Experience the Whistler Olympic Park
This winter season be sure to make your way to the Whistler Olympic Park. These fantastic facilities hosted the 2010 Winter Olympic games and now offer snowshoeing, cross country skiing, tobogganing and more!
With so many different activities offered, you might have to make a few trips or even purchase a seasons pass. Welcome to all ages, stop by for a day of fun outdoors and a nice warm meal by Whistler Cooks.
Cross Country Skiing
Time to strap on some skis and hit the trails. The Whistler Olympic Park hosts access to close to 90 kilometres of a variety of trails. From green/easy, blue/intermediate and black/advanced, everyone can enjoy whether you are an enthusiastic skier or a first timer. Wander through the old growth forests and rolling mountain ranges. No equipment? Not to worry! Check out the rental equipment pricing.
Are you looking for something a little more low-impact? Try snowshoeing! Truly great for everyone, from kids to seniors. Snowshoeing will have you walking on top of those heaps of snow. Get outside and explore the 40 kilometres of well-marked trails. Check out the stunning views of that the Callaghan has to offer. You can even bring the dog!
Bring your own sled or borrow one from the helpful team to enjoy impressive runs on crazy carpets, saucers, or toboggans. Take trips down the sledding hill from some giggles and adrenaline. Rentals and access to the hill are free with admission to the Olympic Park. Be sure to warm up with a hot chocolate from the Day Lodge afterwards.
The Day Lodge
Hungry after all the fun? Whistler Cooks has you covered. The menu includes local favourites and warm treats you can enjoy by the bonfire after a long day of snowy adventures. Gluten-free and vegan options available.
Need Help Getting There?
Book a spot on the shuttle bus operating six days a week. Wednesday to Monday from December 15, 2018, to March 31 2019