Six ziplines, six unique experiences. From the 90 foot warm-up line to the 2,400 foot Kokanee Creek Canyon crossing mega-ride, you zoom down an entire mile of gravity induced fun.
Season of Operation: April to October. Located 19 km (12 mi) east of Nelson on Highway 3A, then turn onto Kokanee Glacier Park Road and travel 2.2 km north. Watch for signage on left side.
You’ll be launching from a series of tree platforms and towers, with lines reaching 300 feet off the ground. Other than shrieks of laughter, the only sound you will hear is the rush of Kokanee Creek below you.
A tour takes approximately one to two hours from the time you get harnessed up to the time you are wondering back to the parking lot. Kokanee Mountain Zipline cater to a variety of groups: corporate, school and private functions. Group rates are offered.
Family-friendly adventure is what Kokanee Mountain Zipline is all about and their highly trained guides are there to make sure you are having a good time while nudging you to the edge of your comfort zone. Each tour is accompanied by two enthusiastic leaders whose sole aim is to provide a safe, enjoyable experience for everyone.
What to wear
One requirement is closed-toe footwear. Additionally, comfortable clothing is suggested and to dress for current weather conditions. All necessary safety gear is provided.
Age and weight restrictions
The zipline is meant for people between 50 pounds and 265 pounds. For those under 19 years old, a parent or legal guardian must sign a waiver. There is a moderate 500m (1,650 feet) hike, with up and down hill sections between two ziplines. Other than that, you just get to clip in and let gravity take care of the rest.
Bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis. To avoid disappointment, you should book at least one day in advance of your desired tour date. This is particularly important for larger groups during peak season.
Kokanee Glacier Park Road