Your group can take in the natural surroundings on one of Whistler’s four world class golf courses, canoe, kayak or stand up paddle board on one of Whistler’s beautiful glacier lakes. Or cross country bike on over 480km of single track trails or cruise 40km of Whistler’s paved Valley Trail.
North America’s largest ski area is also at your delegates door steps, combined Whistler and Blackcomb have 8,171 acres of skiable terrain for groups staying in the winter. During the summer Whistler Blackcomb provide groups with a variety of activities, including downhill mountain biking, hiking on over 50km of trails and sightseeing on the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola.
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With over 8,100 acres of snow-covered slopes, 16 alpine bowls, 3 glaciers, world-class terrain parks and half pipes, 200+ marked trails and a one
mile vertical rise, Whistler Blackcomb is the ultimate in big mountain experiences. Consistently ranked as No. 1, Whistler continues to top mountain
resort rankings year after year.
Whether your group wants to explore the area's backcountry, ride a twisty trail up Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain, or rip along old
logging roads — these tours are the perfect way to see a different side of Whistler. It's a great activity for groups both large and small.
The Audain Art Museum, features an outstanding permanent boutique collection of historical and contemporary Northwest Coast art, complimented with changing world-class temporary exhibitions. Its reception hall and galleries provide the perfect location for gatherings of all sizes.
Some of Whistler's hidden gems are the beautiful beaches dotted around crystal-clear mountain lakes. No tides, strong currents or sharp rocks here,
just fresh, clean water waiting for your group to jump in. All parks and beaches are connected by Whistler's Valley Trail and all have BBQs on site.
Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains provide food and shelter to some 50 black bears. Groups can explore this beautiful habitat in a 4X4 vehicle
while on a fascinating and one-of-a-kind Bear Viewing Tour with noted black bear researchers. The guide will take the group to visit active bear
dens, daybeds and feeding sites.
You group can experience the exhilaration of leaping from the edge of a bridge situated high above a rushing river. Whistler Bungee,
located just 15 minutes from Whistler Village, is British Columbia's highest year-round bungee jumping venue, featuring a 53-metre
(160-foot) drop over the glacial-fed Cheakamus River.
From gentle paddles along a calm and meandering river, to extended excursions of discovery through Whistler's waterways, canoe,
kayak & SUP tours and rentals offer a unique way to experience the resort's natural beauty. Groups will drink in magnificent
mountain views and keep must their eyes peeled for some of Whistler's abundant wildlife.
Groups can explore over 129 km of cross-country paradise and see Whistler from an entirely different perspective. Glide along track-set
trails at their own pace or skate smoothly past snow-laden trees in the wilderness, all the while taking in the pine-fresh air and sparkling
white peaks that surround them.
A truly Canadian adventure, dog sledding originated approximately 4,000 years ago. These Arctic dogs have been bred over centuries
to withstand cold temperatures and endure pulling sleds over distances of up to 130 kilometres (80 miles) a day. They may reach
speeds of up to 32 km/h (20 mph).
Peak eagle viewing time is between late November and March. Groups can see magnificent bald eagles in their natural habitat in Brackendale,
about 35minutes south of Whistler. They can take a float tour along the river to see large numbers of bald eagles flying, perching and
feeding on salmon.
Groups must work as a team to escape from different scenarios by solving puzzles and riddles. There are four different themed rooms
to choose from. This is an excellent group indoor and evening entertainment with options for teambuilding events and parties.
Whether you're attendees are beginners or seasoned pros, Whistler offers amazing, year-round fishing experiences.
Groups will travel with knowledgeable guides to local rivers, remote alpine lakes or hidden fishing holes to fly-fish,
ice fish or spin cast for Rainbow trout, Dolly Varden char or salmon.
Aerial sightseeing is one of Whistler's most spectacular and memorable experiences and unique to British Columbia's coast.
Choose from one of many floatplane tours that include spectacular views of the majestic glaciers and unique volcanic formations
or enjoy a picnic lunch on a remote alpine lake where the air is fresh and water is clear.
Groups can sharpen their skills at this indoor axe throwing facility. It is a great indoor activity for group team building events.
At the foot of the massive Mount Currie, Big Sky is an outstanding 18-hole golf experience with tri-valley mountain views.
The Robert Cupp-designed course features an exquisitely manicured set of links that makes tricky use of ponds and natural
vegetation to provide a memorable round of golf.
Whistler is a golfing mecca with three professionally designed championship courses. Experience Jack Nicklaus’ signature
design at Nicklaus North Golf Course, Arnold Palmer’s
first ever Canadian design at the Whistler Golf Club,
or Robert Trent Jones Jr.’s pre-eminent mountain design at the
Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club.
Leave the Whistler valley behind and fly deep into the Coastal Mountains, one of the most glaciated regions in the world.
Your group can hop on one of Whistler's scenic helicopter tours, taking them to timeless places rarely seen, flying over
knife-sharp peaks, ancient glaciers, hidden lakes and valleys and stunning ice formations.
The Whistler area is bursting with trails, hikes, climbs and secret pathways that can take groups into a pristine natural wonderland.
Some routes are minutes from Whistler Village, while others take you up to the peaks of snow-capped mountains.
Your group will explore the Whistler area cowboy-style while sitting high in the saddle on a memorable horseback riding tour. From short
and gentle meanders along forested trails, to more extensive rides through grassy meadows and up mountain paths, you're attendees can find
the horseback tour that's just right for their riding abilities.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler has transformed Whistler Olympic Plaza’s Great Lawn and Pavilion into skating rinks for the
winter season. In the heart of Whistler Village, these outdoor rinks offer tremendous views of the surrounding mountains and guests
can spin around to music under the giant disco ball!
Groups can discover Whistler's beautiful backcountry while riding in a fun and rugged 4x4 Jeep. These thrilling tours let your group
experience what all-terrain truly means. From climbing up a mountain side to view glaciers, wilderness excursions and sunset BBQs on Blackcomb
Mountain, there is a Jeep tour for everyone.
If it's whitewater your group is after, the Green River Thriller will get their heart pounding. This exciting tour will take them through
one of BC's Provincial Parks, to the base of Nairn Falls. They will enjoy the natural state of old growth forests and wildlife as the jet
boat pilot and guide speeds through the river canyon.
If hiking, biking or exploring doesn't tire the young ones out, head to the Kids Adventure Zone. Located right at the base of Blackcomb
Mountain, they can try a few of the activities, stop for lunch on a sunny patio, and try a few more. Prepare for some exhausted youngings
at the end of the day!
Traveling from tree-to-tree, guests navigate a variety of elements including suspended bridges, swinging logs, Tarzan swings, zip-lines
and tightropes. The courses are colour coded and increase in height and level of difficulty. Exit points along the way allow adventurers to
take it to their personal limit.
If you're group is keen to ride and are looking for the perfect cross-country terrain, Whistler delivers exactly that. With a mind-boggling
selection of rides, from rugged forest trails and singletrack to smooth logging roads, gravel paths, options are available for every level of rider.
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park has something for every level of rider including gentle, banked cruisers through the forest; tight
and twisty singletrack in the alpine; steep rock faces; gnarly, root strewn lines and drop offs of all descriptions. Groups can sign
up for a camp, lesson or tour and get even more out of their time in the park.
The museum is a great place for your delegates to spend an hour or two browsing Whistler's unique history and artifacts. Add cultural cachet
to your next gathering by hosting at the Whistler Museum. Perfect for medium-sized presentations and receptions, a night at the museum can add
a unique and enriching dimension to your groups Whistler visit.
Located in the Callaghan Valley, Whistler Olympic Park is the first Olympic Nordic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums
in one site: cross-country, ski jumping and biathlon. Attendees enjoy cross country skiing, dog friendly trails, night skiing, snowshoeing,
tobogganing, biathlon, ski play zone, backcountry access, rentals, lessons and tours.
The world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola is an engineering marvel that links Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains together at their
peaks. Boasting the longest unsupported lift span in the world (3.024 kilometres or 1.88 miles), it is also the highest lift of
its kind with an elevation of 436 metres/1,427 feet.
When the snow melts, the rivers in Whistler run white and fast. Catch all the thrills of white water rafting, as guides navigate your group
safely through the rapids of the Green, Lower Cheakamus, Elaho and Squamish rivers. Whether they want to hold on tight and enjoy the ride or
grab a paddle and dig in, there's a white water rafting trip to suit everyone.
Whistler boasts plenty of riding for road enthusiasts. Riders can base themselves in Whistler and explore the area over several days
- a suggested route is up the Callaghan Valley to the site of the Olympic ski Jumping and Nordic events.
Whistler offers hundreds of great climbs within a few minutes of the resort and for all levels of experience. There is also a 5,500
square-foot indoor rock climbing wall with everything from easy, beginner-friendly routes to crack climbing, steep overhangs and sticky
slabs. Belay lessons and climbing courses are also available.
Whistler has a variety of trails for all types of runners, from the paved valley trail, single track through the forests to high elevation trails.
When dreaming about sleeping under the stars in the great outdoors, most people picture an idyllic site complete with crackling
camp fire and pine-fresh air. Whistler offers precisely this, giving guests the choice of rustic forest service sites, remote
wilderness camping at scenic campgrounds or full service RV parks with tent sites.
Whistler is a shopper’s paradise. Delegates can spend days browsing the village for fine artwork and fashion, jewellery, the latest
outdoor sports wear and equipment and/or luxury items.
Groups will hear the jingle of the sleigh bells as you groups glides over the snow guided by gentle, giant Percheron horses while sipping
hot chocolate and keeping cozy and warm under blankets. Dinner packages are also available and include a gourmet fondue dinner after a
beautiful ride through wooded trails.
The Sliding Centre is the site of the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
The Skeleton and Bobsleigh Sport Experience Program offers public sliding. During the summer months, groups can experience the
‘Rolling Thunder’ Bobsleigh on Wheels.
If your groups dreams of bottomless powder, wide open terrain and zero lift lines, then heli-skiing or heli-snowboarding is made for
them. Featuring ultimate vertical, sky high views, a thrilling helicopter ride and the most adventure able to be packed into a day,
a heli-skiing or boarding tour will be the highlight of their trip.
Snowmobiling is a treasured Canadian activity that’s fun for groups of all ages and abilities. Guides will take you through
the backcountry, along hidden trails and into beautiful winter landscapes. Choose from early morning fresh tracks
tours or daytime and evening dinner excursions complete with a gourmet meal served in a private, backcountry yurt.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the great outdoors while exploring snowy Whistler by snowshoe. Embark on a self-guided tour around the
stunning shores of Green Lake or check out Lost Lake Park and the Callaghan Valley. Guided nature tours range from beginner to more
advanced and many offer a snack or meal as part of the experience.
Whistler’s spas are a heavenly mix of immaculate service, professional care and luxurious surroundings. Attendees can relax and let
certified specialists primp, pamper and help them look and feel their best. Hot oils, rejuvenating mud packs and a variety of soothing
massages will ease away the well-earned aches of a day spent on the slopes.
The Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre offers an interactive cultural journey through Whistler's Aboriginal art, history, music and dance.
Guests will meet Squamish and Lil'wat ambassadors, take a guided or self-guided tour through the museum, exhibits or contemporary galleries,
and learn about First Nations crafts using Salish wool and cedar weaving.
Groups can discover four of Whistler's best restaurants in one enjoyable evening. It's an unforgettable multi-course dinner experience
featuring unique culinary creations at each venue with optional BC wine pairings. All along, the guide will enhance theexperience with
their local knowledge and enthusiasm for the wonderful dining scene in Whistler.
Whistler Racquet Club is located just north of Marketplace on Northlands Boulevard and offers three indoor tennis courts, one centre
court and seven outdoor courts. Lessons, camps and one-on-one coaching are available. Racquet rentals, a pro shop, an exercise room and
a seasonal pool and hot tub are all on-site.
The Coca-Cola®/™ Tube Park offers great fun for the young and the young at heart. There's no skill or equipment
required — just a sense of adventure and a desire for excitement. The Whistler Tube Park features 1,000 feet of sliding fun,
featuring green, blue and black lanes, a magic carpet to get back to the top, a fire pit, play area and snack station.
Groups can get out and see the mountains from a Side x Side on an exhilarating all-terrain tour. They can access the backcountry,
ride up Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain, or rip along old logging roads. A thrilling adventure for all ability levels and no experience is necessary.
Located at The Adventure Group’s Cougar Mountain base, approximately 10 minutes north of Whistler. Vallea Lumina is a multimedia night walk
in pursuit of hidden wonders. Groups will have their senses ignited with an immersive light show set in the forested surroundings of the trail.
The Valley Trail is a car-free, paved trail and boardwalk network connecting Whistler’s neighbourhoods, lakes, parks and viewpoints.
Groups can explore more than 40 km of paved trail by walking, running, cycling, skating or rollerblading.
An exhilarating tour combining glacier hiking with mountain climbing. Groups negotiate their way across Whistler glacier using crampons
and an ice axe to the base of the Via Ferrata route. 'Via Ferrata is Italian for Iron Way and is an engineered vertical pathway with
permanently fixed cables for protection and metal ladder rungs to ease your movement over the rock.
Your group can take the ride of a lifetime with an exciting glide over spectacular creeks and through majestic old-growth forest.
Ziplining combines the thrill of flying with the security of being safely tucked into a harness. Guests simply clip onto the zipline
cable and zoom from platform to platform high above the valley below.