This Zip Line in Canada Is so Long You Can't See the End

But don't let that stop you!

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This Is the Longest Zip Line in Canada
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Fly through the trees at 87 mph for breathtaking views of Whistler, Canada on Ziptrek Ecotours incredible zip line.

Watch it in action in the video above!

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