List of Activities
ATV / Hummer / Jeep Tours
Let experienced guides take you on a journey into the back country of Blackcomb, Cougar or Rainbow Mountain by ATV or savour amazing views by Jeep or Hummer.
Blackcomb Base Adventure Zone
Treat the entire family to a selection of fun-filled activities at this one-stop adventure hub.
Whether you enjoy downhill, cross-country, road or cruiser biking, be thrilled by unsurpassed biking trails tailored to whet your appetite for excitement.
Climbing and Mountaineering
Embark on a spectacular discovery of Whistler Resort’s back country with professional guides.
Home to four award-winning designer courses, enjoy unparalleled golfing experiences for enthusiasts.
Spend a day or night surrounded by the beauty of the valley and surrounding mountains.
Bear Viewing / Ecology Tour
Observe Whistler’s resident bears as they go about their daily lives in this guided tour.
Ride through the lush valleys and alpine meadows of Pemberton, Whistler and the Callaghan Valley.
Peak 2 Peak Alpine Experience
Take in panoramic views of Whistler Blackcomb’s alpine landscape from this renowned Peak 2 Peak gondola that spans 4.4km.
Rafting / Canoeing / Kayaking
Whether you prefer leisurely canoe trips or white water rafting, Whistler’s selection of rivers promises an exciting experience for all.
Summer Skiing and Snowboarding
Enjoy summer skiing and snowboarding trips on the Horstman Glacier.
Soak in Whistler’s five crystal-clear lakes, or relax in salt water pools and whirlpools with stunning mountains as your backdrop.
Indulge your appetite for skiing with an appealing selection of Nordic trails set against spectacular landscapes.
Heli or Cat-Skiing / Snowboarding
Elevate your thrills with exhilarating custom options for intermediate to advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Scale the heights of frozen waterfalls for a truly unforgettable experience.
Enjoy a relaxing skating session or an electrifying ice hockey game at this holiday destination, indoor at Meadow Park Sports Centre or outdoor at Whistler Olympic Plaza.
Ski / Snowboard Lessons
Try your hand at skiing or snowboarding as our trained professionals show you the ropes in your choice of lessons.
Be the first to hit the slopes by catching the Whistler Village gondola up to the Roundhouse Lodge at 7.30am for an exciting start to your day.
Horse-drawn Sleigh Rides
Be delighted by a horse-drawn sleigh ride through a winter wonderland.
This enjoyable recreational activity promises a memorable experience for the entire family.
With 1,000 feet of sliding fun, this activity is perfect for the young, and the young at heart at the Tube Park on Blackcomb Mountain.
Snowmobiling / Snowcat Tours
Embark on thrilling tours via snowmobile or relaxing rides on a 19-passenger snowcat as you marvel at the beauty of Whistler.
Feel the rush of adrenaline as you bungee jump between lush old growth forests and rugged basalt column cliffs.
Fishing / Ice-fishing
With hotspots for every experience level, our guided tours promise the thrill of the catch at all times of the year.
Relive a page in history as you pore through historic artifacts and photographs.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Take part in authentic cultural activities for the whole family in celebration of the Squamish and Lil’wat First Nation heritage.
Enjoy soaring views of Whistler while on a glacier tour, landing or heli-picnic.
Rejuvenate after a long hike or day skiing on Whistler Blackcomb's slopes. Retreat to this Nordic-inspired oasis of calm engulfed in a peaceful spruce and cedar forest on the edge of Lost Lake.
Indoor Rock Climbing
Scale new heights with the largest growing sport in North America at The Core’s 5,500 sq ft indoor climbing wall.
With Summer Adventure Camps and childcare available, let your children indulge in some fun while you enjoy quiet couple time.
Fly from ziplines suspended high above Fitzsimmons Creek between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains or Cougar Mountain.
Enjoy a game of tennis at the Whistler Racquet Club.
Audain Art Museum
Experience the art of British Columbia, from the traditional works of the province’s First Peoples through to its contemporary masters, in one of Canada’s most treasured wilderness destinations.