5+
Age
Jun-Oct
Season

Combo Package; zip through the forest tops at high speeds then conquer the mountain top on an afternoon ATV tour up to 8,000 feet.

Included: Zipline Tour (10:00am – 11:30am)

Experience a hands on, interpretive zipline tour that will send you soaring through the Dry Gulch Valley in British Columbia over a total of seven ziplines. You’ll zig-zag through the mountain tops with views of the Columbia Valley Wetlands and the Purcell Mountain Range, and finish the day on a double zip where you can race a friend to the end.

Included: Paradise Mine ATV Tour (2:00pm – 5:00pm)

Climb aboard your modern ATV and visit the remnants of an early 1900’s Silver Mining Town located on top of the mountain at 8,000 feet. With a 4,000 foot ascent from base to the destination on abandoned mining trails, this tour offers incredible views, old growth trees, mountain top cabin, possible 4×4 action in the snow, and single track trail through the alpine, plenty of wildlife, a 100 foot waterfall, spectacular alpine bowl, wildflowers, and alpine birds.

Tours in this package must be taken on the same day.

The best parts of the Zipline Tour for most people include the following:

1

1.5 hour zipline tour

Experience a hands on, interpretive zipline tour that will send you soaring through the Dry Gulch Valley on seven ziplines.
2

Mountain views

Get your cameras ready! One of the platforms showcases a view of the Columbia Valley Wetlands and the Purcell Mountain Range.
3

Finish on a double zip

The last line is a double zip; this means you can race a friend to the finish. It is the longest and fastest line, by far!

The best parts of the Paradise Mine ATV Tour for most people include the following:

1

Choice of driver or passenger, ATV or side-by-side UTV

Take control of your own machine, or ride as a passenger in the modern two-person ATVs with an option to upgrade to a two or four-person side-by-side UTV (utility tank vehicle).
2

Paradise Mountain

Ride all the way up to 8,000 feet where you will view the vast expanse of the Canadian Rockies spread before you.
3

Mountain top snack

Enjoy a hot drink and snack in the backcountry at the cozy comfortable alpine cabin while you watch the ravens soar on the breeze.
The zipline tour is approximately a 1.5 hour tour, which starts at 10am.
The zipline tour includes a 1.5 hour tour along seven ziplines with two professionally trained guides, use of all necessary equipment and a training session with the guides to learn how to use the equipment.
The zipline tour is located on Highway 93/95 South in Radium Hot Springs in British Columbia, approximately 2 hours south-west of Banff. Detailed driving directions will be provided in your booking confirmation.

Transport is not Banff and Canmore this year due to the pandemic.

There will typically be two guides and a maximum of 8 participants on each tour.
Please dress for the weather, we recommend dressing comfortably for variable outdoor weather (such as pants or longer shorts) and to bring a hat, sunscreen, and a light cover-up. Rain coats are not provided. Well fitting closed-toe shoes such as hiking shoes or boots are required, footwear such as flip-flops, flats and high heels are not permitted. It is not recommended to have any loose items in your pockets. If you wish to keep your wallet, car keys, cell phone, etc, ensure that you have them in a zipped-up pocket. Guests are welcome to bring cameras and/or cell phones, as long as it has a strap as any items dropped from the zipline (cameras, phones, wallets, etc) may not be able to be retrieved.
No zipline experience is required, however all guests must be capable of moderate to advanced physical activity, carry a trolley, grip handlebars, and be able to walk over uneven, muddy terrain, as well as ascend and descend steeply-inclined terrain and/or short climbs. Guests must not have neck, back, shoulder, knee, ankle injuries, heart conditions, or recent surgeries, and pregnant women are not allowed to participate in the zipline tour. Guests must also be physically and mentally capable of following instructions given by staff.
The half day tour starts at 2pm, and returns approximately two and a half to three hours later. Please arrive at the operations base 30 minutes prior to your tour departure.
Your tour includes a professional ATV guide, late-model ATV, snack, safety orientation, optional Banff and Canmore hotel pickup, and a helmet, goggles, light gloves, rubber boots and a rain jacket and pants.

ATV damage insurance (which covers up to $500 for incidentals towards any accidental damages to your ATV while you’re on tour) can be purchased during your booking or on the day of your tour for an additional $25 per machine.

Insurance is not included in the tour price, but you can purchase an optional insurance package for $25 per machine, which provides $500 coverage for minor, accidental damages. Please note that a credit card imprint is required for all tours and will be taken upon arrival.
The operations base is located at Panorama Mountain Village, near Invermere in British Columbia, approximately 2 hours south-west of Banff. Detailed driving directions will be provided in your booking confirmation.

Transport is not Banff and Canmore this year due to the pandemic.

The regular ATVs fit two people – one driver and one passenger that sits behind the driver.

Two and four-person Side-by-Side UTVs (Utility Task Vehicles) are available as an upgrade option on this tour. Many guests want to experience the thrill of riding on an ATV, however just as many of our guests would prefer to ride in a UTV and to have a steering wheel rather than handlebars.  UTVs  have a side-by-side seating arrangement, seat belts and roll-over protection. The UTVs also have a steering-wheel with foot operated gas and brake pedals. These features make operation of the vehicle easy and very similar to driving a car. They offer a very comfortable smooth ride with plenty of room to stow backpacks and extra gear. The roof provides shelter from sun or light rain showers.  It is also easier to talk with each other between stops when seated side-by-side. This upgrade option is available during the online booking process.

Please wear layered backcountry clothing including long sleeves, a jacket, pants, sturdy footwear (hiking boot or runners – rubber boots are provided but your own hiking or walking shoes may be more comfortable), sunglasses, sunscreen, a baseball cap and any personal medications (if required). You can also bring a light backpack with you. A helmet, goggles, light gloves, rubber boots and a rain jacket and pants will be provided.

You must also bring a credit card to use for an imprint for damages whether insurance is purchased or not, and don’t forget your camera!

The ATVs can accommodate small backpacks and camera bags, and straps and bungees can be provided to secure your bag to the carrier. Alternatively you can wear a backpack while riding provided you do not bring a passenger.

During the tour you’ll make many stops to take in the view and you are welcome to bring your camera or cellphone and use it to record your ATV trip. If you are a driver, please do not attempt to drive your ATV and use your camera at the same time. Your guide will be more than happy to take group or family photos so please don’t hesitate to ask.

This tour is suitable for all members of the family. No prior experience operating an ATV is needed, in fact most of the guests are first-timers. Everything that you need is supplied (except a camera and a sense of adventure). Please note that the minimum age for passengers is 5 years, and the minimum age for drivers is 16 years of age.
There is a 48 hour cancellation policy, which allows you to change/cancel or refund your booking up to 48 hours outside your booked tour (up to 7 days for group bookings).
Tips are not expected, but are certainly appreciated. If you think your guide did a wonderful job and would like to indicate that with a tip, it will be graciously accepted.
  • Minimum age for an ATV driver: 16 years.
  • Minimum age for an ATV passenger: 5 years.
  • Minimum weight for an ATV driver: 100lbs.
  • Minimum weight for Zipline: 65lbs.
  • Minimum height for Zipline: 48 inches/4ft.
  • Maximum weight for Zipline: 250lbs.
  • All guests must be capable of moderate to advanced physical activity.
  • A damage security credit card imprint is required for all tours and will be taken upon arrival.
  • A standard release of liability is required for all participants. A parent or guardian must complete a liability release for persons under 19 years of age.
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