Kuranda Budget: Skyrail, Rainforestation, Train & Coach

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Travel to the funky rainforest village of Kuranda on the magical Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and soar across the rainforest canopy. Explore Kuranda Village and all it has to offer. Enjoy a smorgasbord of Australian activities at Rainforestation Nature Park. Explore the rainforest on an amphibious World War II Army Duck on land and in water. Watch an Indigenous dance show, boomerang and spear-throwing presentation with the Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience. You’ll even learn how to throw a boomerang! Get up close to a range of iconic Aussie animals in the Koala & Wildlife Park including Dingoes, Koalas, Tasmanian Devils, Kangaroo and the Endangered Cassowary. Return to Cairns on the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway.


Whistler Treetop Adventure Course 'Beginner'

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This entry-level experience is a 1.5 hour tour, allowing you to get a taste of adventure that makes success very attainable.

Ease your way into to the world of obstacle courses with an introductory level experience that takes you through the green and blue sections, giving you the perfect initiation to balancing on wobbly log bridges and negotiating creative physical challenges.

Your guide will be there for support from the forest floor below any time you need a helpful tip or words of encouragement, as you maneuver through an assortment of high ropes elements. This adult sized forest playground will have you smiling for days.

Duration: 1.5 hours

What to bring:

  • Closed-Toe Shoes
  • Comfortable, Athletic Clothing
  • Elastic or bobby-pins to tie back long hair
  • Insect Repellant
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Fingerless Athletic Gloves Suggested

Aerial Obstacle Course tours take place rain or shine.

Participants must be a minimum of 7 years old AND able to reach 180cm / 5’ 11” with their heels on the ground and hand straight up in the air. Youth aged 7-15 must have adult supervision at all times, either from the trees or the ground.


Whistler Treetop Adventure Course 'Kids'

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Designed just for kids ages 7 to 13 years, this is an early exploration into tree-play through the yellow section, with fun games designed for those younger adventurers like a climbing wall, fisherman’s net and suspension bridge. If you want to find the highest concentration of smiles in Whistler, look no further.

  • 2.5 hours (round trip)

What to bring:

  • Closed-Toe Shoes
  • Comfortable, Athletic Clothing
  • Elastic or bobby-pins to tie back long hair
  • Insect Repellant
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Fingerless Athletic Gloves Suggested

 

Aerial Obstacle Course tours take place rain or shine.
There is an introductory yellow course. Kids can even do it twice if they wish!

Course is designed for kids aged 7-13 AND must be able to reach 140cm / 4’7” with their heels on the ground and hand straight up in the air. We have a measuring board in our offices to check the height!

Kids must be supervised from the ground by an adult at all times (Ratio of 1 Adult to 10 Kids)

The Aerial Obstacle Courses are located on Cougar Mountain, just 10 minutes north of Whistler Village.


Whistler Treetop Adventure Course 'Advanced'

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Challenge yourself with the Advanced Aerial Obstacle Course on the black, double black and red sections of the course only, allowing you to discover your limits without the easy and time-consuming stuff as a warm-up.

This high-level tour is a 2 hour experience, where you can really push yourself through the hardest parts of the course.

Your guide will be there cheering you on from below as you navigate a variety of features, from balance beams to rope swings and cargo nets that reach heights of up to 60 feet above the forest floor. Rise to the challenge and experience the canopy from an elevated perspective.

Requirements:

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Must be minimum 7 years old & able to reach 5’11” (180cm) with heels on the ground. Must be able to fit into a 43″ (110cm) waist climbing harness.
  • 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.

Check in:

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.

What to bring:

  • Closed-Toe Shoes
  • Comfortable, Athletic Clothing
  • Elastic or bobby-pins to tie back long hair
  • Insect Repellant
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Fingerless Athletic Gloves Suggested