Video: Ziplining Through the Canadian Mountains

A couple of weeks ago, I went on an amazing ziplining adventure in Whistler. If you’d like to see the photos I captured on the day and find out how you can join a zipline tour, check out my post here.

I was offered two spots on the tour by Tinggly, a company that offers unique experiences. I’m a Tinggly ambassador, and love their concept!

I made a video of the day to show you what it was like, and how much fun it was! This is my first video for my blog, and I really enjoyed the process, so I’ll be making more in the future.

The video was filmed with my new GoPro hero4, a present from my boyfriend, and I’m properly addicted. If you have any tips on GoPro filming, let me know in the comments!

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Hi! I'm a Belgian travel blogger currently living in Vancouver, Canada after living in the UK for 7 years. I have a keen interest in responsible travel, volunteering and archaeology and I'm always on the lookout for new adventures around the world!

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6 thoughts on “Video: Ziplining Through the Canadian Mountains”

  1. Looks great!! I am about to go up to Banff and heard they have a zipline too… did you use a GoPro or what camera was that? which editing program do you use?? Happy travels! 😀

    1. Thank you! I was going to use Premiere Pro, but ended up experimenting with iPad apps.
      For stabilisation I used Emulsio, for editing, I used Replay, and for the titles, I used Gravie.
      I used a GoPro for 95% of the footage, the rest was filmed with an iPhone. I still need to get used to filming with a GoPro, and need to buy some proper mounts!

      Keep me updated about your adventures in Banff! I’m hoping to go there next year.

  2. Looks like soo much fun.. Wish to be there. I guess Canada is now on my wishlist.I always enjoy your posts.. Keep up the excellent work dear…

    1. Thank you Nimi, I’m glad you enjoy reading my posts and the bog inspires you to travel! I had never been to Canada before moving here in August. The country has exceeded my expectations, and I’ve only explored around Vancouver!

  3. Create to Enchant

    I live in Canada, and travel a lot (4 months in a year) all over the world but I have never been to Whistler. Your post is making we want to go now. 🙂

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