Whistler offers so much more than the best skiing and riding in North America. With so many ways to enjoy the great outdoors on and off the mountain, the biggest problem guests often face is choosing which activity to try first.
We work with the best activity providers in Whistler and our concierge team have tried and tested all of the activities first hand to guide you in the selection process. Whether you plan to explore the mountains with a private ski instructor, snowmobile in the backcountry, or try out the winter zipline, our concierge team is on hand to offer advice and make any arrangements for you.
With the launch of the Peak 2 Peak Gondola in 2008, Whistler's multi award-winning mountain experience just got a whole lot bigger! The record-breaking gondola joins Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains in only 11 scenic minutes.
Cat-Skiing operates daily starting mid-December until the end of April. Just get in touch with one of our friendly agents and we'll check availability on the dates you want.
Whistler boasts some of the best heli-skiing and boarding in the world. Just imagine no lift lines and untracked powder amongst the spectacular scenery of the coastal mountains.
Experience one of the unique winter activities in Whistler and enjoy the thrill of a snowmobile ride through the pristine backcountry.
Relax with your family as you ride your dog sled along a mellow mix of open and winding trails for an unforgettable winter journey.
With access to almost 90km of trails groomed for both classic and skate skiing — 30km of which are dog friendly — there’s no shortage of cross-country exploration at Whistler Olympic Park.
A wonderful introduction to winter, snowshoeing is a refreshing, low-impact activity that harnesses the skill of walking – so everybody from toddler to senior can do it!
The thrill of riding a mountain bike with extra wide rims and large tires on snow, make this an enjoyable outing for those who want to experience something a little bit different.
Visit Whistler Olympic Park nestled in the Callaghan Valley and learn about the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The facility hosted the biathlon, cross-country skiing, Nordic combined, and ski jumping.
Ziplining is a year-round high-flying adventure. Whistler features five zipline adventures from which to choose, brought to you by Ziptrek and The Adventure Group.
The Whistler Sliding Centre now offers public bobsleigh and skeleton rides during the winter season as part of the sport experience program.
A horse-drawn sleigh ride is a true Canadian winter outdoor tour adventure anyone of any age group can enjoy.