Malahat Skywalk Offers a New Outdoor Experience for Families

Located on the traditional territory of the Malahat Nation, the new Malahat Skywalk on Vancouver Island (just 35 minutes by car from Victoria) offers sweeping views of the West Coast wilderness, from a perspective never before offered in BC. Standing 250m above sea level, the views from the lookout are reason enough to visit the new attraction, but the views at the top are only just the beginning. The TreeWalk and Spiral Tower make the views easily accessible, and the journey to the top is attainable by kids of all ages.

Malahat Skywalk

A stroll across the Adventure Net will give you a bird’s eye view of the tower from above and the Arbutus and Douglas Fir trees that stand on the ground below. Don’t feel like walking back down? The 20m-long Spiral Slide is sure to give you a rush as you whoosh back down to the base of the platform. Complete your visit with a snack at the on-site cafe, and pick up a keepsake from the gift shop before heading home.

Learn more about the Malahat Skywalk here: malahatskywalk.com

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