Nestled in an Arbutus forest at 820 feet above sea level, the Malahat Skywalk is a majestic lookout. At that height, you enjoy a bird’s-eye view. An accessible, 1,968-foot-long TreeWalk up a spiral ramp takes you 105 feet in the air and offers a panorama of the Saanich Peninsula, Mount Baker, the distant Coast Mountains and the Salish Sea.
If you want a thrill, you can walk onto the Adventure Net, a suspended net bridge where you can take the time to soak in the views or even lie down as you are suspended above the center of the tower. The fun doesn’t stop at the top either: You can take a 66-foot tall and 164-foot-long spiral slide down, taking in the views as you go.
The 1.4-mile long Malahat Skywalk is a fun, new attraction on Vancouver Island that is appropriate for all ages and levels of ability. At only 35 minutes from Victoria, a trip to the Malahat Skywalk makes for a perfect day outing.
For more information, visit malahatskywalk.com. Plan your visit to the Victoria region at tourismvictoria.com.