Summer 2021 Opening

Malahat SkyWalk is scheduled to open in the Summer of 2021. Please follow us on Instagram, sign up for our newsletter or keep checking the website for updates. We look forward to welcoming you this summer.

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The Ultimate Natural High

Welcome to nature at its most majestic. The views from the lookout—250m above sea level—are spectacular. However, this adventure is for all the senses. Enjoy the scents, sounds, and textures of the coastal forest, and then picnic on local fare by the pond.

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Malahat Skywalk Features

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Pine Cone

Native to western North-America. Look out for these giants throughout the Skywalk Experience.

Pure Nature

BREATHE IN THE BEAUTY

Immerse yourself in pristine nature: a steep, forested mountain, high above the Salish Sea. Previously, only agile explorers could enjoy such experiences of the wild. Now, our Elevated Walkway and SkyWalk make this environment easily accessible, even for strollers and wheelchairs. 

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Seaview Lookout

SEE AS BIRDS DO

Ascend the spiral ramp to peak adventure. At 250m above sea level, a cantilevered 360°viewing platform presents sweeping views of Mt. Baker, Finlayson Arm, the Saanich Peninsula, and islands in two countries. Stare, pivot, and stare at something new.

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Canopy Walk

WALK LIKE GIANTS

The Elevated Walkway gently inclines until you’re 20m above ground, where it meanders through the treetop canopy. Children walk with the stature of giants, level with the treetops, where birds and squirrels make their homes. Stop at interpretive viewpoints and learn about the ecosystem along the way.

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Arbutus Grove

SMELL THE ARBUTUS TREES

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.