Malahat SkyWalk offers the ultimate Island experience where explorers of all ages can enjoy breathtaking views and adventure, high among the trees and surrounded by the sea.
Malahat Skywalk Features
Shuttle from Victoria
The SkyWalk Shuttle provides direct transportation to Malahat SkyWalk from Downtown Victoria, making it a perfect half-day excursion. Whether you are a visitor eager to explore Victoria's stunning natural landscape or a local looking to experience your own backyard, this new shuttle service is sure to make your journey a breeze.
A VICTORIA MUST-DO
Experience Malahat SkyWalk
Stroll among giants along a 600 m elevated walkway through a west coast forest of Arbutus and Douglas Firs. Then ascend the striking 10-story spiral tower to take in the stunning 360-degree view of islands, fjords, forests and mountains.
perfect summer nights
Come out to Malahat SkyWalk every Saturday, starting July 1st, for live music, local brews and breathtaking views. It’s family-friendly so bring the whole crew to your new summertime happy place.
SKY HIGH, SEA SIDE, SOUL SMILES
TOWER TOP YOGA
Begin your day with fresh mountain air and breathtaking ocean views while you move through a gentle yoga practice at the top of the SkyWalk Tower this summer.
Free for annual passholders
Nature For All
With our low grade TreeWalk and Spiral Tower, Malahat SkyWalk makes it easy for everyone to connect with nature. Stroller and wheelchair friendly facilities are available throughout the experience.
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Malahat SkyWalk in the latest publications
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Breathe in the Benefits of Nature
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