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Malahat SkyWalk Entry Ticket
Malahat SkyWalk Entry Ticket

One look at the Malahat SkyWalk’s sweeping views and visitors are instantly in awe. The striking 10-story spiral tower brings guests 250 m above sea level to take in 360-degree sightlines of islands, fjords, forests and mountains. Leading to the tower, the 600 m elevated walkway places guests among the soaring treetops of the west coast’s Arbutus and Douglas Firs. And thrillseekers can traverse the net at the top of the SkyWalk and fly down the “Insta-famous” spiral slide within the tower. Local hot and cold bevvies and snacks from the Café can be enjoyed in a number of picturesque seating spaces.

Located just 35 minutes from Victoria, this classic Island experience can be enjoyed by all ages and is wheelchair and stroller accessible.

What To Expect

Malahat Skywalk Immerse yourself in pristine nature: a steep, forested mountain, high above the Salish Sea. Ascend the spiral ramp to peak adventure. At 250 m above sea level, the tower offers some of the best views on Vancouver Island, including a sweeping panorama of Mt. Baker, Finlayson Arm, the Saanich Peninsula, and islands in two countries. Explore the West Coast from a whole new perspective and then choose your descent with a return walk down the ramp or take the fast route on our Spiral Slide.

The Arbutus, or Pacific madrone, appears wonderfully exotic with its smooth chartreuse wood covered by reddish, papery bark. It grows on rocky coastlines and, in spring, bears white flowers that smell like honey. In autumn, red berries help feed many of the local birds and wildlife. Coming down from the tower on the 20-metre spiral slide might be the only thing as awesome as the view from the top. Go ahead, take as many turns as you like – we’ll understand.

Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travellers can participate