – We offer complimentary parking all day long.

Book Our Shuttle – Every hour, roundtrip transportation is available from Whistler Village Village for $12 per person. Shuttle space is limited and must be booked ahead of time. The shuttle picks up and drops off from the Whistler Village Gateway Bus Loop, by the Visitor Info Centre, under the bus shelter. The busses to look out for are branded Superfly Ziplines or Wedge Rafting.

Book a Whistler Taxi or rideshare with Whistle – If you prefer to book your own transport to and from Whistler Village we recommend Whistle, Whistler’s taxi & rideshare service, or you can book a taxi through Whistler Taxi or Whistler Resort Cabs. Please request a lift to The Adventure Group Basecamp on Cougar Mountain.


Can I just book just one tour or do I have to get the park pass?

Between June 21st and June 30th, individual activities will not be available.


Are day passes transferable to other guests if I can’t stay all day?

Passes are unfortunately non-transferable.


Are there refunds on the day passes?

Passes can be cancelled for a full refund 24 hours in advanced of the booking arrival time. Unfortunately there are no refunds within 24 hours.

Coming to Whistler this summer? Here’s your guide to having the best family friendly weekend Whistler.

Whistler is not only a renowned winter wonderland, but also a fantastic summer destination. With its breathtaking landscapes, thrilling adventures, and family-friendly events, Whistler offer an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through an action-packed weekend with our ideal Summer Family Friendly Whistler Guide.


Free Events in Whistler Village

In Whistler, there is always something to do!

The Children’s Festival

On May 19th – 21st and again on May 27th – 28th this year, the Whistler Children’s Festival is back for it’s 40th year. Both weekends are filled to the brim with family friendly programming along the Cultural Connector in Whistler Village. We’re talkin’ dance parties, face painting, roving street entertainment, science shows, circus acts and internationally acclaimed children’s performers. All for free!

Whistler Summer Concert Series

From classical music and indie pop, to chilled-out beats, R&B and rock bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place to be for free, outdoor concerts all summer long. Bring you picnic blanket and grab a spot on the great lawn of dance up at the stage to live DJ sets before the headlining performers begin at 7:30pm on select Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

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Join Us at The Adventure Group 

All summer long, we offer Whitewater Rafting, Superfly Ziplines, Aerial Obstacle Courses, Vallea Lumina, and the ever so popular RZR tours. Think of us as your own stop shop for adventure in Whistler!

  1. Wedge Whitewater Rafting – There is nothing better on a hot summer day to go whitewater rafting on a glacial river. Just bring your bathing suit and your sense of adventure and we’ll handle the rest.
  2. Superfly Ziplines – Maybe you want to see Whistler from a new perspective? Fly side by side over the Whistler beautiful backcountry. Our tour includes 2 of the largest ziplines in Canada: reach speeds of up to 100km per hour, 200 meters high, and fly along ziplines that are over 1km long.
  3. Aerial Obstacle Course – Take your adventure to the treetops! Balance, climb, and swing your way across one of our three Aerial Obstacle Courses. This is the best activities to work up a sweat and great time doing it!
  4. RZR Tours – Get ready to rip! Our side by side RZR tours get you way out into the Whistler backcountry. Our guides will take you to stunning view points, on winding trail through coastal rainforests and splash through puddles.

Stroll through the Whistler Farmers Market

Immerse yourself in a culinary delight at the Whistler Farmers Market: a vibrant gathering of local vendors, artisans, makers and growers. Located in the Upper Whistler Village, this weekly summer event showcases the region’s finest produce, handcrafted goods, and delectable treats. It’s not just a place to shop, it’s an experience that celebrates the community’s dedicated to sustainability, local agriculture, and culinary excellent.