If you are travelling through Vancouver Island, Malahat SkyWalk is a must see as the newest outdoor experience providing the ultimate natural high located just 35 minutes north of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Opened in July 2021, it is accessible by all ages and a wide range of abilities - stroller - and wheelchair-friendly. Visitors will immerse in nature as they embark on a 600 metre-long elevated walkway through an Arbutus and Douglas Fir forest, leading to a 10-storey, architecturally-inspiring spiral tower lookout – the first of its kind in B.C. Rising 250 metres above sea level, guests will enjoy 360-degree views of islands, inlets, fjords, forests, and mountains in two countries.
Indigenous art by local Salish artist John Marsten and amazing driftwood sculptures by Tanya Bubb are dotted around the attraction along with education panels throughout. These added elements provide not only unexpected WOW factors but the opportunity to create a deeper connection to nature learning about the trees, birds, animals, and marine life of this coastal region unique to B.C.
An adventure net suspended partially across the centre of the Spiral Tower providing daring guests with another breathtaking perspective on the spiralling structure below before returning to ground level with an option to take an exhilarating ride down a 20 metre (65 ft) spiral slide. Malahat SkyWalk is located on the traditional territory of the Malahat Nation and their Indigenous stories are also embedded throughout the experience.
Malahat Skywalk welcomes visitors seven days a week, 365 days a year, even Christmas! Hours are seasonal; check the website for current hours of operation. The recommended length of time to visit Malahat SkyWalk is 1.5 hours.
Tickets can be purchased online in advance and are non refundable but valid for 365 days from date of purchase. Complimentary parking, including designated additional spaces for RVs/motorhomes. However, overnight parking is not permitted.
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