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Published on : Friday, June 5, 2015
Following their recent announcement of the addition of a new zipline – the longest in Canada and the US – Ziptrek Ecotours has now revealed the name of the new attraction – The Sasquatch. Guests can catch the first sighting in mid-July when the brand new zipline is unveiled.
Whistler’s action-packed itinerary is set to grow to new heights with a surplus of new events, attractions and eateries.
It starts with The Sasquatch bridging the gap from Blackcomb Mountain to Whistler Mountain. At extreme elevation, the new line follows a similar path to the Guinness World Record-holding PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola. Much like the name suggests, The Sasquatch is set to be a mammoth experience, featuring spectacular 360 degree views, in an adrenaline packed ride of a lifetime. Read more on this exciting new Whistler activity HERE.
What if the journey and the destination became indistinguishable? The Adventure Group is offering guests a brand new way to see Whistler’s unforgettable natural destinations, with the RZR tour. Venture side-by-side as the destination and the journey become one and the same. For more information CLICK HERE.
Summer in Whistler includes events of every magnitude and variety. New for 2015, Whistler will host Outerbike (today until Sunday), the Lole White Tour (July 18), the Red Bull 400 (July 19) and Mudderella (September 26).
Outerbike kicks off today, with the world’s foremost manufacturers of gears and bikes in Whistler for a four day expo, teamed with daily guided rides (at the Whistler Mountain Bike Park and various other trails), demos and organized social gatherings. Outerbike brings enthusiasts the complete biking experience, with the ability to test out the latest bikes on Whistler’s diverse terrain. For all information CLICK HERE
The Lole White Tour is a collective of outdoor yoga events held across the globe, from Montreal, to Barcelona and Paris. The Lole White Tour arrives in Whistler this summer, with all the participants dressed in white as a symbol of peace and harmony. If you can roll out a yoga mat, you can join the experience at Whistler Olympic Plaza with yoga led by Rachel Scott. To register for the Lole White Tour CLICK HERE.
The Red Bull 400 makes its debut in Canada, transforming the ski jump (used at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games) in the Callaghan Valley into the steepest 400 metre vertical race in the world, testing participants’ fortitude and ability. Full-distance, coed relay (4x100m), as well as firefighter/police/EMS relay (4x100m) race options are available. Registration ranges in price from $25 – $40 per participant and closes July 17.